The Benefits of Clear Aligners

A straight, beautiful smile says a lot about you. In fact, people with straight smiles are perceived to be smarter and more successful. If you /invisible-braceswant to make a great impression, then perhaps you’ve considered turning to our Sioux Falls, SD, orthodontist Dr. Chris Wermerson. Here’s why Clear Aligners are a great option for many working professionals.

Conveniently Fits into Your Lifestyle

Wearing clear aligners is very convenient. After all, these aligners can be removed prior to eating or brushing your teeth, which means that you also can eat whatever you'd like. Brushing and flossing your teeth will be just as easy as normal. Clear aligners make it easy to fix your crooked smile and you can keep your daily routine.

Fast Treatment

It’s also true that for a lot of older teens or adults who get clear aligners from our orthodontist in Sioux Falls, SD, the length of treatment is quick and easy. The average length of treatment for an adult who wears clears aligners is about one year. Of course, you need to make sure that you wear your aligners as often as possible throughout the day (around 20-22 hours/day) to ensure that your treatment is as effective as possible.

Comfort

Each aligner is custom-fitted to your teeth. Furthermore, they are made from a flexible thermoplastic that is smoothed down, which means that you don't have to worry about dealing with rubbing or gum irritation.

Wermerson Orthodontics has two locations in Sioux Falls, SD, to serve you better. If you are interested in learning more about Clear Aligners and how they could improve your smile then call us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Chris Wermerson.

 

Dr. Chris Wermerson, DMD, MS
Wermerson Orthodontics
605-274-0555
 

Wermerson Orthodontics is a member of the American Association of Orthodontics
 

Dr. Wermerson is a Board Certified Orthodontist and member of the AAO, which has 17,000 members in the United States, Canada and abroad. Orthodontists are uniquely qualified specialists who correct improperly aligned teeth and jaws (bad bites).  They receive an additional two to three years of specialized education beyond dental school to learn the proper way to align and straighten teeth.  Only those with this formal education may call themselves “orthodontists,” and only orthodontists are eligible for membership in the AAO.  Visit the AAO online at www.mylifemysmile.org.

 

The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions

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