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Straighter Teeth Mean You Can Have a Healthier Smile

June 15, 2018
Posted By: The Dental Care Center
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If you are an adult who has been living with crooked teeth for a lifetime, you might have thought the time for orthodontics was well past. The good news is that there are options for adult orthodontics you might not have considered. Not only will braces improve the way your smile looks, but they can also make your smile healthier.

Talk to The Dental Care Center if you are looking for an orthodontist in Van Nuys. We can give you a straight, beautiful smile—regardless of your age!

A Straight Smile Is Easier to Take Care Of

When teeth are misaligned and crooked, caring for them becomes more difficult. Flossing can be difficult, especially if teeth are overlapping. It’s easier for decay to develop in the nooks and crannies of your teeth when they are not straight, so you are at a higher risk for getting cavities as well as gum disease.

A Straight Smile Will Improve Your Self-Confidence

If you cover your smile with your hand or avoid smiling altogether because you are self-conscious about your teeth, straightening them can make a world of difference. Imagine being proud of your smile—so proud, you can’t wait to show it off. This can change how you feel about yourself, and it can change how others feel as well. A smile is contagious!

A Straight Smile—Without the Brackets and Wires

With Invisalign invisible braces, adults can have a beautiful straight smile in a shorter amount of time than with traditional orthodontics. Plus, because of the clear plastic aligners used to gently nudge your teeth into the proper position, Invisalign fits into your busy professional and social life.

Call The Dental Care Center to Make an Appointment

Don’t hide your smile because your teeth are crooked. Invisalign from your Van Nuys orthodontist can give you the straight smile you’ve always dreamed of. Call us today!

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