Friday, February 11, 2011

My Invisalign Experience

Ever since I got invisalign people have been tweeting me questions on how its coming along. There are definitely some pros and cons to it when comparing it to braces. Here are my thoughts.


Pro:
- invisable
- takes less time
- can be taken off
Con:
- not 100% accurate
- cost a little more

12 comments:

  1. Thanks for keeping us updated!!! I'm really considering getting these by this year or maybe the next!! =D

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  2. I've been considering invisalign as well. Thanks for the informative post.

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  3. OMG! I am so glad you did this video. I have the same exact issue with my teeth. just the front top teeth are off. I definitely agree on the whole braces is not cool especially since I am in college. I don't want to look like a noob. =/ Thank you so much for all your information Judy! =D

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  5. I did invisalign and LOVED it but unfortunately they were SO invisible that I didnt notice when they fell off my desk and got stepped on!! I was so mad... oh well.

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  6. I think it’s good that you opted to have invisalign. Looking at your videos, I’m sure not a lot of people would have noticed that you were wearing one. Also, the lisp you mentioned earlier isn’t apparent at all. Are you still wearing your aligners? How is it? From what I know, the good thing about invisalign is that you can still do other dental hygiene practices efficiently, since it is removable. And since it has no wires and brackets like traditional braces, the chances of getting cuts and bruises on the gums are minimal.

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  7. Well, it’s true that Invisalign has its pros and cons. But you can say that it has much more pros than traditional braces, one of which is that it is more comfortable. With traditional braces, the wire can suddenly snap, which can hurt a lot. There’s also the possibility of you swallowing a rubber band, which is obviously not supposed to happen. With Invisalign, you won’t have to worry about any of those because it works as a whole tray designed to be put into the mouth.

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  8. Thanks for sharing your wonderful video. Always keep in mind that you may not be eligible for Invisalign if your teeth are too crowded Have a nice day!

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  10. I can't wait to get this done- thank you for blogging about your progress. It really helps me to be able to see what it would be like!

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  11. I think this is far better than braces, but I admit it’s still more expensive. Hope it won’t cost us an arm and leg. I haven’t experienced invasalign though; my cosmetic dentist in Beverly Hills recommended lumineers for me. When I took them off, it had good results both on my upper and lower teeth. The cost is not that painful, if you have your dental insurance, it will be such a relief.

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  12. I still thinks there are more pros than cons of invisalign. They helped me very much. invisalign las vegas

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