So, you’ve gotten into an accident and now you’re missing a few teeth, or maybe age has caught up with you and some of your teeth just aren’t quite what they used to be. Luckily, you have some options when it comes to restoring your smile. Let’s take a brief look at a couple of procedures: implants and bridges.


Let’s start with implants.


What is an Implant?


A dental implant is an artificial tooth root made typically out of titanium that is inserted into the jawbone where the real tooth was previously located. Over a lengthy process of about six months, the artificial root fuses with the surrounding tissue to create a solid foundation for the temporary crown that is placed on top. After that, the gums continue to form and morph themselves around the structure, finalizing in a way that looks completely natural. Once this process is complete, a permanent crown will take the place of the temporary one.


What is a Bridge?


A dental bridge is exactly what it sounds like. Unlike implants which replace the whole tooth root, a bridge ‘bridges’ the space between teeth, connecting to the adjacent teeth. The surrounding teeth provide support for the new crown that is placed. In order to do that, however, the supporting teeth may have to be permanently altered and filed down to achieve optimum results.


Am I a Candidate?


Well, that depends. A consultation with your dentist will confirm which is best, but there are a number of factors standing in the way of your candidacy for each procedure.


For implants, the candidate must have fully matured, meaning that there will be no more developmental bone growth for them to go through. X-Rays and CT Scans will determine whether or not there is enough bone structure in order for an implant to be inserted. Bone density and quality are both major contributing factors to being accepted for this procedure. Patients who smoke will need to quit in order to be considered as smoking results in a higher rate of implant failure. Those who also suffer from cancer, periodontal disease, or diabetes may need to go through extra steps before they qualify as candidates.


In terms of candidacy, dental bridges are a little more lenient because of their less invasive nature. However, those who are missing multiple teeth will not be able to have this done as dental bridges rely on the surrounding teeth for support. Teeth which have chips, cracks, are in a state of decay, or are not stable will have to go through additional steps and treatments before a dental bridge can be considered.


Cost Considerations


Especially with elective cosmetic procedures which are not covered under insurance, the cost of treatments can greatly sway a patient’s opinion on which treatment to opt in for.


Implants are the more costly of the two, ranging in price from $900 to $3,000 per implant, while bridges are far less expensive, ranging from $700 to $1,500. These costs only cover the implant itself, and do not include any additional appointments that may be required either before or after the treatment itself. Your dentist will be able to provide you with a more clear and concise breakdown of costs during a consultation.


In the case of implants and bridges, it is important to consider the long-term benefits. Yes, bridges do cost less, are much less invasive, and the procedure is far shorter, but the main reason that patients choose implants is durability. Dental bridges, if cared for properly, can have a lifespan of 10 to 20 years before they need to be replaced, whereas implants will typically last well over 40 years. It is important to evaluate your unique circumstances and weigh your options carefully as replacing bridges throughout your lifetime could go well over the cost of an implant.


Speak with your dentist about your options, find out if they offer a payment plan, and ask questions for a complete and thorough evaluation.

It’s a fact of life that perfect teeth do not come to the majority of us naturally. In fact, there’s an estimated 75% chance that a child between the ages of 10-13 will need some sort of orthodontic intervention in their life. But braces are not just for children anymore. Adult braces are on the rise as well for those who never had the opportunity as a child, or for the small percentage who neglected to properly wear their post-braces retainer and their teeth shifted back to their previous state. No matter which category you fall under, there is help out there, and with the rise and advancement of technology, you now have a choice: traditional braces or Invisalign? By the end of this article, you will hopefully have a clear, informed decision on which to choose.


Let’s start with traditional braces. These are metal brackets that sit on the surface of the tooth and are connected by a wire, but have come a long way from being the famous “metal-mouth” braces of the past. The ones nowadays have smaller brackets which are less noticeable, and have the option of having an “archwire”–a wire that is heat activated by your body’s natural heat to make the process of moving your teeth not only faster, but less painful as well.


Pros of Traditional Metal Braces:

  • Less treatment time
  • Able to correct severe cases
  • For the kids and fun-loving adults: interchangeable, colourful elastic bands
  • No risk of losing them
  • Inexpensive
  • Suitable for all ages


Cons of Traditional Metal Braces:

  • Very noticeable for those concerned with this
  • Time consuming to clean around
  • Food restrictions: gum, popcorn, caramel candies, anything that is really sticky or hard is not recommended as they can damage the braces
  • Have the potential to irritate or cut the inside of your lips and cheeks


There is a non-metal version in the traditional brace family where they use ceramic instead of metal. Ceramic braces are identical to the metal ones in terms of shape and their function, but the brackets and wires are clear or tooth coloured for a more subtle appearance. However, they come with their own pros and cons.


