Up until recently, getting conditions like gapped teeth, overbites, and underbites treated came with a host of problems, but that’s no longer true for residents of Mimico, Toronto thanks to Invisalign braces from doctor Dr. Pablo Kimos and Dr. Willy Dayan. These invisible braces are giving hope to thousands of patients who had previously put off getting braces on account of the several difficulties that they expected to encounter during the treatment period.
The biggest of these difficulties is the disruption to their social and professional lives. Whether it was a matter of worrying about ridicule or having the major distraction of lots of metal in their mouths during personal interactions, many of doctor Dr. Pablo Kimos and Dr. Willy Dayan patients had put off the long-term benefits of braces for fear of short-term consequences. Invisible braces have solved that problem. The series of trays used in Invisalign braces render them practically unnoticeable to those interact with those who are wearing them.
These clear trays also provide another important psychological advantage, and that is the ability to benefit from improvements to your smile as it improves rather than having to wait until your braces get removed. Unlike metal braces, you can fully enjoy the benefits of your improving smile the whole time you’re wearing Invisalign braces. This means that you have continual motivation rather than frustration.
Finally, Invisalign braces are removable. No, that doesn’t mean that you only have to wear them “sometimes” to experience the benefits of them. What it does mean, though, is that if you have a particular reason to want to take your invisible braces off, such as wanting to eat foods that you can’t eat while you’re wearing them, you can take them out, engage in the activity, be that a meal, a meeting, or something else, and put them back when it’s finished.
If you’d like to explore the option of invisible braces to improve your smile, call doctor Dr. Pablo Kimos and Dr. Willy Dayan to schedule an appointment near Mimico, Toronto.