Invisalign® i7 is a clear removable brace system that has been designed to treat minor cases of malocclusion. For example it can treat teeth that are slightly rotated or out of alignment, or which are slightly overcrowded.
This system is also good for people who have had orthodontic treatment in the past but who have found their teeth have since shifted position. The system uses a series of clear plastic aligners that are fully removable and virtually invisible, providing a discreet straightening system.
What it can treat:
Invisalign® i7 is specifically designed to treat minor cases of malocclusion providing results that are mainly cosmetic so it is perfect if you have orthodontic problems that don't actually affect your bite. Designed to treat the teeth between the first premolars on each side
What it cannot treat:
For a clear brace that is capable of treating more difficult cases, read about Invisalign® Full.
The steps involved in having this treatment are as follows:
You can expect to experience a small amount of discomfort, especially every time you change your aligners for a fresh set. This discomfort should quickly subside as your teeth become used to the new aligners. Any pain or tenderness should be easily controllable with over-the-counter painkillers.
Invisalign® i7 is designed to provide results within as little as three months as treatment is only focused on the front teeth.
Invisalign® i7 will enable you to eat and drink perfectly normally as you remove the aligners every time you have a meal. You'll also be able to brush and floss your teeth in exactly the same way as before, and it's important to make sure you brush your teeth each time after eating and before you reinsert the aligners. The actual aligners are very easy to keep clean as they can be gently brushed under lukewarm water and thoroughly rinsed, or you can buy special cleaning solution from Invisalign.
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