A smile is one of the first things people notice about you, so it’s important to take care of your teeth and keep them looking their best. At Marietta Dental Professionals, we offer a variety of services to help you achieve a healthy, beautiful smile that you can be proud of. One of the most popular services we offer is teeth straightening for adults 18 years of age or older with OrthoFX clear aligners, which can have a number of benefits for your oral health.
On this page, we’re going to take a look at some of the reasons why you should consider straightening your smile and why you should choose OrthoFX. Call our Marietta, GA office today if you have any questions!
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The Psychological Benefits Of A Straight Smile
A straight smile is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it can also have psychological benefits. Previously performed psychological research has produced findings that suggest patients with well-kept smiles are seen as being more successful, confident, and attractive by others. They are also seen as more trustworthy and reliable. Teeth that are in poor condition are often associated with negative personality traits. These findings suggest that the benefits of teeth straightening may extend beyond simply improving the appearance of your smile.
The Physical Benefits Of A Straight Smile
A straight smile not only impacts patients psychologically, but it can also provide a number of physical benefits.
- For instance, straight teeth are easier to clean, and thus less likely to develop cavities or other problems.
- Additionally, straight teeth can help to improve your bite, making it easier to chew and digest food.
- Finally, a straight smile can also help to alleviate stress and tension in the facial muscles, leading to improved overall health.
How Marietta Dental Professionals Can Help
Marietta Dental Professionals are proud to offer a wide range of services to help you achieve and maintain a beautiful, healthy smile. If you are considering straightening your smile, our experienced team can help you achieve the results you desire through OrthoFX clear aligners. Our team will work with you to create a treatment plan that meets your individual needs and goals. We use the latest technology and techniques to ensure that you receive the highest quality care and the best results.
What Is OrthoFX™?
OrthoFX is a brand of clear aligners that are used to straighten teeth. They are made of a clear, flexible material (no brackets and bands) that is virtually invisible when worn. This makes them an ideal option for patients who are looking for a more discreet way to straighten their teeth. Additionally, OrthoFX aligners are removable, so you can take them out to eat, drink, brush, and floss. This makes them more comfortable and convenient to use than traditional braces.
Why Choose OrthoFX™?
OrthoFX is unlike other clear aligner systems as it boosts treatment results using a unique three-layer elastomeric material. Instead of plastic, the aligners are made from FXTetra polymer—a substance that is smooth, comfortable, durable, and stain-resistant. Additionally, the OrthoFX system uses FXOntrack monitoring to ensure you are making progress without needing to come in for as many office visits. This makes treatment more convenient for busy patients.
If you are interested in learning more about teeth straightening with OrthoFX clear aligners, contact our office today. Our experienced team will be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you decide if this treatment is right for you.
What Conditions Benefit from Orthodontic Aligner Treatment?
Most people have a slight overbite. But when your front upper teeth significantly cover your lower teeth, you’re at higher risk for injury, pain while chewing, and speech problems.
An underbite can cause problems with chewing and digestion and increased wear and tear on your front teeth.
A crossbite isn’t just a cosmetic issue. Misaligned teeth can cause pain and increase the likelihood of tooth decay.
- Gap Teeth
Gap teeth can cause pockets to form between the teeth and gums where food gets stuck. This causes sore and tender gums and even leads to gum disease.
- Open Bite
An open bite can cause problems chewing, increased wear and tear on back teeth, and speech problems.
- Crowded Teeth
Crowded teeth are difficult to brush and floss. Plaque accumulation in inaccessible areas can cause tooth decay, bleeding gums, or bone loss.