Pros of Ceramic Braces:

  • Less noticeable
  • Lessen the potential to cut the inside of the lips and cheeks
  • Less treatment time (the same as traditional metal)
  • No risk of losing them


Cons of Ceramic Braces:

  • Unable to be used for very severe cases
  • More expensive than the metal variety
  • Difficult to maintain–high chance of staining so frequent brushing is a MUST
  • Not recommended for children or young teenagers


The third and final option in the traditional brace family are lingual braces, also known as incognito or hidden braces. While traditional braces are placed on the outside of the teeth, lingual braces are fitted behind the teeth for a completely hidden appearance. As with everything, they come with their own unique benefits and challenges.


Pros of Lingual Braces:

  • Completely unnoticeable
  • Suitable for all ages and most patients
  • Less treatment time (same as metal and ceramic)
  • No risk of losing them


Cons of Lingual Braces:

  • Tongue irritation from constant contact
  • Possible speech impediment (only lasts about 2-3 weeks)
  • Hygiene and cleanliness issues (it’s much harder to see trapped food)
  • Costly


Not a huge fan of having something metal constantly in your mouth and limiting your food choices? Luckily, there is a removable and cost-effective option called Invisalign. Becoming one of the most popular choices for tooth correction nowadays, Invisalign is more accessible than ever. To see if it is right for you, here are some of the pros and cons that come with this treatment:


Pros of Invisalign:

  • Completely unnoticeable
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Able to remove during meals
  • Affordable*
  • Easy to clean and maintain


Cons of Invisalign:

  • Expensive*
  • Inconvenient for busy adults/teens
  • 22 hour/day requirement
  • Tooth discomfort after each new set


*Affordability varies as the cost for Invisalign is on a case to case basis. The more severe a correction needs to be, the more costly they will be as it is not covered by dental insurance. However with Invisalign becoming more and more popular, Newbury Smiles has frequent promotions to make it more accessible to all clients. A quick consultation will help map out the exact costs and what to expect.


Hopefully this guide has given you a better insight into the world of tooth alignment correction. Please note that not all benefits and cons are listed here and you may have a different experience than others as what works for one person may not work for you. Your dentist will be able to determine which is best for you based on a number of factors, and can answer any questions you may have.


To set up a free consultation, please contact Dr. Sam Saddat and his team at +1 805-499-3691

No one is a stranger to mouth pain, especially to those who do not keep up with regular brushing and flossing and exit the dentist’s office with sore, puffy gums after a routine cleaning. But while that pain goes away within the hour, some pain is longer lasting and may be present as a dull ache for days after an in-depth procedure. This can disrupt one’s day and make even the simplest of tasks that much harder to do. Here are a few tips and tricks to reduce your dental pain:

  • Acetaminophen/Ibuprofen: These are the most common type of pain relievers, often a go-to for headaches and general body pains, which includes tooth pain as well. You can get them over-the-counter (OTC) at most grocery stores in the pharmacy section. Always read and follow the label to be sure these products are right for you as those under a certain age and those with certain health conditions are not able to take them. Patients that have undergone a wisdom tooth extraction or something similar in which bleeding was involved are advised to stay away from Asprin as a relief as it is a blood thinner and complicates the healing process.
  • Ora-Jel: For something more targeted and topical, trust Ora-jel to get the job done. Available in a wide variety of application methods, Ora-jel contains benzocaine for fast-acting temporary relief of toothaches. Again, read and follow the label for proper application and to ensure that this product is suitable for your needs.
  • General Avoidance: This one may seem like common sense, but it deserves to be mentioned. Avoid chewing on the side of your mouth where your procedure was performed to reduce the risk of pain. Steering clear of hot drinks such as coffee and tea, and laying off the ice cream for the first little while after your dental treatment is beneficial as well. Stick to room temperature, softer foods such a soft cheeses, yogurt, and jello, and you shouldn’t experience any discomfort.
  • Saltwater Rinse: After 24 hours has passed following your dental procedure, you may start saltwater rinses. Mixing 1 tablespoon with a glass of water (about 8oz), swish the water gently around your mouth and then deposit it in the sink. Be sure not to swallow the mixture. Rinses are recommended to be done 2-3 times a day, especially after eating.
  • Bed Rest: Especially after an extensive procedure like a root canal, implant, or tooth extraction, limiting your activities for the first few days is recommended. Strenuous activity may cause increased bleeding, swelling, and general discomfort. Because your caloric intake has been decreased from the lack of solid foods, muscle weakness and light-headed feelings may occur when rising from a laying down or sitting position. Take it easy and let your body recover.


