After your orthodontic treatment is complete, you will need to wear a retainer on a full and then part time basis to keep your new smile in place. Here’s how to store and care for your retainer to keep it in good shape!
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Your retainer is almost as important a part of your orthodontic treatment as your braces (or aligners) are. Here’s some information on how long they need to be worn. At Orthostyle, we know that each patient is different, and we customize each orthodontic treatment plan to the patient’s unique needs. And the same goes for retainers.
So you’re finally done with your Invisalign aligners and you don’t need to steer clear of snacking or chewing gum any longer. No more carefully planning your eating schedule around aligner cleanings. If you’re hankering for some tasty chewing gum, this one is for you!
Most people quickly think of teeth whitening as the obvious step for a fabulous smile, but if you struggle with crooked teeth, that may not be enough. Being self-conscious of your mouth could take away from your day and your focus. The good news is that you don’t need to spend four years in traditional metal braces to get straight teeth. Our solution: Invisalign