Invisalign is a clear orthodontic treatment used to straighten teeth and correct bite problems. Instead of using traditional metal braces, Invisalign uses a series of custom-made, nearly invisible aligners that are worn over the teeth. Each aligner is designed to gradually shift the teeth into their desired position over the course of several weeks. The aligners are made of a clear, flexible plastic material that is comfortable to wear and can be easily removed for eating, brushing, and flossing. They are virtually invisible when worn, making them a popular alternative to traditional braces for adults and teens who are concerned about the appearance of their teeth during treatment.
Invisalign is used to treat a wide range of orthodontic problems, including crowded teeth, gaps between teeth, overbite, underbite, and crossbite. The treatment is typically more comfortable than traditional braces, and the clear aligners do not irritate the cheeks and gums like metal braces can.