This is list is certainly not exhaustive. There are many other home remedies out there, but your dentist should provide you with a post-procedure care guide to take home before you leave the office. If your pain persists and is accompanied by uncontrollable bleeding and extensive swelling, please contact your dental professional as soon as possible.

Living in a society that is heavily focused on the idea of being ‘perfect’ and looking like the celebrities in magazines, it is hard not to feel self-conscious when it comes to our body image, and in some cases, our smile. It is one of the things that most people notice right away, and while braces, implants, and veneers can solve some problems, it is sometimes our gums that are the ones in need of modification.

That is where gum contouring comes in, also known as tissue sculpting or gum reshaping. Gum contouring is, in most cases, an elective cosmetic procedure focused on improving the client’s smile by modifying uneven gum lines in the form of lengthening or shortening. As it is considered a cosmetic procedure, insurance will not cover the costs unless it is deemed medically necessary by your dentist. Depending how much work is needed to be done, costs will vary so a consultation with your dentist is recommended to get an exact number.

Before we get into that though, it is important to know what causes our gum lines to become uneven. Prescription drugs, certain health problems, and even our genetics can all play a role in the case of gums that sit far too low on the teeth, making them appear smaller than what they are. Most often, these are the cases that are deemed cosmetic.

Shortened gums–gums that sit high up on the teeth–are more often than not caused by a condition called gum recession, which requires immediate attention to avoid tooth decay and even tooth loss. Gum recession can also be a symptom of periodontal disease, a serious condition where the gums and bone supporting the tooth begin to deteriorate. If you suspect that you may be at risk for developing periodontal disease, please make sure to book a consultation with your dental professional as soon as possible.

When considering gum contouring, it is important to find a dental professional who has experience and will take the time to understand your needs and desired outcome, and will create a plan tailored specifically to you. Do not be afraid to ask questions and request before and after photos of previous patients. Your dentist should also go over the risks of the procedure, as every surgery has them. When in doubt, seek a second opinion and explore other options.

Once you have found a dentist that you are comfortable with, you can go ahead with the procedure.

So what all is involved with gum contouring?

There are several techniques that your dentist can use depending on your unique situation. Scalpels, lasers, and even radiosurgery are used to achieve the desired outcome. Your dentist will discuss with you beforehand which technique is the most effective for you and will often use a pen to outline and give an idea of where the gums will sit after the procedure is complete. Gum contouring can be done directly at the dentist’s office using local anaesthesia to freeze the area. Those with dental anxiety may opt for general anaesthesia where available, although individuals who experience allergic reactions to anaesthesia may have to seek other options.

Recovery can take several weeks so it is important to follow the post-procedure instructions carefully to avoid complications and to achieve the best results. Your doctor will have a detailed plan for you to follow before you leave the office, but as a general overview:

  • Take over-the-counter pain medication to minimize the pain you feel, but avoid Asprin as it also acts as a blood thinner and will cause bleeding. Tylonel and Advil are your safest options, but other medications may be prescribed if the pain you experience is severe.
  • Avoid flossing as this will irritate the healing gums. Your dentist will provide you with safe ways to brush your teeth and minimize discomfort.
  • Avoid spicy foods and anything hot. Stick with softer, cool foods for the first few days such as: jello, soft cheeses, ice cream, and yogurt, gradually moving up to more solid foods.
  • Everyone recovers at their own pace so take your time and listen to your body. If you experience excessive swelling or bleeding, contact your dentist as soon as possible.

Dr. Sam Saadat of Newbury Smiles is an experienced dental professional with 10+ years of experience in general and cosmetic dentistry. If you feel like gum contouring might be the right option for you, please contact him and his associates at 805-499-3691 or to set up your free consultation.

