Recently engaged? When planning for your walk down the aisle, don’t forget to plan for your smile makeover. Between pictures, seeing old friends, and staring into your partner’s eyes, you’ll be smiling so much on your wedding day that your cheeks will ache! You want to look your best on your wedding day, so use it as an opportunity to fix that narrow gap between your teeth, or the snaggle tooth that didn’t grow in right. Invisalignaligners are the clear alternative to braces, and will help you feel more confident during, and long after your wedding!
Some of the cases Invisalign can treat are:
- Gapped Teeth
- Open Bite
Kristen Ritzau, DDS will take x-rays, pictures, and impressions of your teeth to create a digital 3-D image and map out a treatment plan. Then Invisalign creates custom-made clear aligners that fit snugly over your teeth and steadily move them into position. You will wear each set for approximately 2 weeks before switching to a new set.
Invisalign treatment traditionally takes anywhere from 6 to 18 months, often taking less time than traditional braces. Starting your treatment early will allow you to finish treatment before your wedding day. Don’t let a short lead-time keep you from a beautiful smile. Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible, so you can still wear them on your big day!
There’s also no need to worry about diet restrictions. You can eat what you want with Invisalign aligners. Simply remove the aligners when eating, and put them back in after brushing.
Dental appointments for those with Invisalign are also less frequent than for people with traditional metal braces. You can visit Dr. Ritzau every four to six weeks to check in on your smile progress.
It is never too late to improve your smile, and with Invisalign aligners you can straighten your teeth without disrupting your pre-wedding activities. Wear your aligners to the bridal shower, engagement photos, and bachelorette party without added insecurities.
Take the first step towards a more confident smile by scheduling a consultation with Dr. Ritzau today!