Most Frequently Asking Questions About Invisalign (Videos)
Invisalign is a tool in the hands of an orthodontist and here at Diamond Braces, we pride ourselves on being among the best of the best when it comes to working with Invisalign.
Sometimes taking good care of your teeth while you’re under orthodontic care is not as simple as you would think and you have more questions than when you were in the office, but do not want to wait a whole month to find the answer.
Knowledge is power, so if you ever run into any problems during your treatment, or just have a few questions, make sure to take a good look at our various videos below which may just answer your questions! We have answers for almost every situation, from tips to speeding up your treatment to whether or not you can still hop in your pool while wearing Invisalign.
Can Invisalign Extrude Teeth?
Today’s question is: “Can Invisalign Extrude Teeth?” Before we answer this question let me give you an example of extrusion, Say there is a nail stuck in a desk and you pull it out, now you have extruded the nail. Invisalign is not the best appliance to use for something like extrusion.…
How Visible are Invisalign Buttons?
A button is essentially like a handle, Invisalign uses the buttons to grab the teeth and uses it to move the teeth around according to the doctor’s will. From a regular distance the buttons will remain invisalign, however upon close inspection anyone who is looking…
How Long will Invisalign Refinements Take?
Invisalign refinements take place after the initial treatment, they are a sort of tune-up to perfect the teeth because no matter the Doctor’s skill, sometimes there is a small amount of error, Invisalign is only plastic after all. Therefore the amount of time the…
What to Do If You Lose or Break an Invisalign Aligner
Sometimes during Invisalign treatment, patients lose an aligner, or an aligner becomes damaged or breaks. What to do? There are several solutions: in this video, Diamond Braces Chief Clinical Officer and orthodontist Dr. Oleg Drut explains what to do.