If “do I need a Root Canal?” is a question you have been asking yourself these days, you should know a little bit more about what exactly Root Canal Therapy is, what are the causes, what are the symptoms, and how can you be sure if you need it. For the majority of tooth issues, you may guess you need a filing, which can be true. However, when the cavity reaches your nerve and your tooth becomes inflamed and/or infected, that’s when you need Root Canal Therapy. Root Canal Therapy is also called endodontic therapy in which your dentist uses a drill to remove the cavity and empty the root.

Let’s talk about a few of the symptoms. The primary symptom is the tooth pain which will have a different nature than the tooth pain you may have for a normal cavity. It usually feels intense and more painful when you bite something. You may also feel a very intense pain when your tooth touches something hot like your morning coffee, or something cold like an afternoon ice cream treat. If there is infection involved with it, you gums also may feel painful and appear red and swollen. Seeing these symptoms does not necessarily mean that you need root canal therapy, and the absence of any of these does not guarantee that you don’t need it.  The final diagnosis and decision will always be up to your dental professional.

There is no benefit of doing Root Canal Therapy for a cavity which can be treated and cured with a simple filling.

Contact your dentist sooner rather than later!

If your cavity is not severe enough to reach the nerve and need Root Canal Therapy, you will be able to have it fixed without the expensive procedure and save yourself hundred of dollars. However, if you wait too long, your condition will worsen and a simple filling will no longer be an option.

Even if you are sure that you need Root Canal Therapy, doing it as soon as possible will help prevent infection. Infections can cause complications and require some additional steps in the treatment including follow-ups and possibly medication depending the severity.

At Newbury Smiles, we do a detailed diagnosis, take X-Rays, and make you sure if you need Root Canal Therapy. Since root canals are a difficult process and require your dentist to drill the tooth all the way to the bone, it is always recommended to have this treatment done by an experienced dentist who knows all the ins and outs of Root Canal Therapy. Dr. Sam Saadat at Newbury Smiles is experienced in Root Canal Therapy, and if you have a feeling that you may need this treatment, a consultation is strongly recommended.

Teeth alignment is one of the most popular dental treatments. People all over the world regardless to their age and gender like to have aligned teeth. Aligned teeth help you bite healthier, look better, and have cleaner mouth and gums. There are several treatments for teeth alignment such as braces, invisalign, veneers, etc. In this article we will challenge braces and all you should know about it before stepping forward to have braces on your teeth.

First of all, tell your dentist everything. Let your dentist know if you have bleeding gums, loose teeth, any issue when biting, or if any of your teeth touches or damages your gums, other teeth or your lips.

Do you really need straight and aligned teeth?

Depending on how do your teeth look, you should come up with this decision either you want it or not. Braces will bring you lots of advantages and fixes many issues your mouth or teethe may have. Your orthodontist will surely go through a really deep inspection of your mouth and teeth to find all issues which should be fixed after braces. In the other hand, braces has a process and during this process you must be very patient, take care of the braces, clean them in the correct way, avoid having some kinds of food which affect them like popcorn, chewing gums and any kind of acidic food. Brushing your teeth is not as easy as how it is now. In some people braces may cut gums for several times during the process. Usually once a few months, the wires of your dental braces must be tightened and it’s not only as time consuming as a dental treatment, it’s also sometimes painful. People who had braces say getting them off is a challenge and you feel they damage your teeth when your orthodontist is scraping off the glue.
If your dentist is an experienced dentist in orthodontics and does a good consultancy with you before and after installing your braces, you will surely have a very easy and convenient braces process.

Your dentist has a perfect knowledge of orthodontics

Dentists normally focus on the tooth but the ones who have a perfect knowledge of orthodontics focus on the jaw and the movement of teeth. So working with a dentist who is orthodency expert will help you have a healthier brace treatment and bite.

Consult your dentist

Talk about everything with your dentist. Braces treatment is a long process and needs you to meet your dentist very frequently later. So before starting this dental practice, consult with your dentist and make sure this dentist is the one you would like to continue with.

Your bite after doing the braces must be healthy

Make sure your dentist knows how to have your bite fixed after you get braces. The rows of teeth should meet in its proper way with no gap and they must not grind so much.

Changing your dentist or orthodontist is costly

It’s strongly advised to do a great research about the dentist you are going to do the braces with, since changing the dentist in the middle of the process can be very costly and time-consuming and the results of the quality can never be guaranteed. You may move to a new home and change your address and would like to change your orthodontist or dentist too. It’s surely worth to still keep with the same dentist until the end of the process.

