Q: Do Invisalign orthodontics hurt?

A: Some people may experience temporary discomfort for several days and at the beginning of each step of treatment when a new orthodontist is required. This is very normal and you often feel a force on your teeth. This is a sign the aligner is working — shifting your teeth gradually to help you achieve the final result. The discomfort will usually pass after a few days.

Q: Does the treatment affect speech?

A: The vast majority of patients report that orthodontics do not affect speech. However, like traditional orthodontics, you will need to adapt in the beginning when there is a foreign object in your mouth.

Q: Are Invisalign trays really invisible?

A: Invisalign aligners are virtually invisible and discreet, so most people won’t notice that you’re wearing them.

Q: What is the average length of Invisalign treatment?

A: The total duration of treatment depends on the complexity and is determined by the doctor. Usually the treatment in adults lasts from 12-18 months. The duration of treatment for the teen may vary and be determined by the doctor.

Q: How long will Invisalign treatment start seeing results?

A: You will notice the results of your Invisalign treatment a few months after starting your treatment.

Q: Do I have to have my teeth extracted?

A: Not every patient needs to have their teeth removed. This will depend on the condition of your teeth. Consult your doctor if you have any questions about whether or not to have a tooth extracted.

Q: How much does an Invisalign shift cost?

A: The cost of an Invisalign orthodontic procedure is relatively high, often double to triple that of conventional orthodontics. However, with the great benefits that this method brings, consider and do not be afraid to consult a doctor.

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