What Can Invisalign Fix?
To answer this question most simply, the kind of cases Invisalign can fix really depends upon the skillset and the experience of the dentist offering the Invisalign. In the hands of a highly experienced dentist, Invisalign can be used to correct, not only just adult malalignment or malocclusion, it can be utilised in the younger years: teenage years and late childhood. In the hands of an experienced Invisalign practitioner, it can be used to correct more complex cases, involving cross bites, deep bites, and class three bites. These cases are basically deviations from the normal that have been often very difficult to correct in the past, without metal braces or fixed orthodontics. In the hands of a skilled dental practitioner almost all malalignment of the teeth, unevenness in the teeth, crookedness in the teeth, or malpositioning of individual teeth can be corrected through Invisalign.
Invisalign can also be used as a pre-cosmetic treatment option, where doing veneers alone (composite or ceramic) will not produce the aesthetic result the patient wants. And so through the use of Invisalign, a short course of treatment can be undertaken to get the teeth into the right position, so when the veneers are done, they look even more aesthetic.
So in summary, to answer this question, the breadth and the capacity of the Invisalign really depends upon the skillset of the certified Invisalign provider.
Here at My Dentist. We have one of the most skilled Invisalign practitioners in Brisbane. Dr Khaled Shahin- Platinum Invisalign provider, has done hundreds, if not thousands of cases of Invisalign and has managed everything from simple cases all the way to the more, more complex.
If you’re interested in learning more about Invisalign, give us a call on (07) 3356 3636 or fill out the form below, and one of our friendly team members will contact you to book an appointment.
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