After doing braces

Brush your teeth frequently, especially if you have used acidic or sugary drinks. Meet your dentist frequently and let them know about the status of your braces or any kind of unexpected change if there is any.

Dr. Sam Saadat is experienced in different kinds of braces as well as alternative ways such as invisalign if braces is not your choice.

Fluoride, as a chemical which is commonly added to toothpaste, has a unique ability to prevent tooth decay. That’s why fluoride has been widely added to water supplies to improve dental health. But does this really help? In this article we will go through the positive and negative effects of fluoride.


Fluoride helps prevents dental cavities

Cavities are caused by bacteria living in mouth. They produce some kinds of acids which damage the outer layer of teeth. Fluoride kills the bacteria which is the major source of these cavities.

Using too much of fluoride may cause fluorosis which can be dental fluorosis or skeletal fluorosis. In dental fluorosis the appearance of tooth may change, while in skeletal fluorosis is a bone disease.


Harmful Effects of Fluoride

Fluoride causes bone fracture. Under specific conditions, fluoride may weaken the bones and increases the risk of bone fracture.

Fluoride may cause a kind of cancer called Osteosarcoma. In young individuals and especially males, this kind of cancer is common and it effects the large bones in the body.

Fluoride may affect developing human brain, specifically the emotional side of the brain.

Overall, fluoride can be safe if it’s used in the right way and not excessively. As spoken, it has some side effects which using alternative nutrients may be very much recommended.

Neem, coconut oil, ozonated olive oil, oregano oil and myrrh are good alternatives for fluoride.

Consulting your dentist is always recommended. Dr. Sam Saadat, in a free consultation session, can help you examine your body’s behavior to fluoride.

Cosmetic dentistry is concerned with the look of teeth and the improvement of a person’s smile. In this field, the focus is on the art of dentistry, not just the science. On the surface, creating white teeth, or even entire new teeth in general, might not appear to be that complicated. Yet cosmetic dentistry requires a good eye, a comprehensive understanding of dental anatomy, and a proficiency of dental products.

So when your dentist suggests a bleaching treatment or you wish to finally align that canine tooth that has been bothering you, for the most parts, you will go through such procedure for one simple factor- to enhance our smile.

While fixing missing, damaged or uneven teeth and restoring your smile can be amazing there are a couple of things you must consider for your cosmetic dental services. Some of them are as listed below.

1. Look for the best location

Possibilities are, you’re going to have to visit the dental expert a couple of times before the real treatment takes place. For more advanced cosmetic services like implants or braces, you will need a couple of check outs to pin down your treatment plan and do some prep work before your smile restoration starts. For sure, you wouldn’t want to travel far places every other week for consultations, the procedure and follow up visits. Looking for a dentist in your area- near your home or work is a more convenient solution.

2. Ask about the expense of treatments

The price of cosmetic dentistry can vary from one to place to another or depending on the dentist you choose. Although there might be a small difference in the prices, it’s important to know the price of the treatment you are about to avail. Doing so will help you know if you have enough budget and make necessary financial adjustments if possible.

3. Check out payment options

Package pricing and payment plans can vary by office, location, and insurance strategy. Be sure to get the biggest value. Feel free to research and not lock yourself down to one office. Not only are costs different, but payment alternatives may vary as well. Dental work can be expensive, so oftentimes, you will have the alternative to pay your costs on a monthly basis. But before you dispense the cash, make sure you have dental insurance to reduce the blow. to finance your oral work.

4. Know what’s being put in your mouth

Would you like tooth-colored restoration or veneers in your mouth? With all the expensive innovation in dental industry try out, there are a range of items that clients can select from for their procedures. Often times, depending on the product being used, the cost can differ and the last physical outcome of the procedure will as well. For example, if you’re getting a filling on a back molar, you may wish to save the cash and choose cast gold, instead of the white porcelain you would likely use on a visible front tooth. In any case, it is necessary to understand the materials the dental expert prepares to put in your mouth, just because the wear and care of every substance is different.

5. The Spaces In Between Teeth

When it comes to cosmetic dentistry, achieving the desired result is very important. In this case, you need to make sure that when you smile, your teeth and visible and do not have a gap or any dark shadows in between of your teeth and cheeks.

