Invisalign Attachments Have Meaning In Your Life

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Most of you aren’t aware what Invisalign attachments are even if you have the orthodontic appliance. That’s because dentists do not require this feature to every clear aligner user. However, do not question your dentist if he needs you to have it. Although attachments could make your aligner more noticeable, it actually has more advantages. 

What are Invisalign attachments?

Using traditional Invisalign to correct your teeth misalignment is a great decision to take. This revolutionary method does work wonders like conventional braces but without the metals. Having said this, you have to remember that this appliance is made of plastic. For some patients with more complex teeth issues, dentists would make use of an auxiliary to succeed with the treatment. 

The Invisalign attachments are tiny bumps that are made of composite filling materials. The dentist bonds it on the teeth so the clear aligners could get a grip on it during shifting. If you have serious teeth malocclusion, the plain plastic aligner will not suffice in straightening your teeth. The location and shape of the attachments may vary and it’s not necessary to have them on all bites. Nevertheless, it all depends on which part of your teeth are a bit challenging to manage. 

How are Invisalign attachments added?

Adding attachments for your traditional Invisalign is such a simple process. It doesn’t need an extensive procedure and anesthetic to happen. To do this, your dentist cleans your teeth first and makes sure it is clear from plaque and tartar signs. After that, he uses an Invisalign template to mark the attachment locations. 

Once he has made the labels, he will etch your tooth to prepare for the bonding. Then, he applies the bonding material on your bites and uses the curing light to harden it. Meanwhile, he fills in the template with the composite material. He then places the aligner on your teeth so the materials stick together. Your dentist will push the bumps on your traditional Invisalign lightly to ensure that the composite bonds. He uses a curing light once again to solidify the mold. 

This process is done in just a few minutes and there’s not much limit as to what you may eat after that. Even so, it’s still best to consider yourself avoiding hard food while the bonding is still new. Along your treatment journey, there will come a time that your attachments will no longer be needed. Your dentist could easily buff it off your teeth in a single appointment. 

If you want to know more about Invisalign treatment in London Ontario, set up your dental appointment now!  

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