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Invisalign in Bucharest

Clear aligners or clear-aligner treatment is a transparent device used to adjust and straighten the teeth. Invisalign is the best-known manufacturer for these clear aligners. It is an alternative to metal braces. Unlike conventional dental braces that stay cemented onto your teeth for a long period of time, clear aligners are detachable. They are made of smooth plastic or acrylic material that can be removed for eating, brushing, and flossing. Clear aligners are custom-built for a tight fit that will be adjusted to move your teeth over the treatment time. This procedure is best for adults and teens that have moderately crowded teeth or have a minor spacing issue. People with more severe conditions may need to undergo more complex treatment. 

Before the treatment, you need to consult your orthodontist. Your orthodontist will ask you to undergo x-rays, digital scans of your teeth to determine your diagnosis and to plan your treatment procedure. Once you complete all tests, your clear aligners will be generated using a computer. It will be designed especially for you. You will have to change your aligners every few weeks (usually every 2 to 3 weeks) to continue moving your teeth into your desired position and you will need to use the aligners for 20 to 22 hours a day. 

The whole procedure does not involve any anesthesia since it is non-surgical. You may go back to your holiday right after your treatment. However, since you need to attend scheduled appointments with your orthodontists, you will need to stay in the Bucharest for as long as possible and certainly for a minimum of two weeks. The treatment time until you get your desired position is based on how much teeth need to be moved or rotated. After you get your first stage of aligners, you will experience some discomfort for a few days but you may return to your daily routine immediately after. The success rate is high, with over 96% of people have been recorded to achieve positive results.

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