6. Synchronization with the Form of Your Face

When smiling, the middle line of the front teeth should be linked with the middle line of your face. While the edges of the upper front teeth need to follow the curve of your lower lip.

7. Harmony with Other Teeth

Your teeth also need to agree with one another which mean they need to be proportional in size. At the same time, if your teeth have undergone previous treatment, the restored teeth should match or blend with your natural teeth in color, shape, texture, and size.

8. Choose the optimized one, not the cheapest and not the most expensive.

When it comes to cosmetic dentistry and if you want to achieve the best results, investing on it really pays off. If you want the best quality, then you should be willing to shell out more cash. This is a lot better than opting for a cheap treatment but end up spending more for not achieving the desire result.

9. Do it with the dentist you know well.

Nothing beats the quality of service of the person you trust. When the dentist knows that you trust him, he will definitely provide the best kind of treatment for you. This means achieving the best outcome. Thus, to spare yourself from the worry of not getting the right result, go for someone you trust.

10. Do it with a dentist who is expert in that sort of cosmetic dentistry

You may find so many dentists around that will promise you the best results. Perhaps some of them are indeed qualified, but going for someone who is an expert- with long years of experience and proven results will be a game changer. You can’t afford to risk yourself and waste your time and money on someone who cannot provide you with the best possible treatment and service.
Cosmetic dentistry definitely sounds exciting and if you are considering on having one, be sure to consider the above listed things.

The average cost of cosmetic dentistry varies based on the material which is gonna be used and the doctor who is taking care of you. Cosmetic dentistry is a complex process which may result many unforeseen issues if it’s done by some dentist not enough experienced or some dentist who is using low quality materials to save money.

This never means the promotions, discounts and inexpensive prices are definitely causing bad results, and eventually not all expensive treatments are good treatments. The major factors are materials and experience of the dentist who is taking care of you.

How to check if the dental materials are good enough?

Consulting with your doctor about the details of the treatment you are entering into is strongly advised. In most of the cases the information you provide in consultation will help the dentist know positive and negative effects of the materials on your body.
Consulting with your dentist, you will be able to know the names of the materials which are going to be used and it gives you some information to look up and find out if they are enough qualified or not.
Additionally once you know the prospective qualified dental material, your dentist is committed to use the same.

How to check if the dentist is experienced enough?

The best way to check is to look for reviews, testimonials and comments posted by real people from their real profiles on social media and Google. Most of the dentists have accounts in Yelp, Facebook and Google which all have the feature of receiving comments and reviews from real profiles. You cosmetic dentistry need is most probably someone’s experience.

There is no average price for cosmetic dentistry but after choosing the level of service, you won’t receive an overpriced treatment if do a detailed research, checking other dentists in same level and giving the same level of quality.

Which one is removable? Invisalign or Braces?

You may have seen people who have used braces for a period of time and after removing them, they still have some marks left from braces on each tooth. In many cases these marks can be removed, but it definitely costs and may have some other effects on that particular tooth.

Does Invisalign have a better appearance than braces?

Some people call Invisalign invisible braces. Cause they function as how brace does but you don’t see them. Braces are typically large, metal and shines like silver. It’s definitely something too far from your actual tooth appearance. If you want your braces have a specific color, it will be more expensive. Invisalign is invisible, clear and has no color, which is not noticable most of the times you see an Invisalign user speaking.

Do braces cost less than Invisalign?

Yes! The cost of braces starts from almost $2,000, while Invisalign has an average of $4,000 cost. Saying that, Newbury Smiles has $1,000 OFF which makes invisalign a good choice to invest on.

Does Invisalign also need a frequent follow up during treatment?

Invisalign also needs you meet your dentist to change the aligner trays and check the process. Every few weeks, your dentist will follow up and provide you updated info about current condition and gives you your new trays. Considering the treatment time, the number of visits in comparison to braces treatment is smaller and less frequent.

How long do I have to have Invisalign?

Usually the average time is 6 months to 1 year and half. It may vary based on the patient’s teeth aligning conditions and needs. The good thing about invisaligns, comparing to braces is you don’t need to have then 24 hours a day. Consulting your dentist you may be possible to remove that for a period of time during the day, if you need them removed.

How should I maintain my invisalign?

It’s definitely easier to brush your teeth when you have invisalign than when you have braces. You won’t need special types of brushe for your teeth. You only need to go through Invisalign cleaning system or just wash your trays.

Comparison of Invisalign and Braces