What are my options for straightening crooked teeth?
Addressing crooked teeth at any age can improve your oral health and the appearance of your smile. Crooked teeth may make you feel too embarrassed to smile, but they can also increase your risk of dental health issues. Crooked teeth are an oral health concern that may impact the function of your jaw, alignment of your bite and your overall oral health.
Patients with crooked teeth are more prone to:
Dr. Adams provides a range of effective solutions for addressing cosmetic orthodontic concerns. From dental veneers and tooth bonding to Invisalign clear aligners, Dr. Adams will help you choose the treatment that will help you restore your oral health and improve the appearance of your smile. For patients with more advanced or functional orthodontic concerns, Dr. Adams may refer you to our partner orthodontist for appropriate treatment.
Invisalign for a Straighter Smile
Dr. Heather Adams is a Rogers, AR area Invisalign provider. Dr. Adams offers Invisalign clear aligners for addressing adult orthodontic relapse and correcting mild to moderate cosmetic orthodontic issues. Patients with TMJ may also benefit from realigning their teeth with Invisalign.
Clear aligners are discreet and effective and can realign your bite in just 12-18 months. Invisalign affords teens and adults a more professional alternative to traditional metal braces without compromising results. Patients enjoy the nearly invisible and comfortable aligners.
Are you experiencing an orthodontic relapse?
Orthodontic relapse is fairly common amongst adult patients who had received orthodontic treatment in their youth. Patients often experience shifting of their teeth later in life if they did not comply with their retainer guidelines after their braces were removed. For other patients, late-onset orthodontic relapse may occur due to tooth loss or other changes in your oral health.
Invisalign offers patients a way to realign their teeth without the hassle or embarrassment of wearing metal braces as an adult. Teeth are gradually shifted back into alignment. Most patients will wear a removable or permanent retainer after the completion of their Invisalign treatment.