What Benefits Do Adults Have Straightening Their Teeth?
Posted on 1/24/2022 by Dr. Sebastien Murphy
With all of the new technologies that are available for people, an increasing number of individuals are considering and getting their teeth straightened. There is a long list of why you would want to consider straightening your teeth, and those benefits change a lot about how you live, and they aren't only for kids anymore. Teeth straightening can be recommended for people over 50 now since our technology allows us to treat each individual with a unique blend of solutions and attentive options.
Benefits to Straightening Your Teeth
Other than gaining a uniform smile, which can impact everything from first impressions to job opportunities—there are health reasons to get them straightened as well. Teeth that are twisted or crooked have a hard time being cleaned correctly. This usually leads to them not being thoroughly cleaned, and then tooth decay begins, developing cavities and infections if left unchecked. Straight teeth also affect the health of your gums since your ability to get between those crooked teeth is usually limited. Further, you should be able to bite into most foods with straight teeth since those with imperfect placement may find themselves having difficulty with the biting movement. The color of your teeth may also change since the teeth are being properly aligned, and that means that blood flow is restored to all areas of the teeth.
There are a few options for teeth straightening these days. Each one of the options has a series of benefits and costs associated with them, so it is the most important thing to pick a straightener that works for you and your lifestyle. Traditional methods always suggest using braces for straightening and uniformity. They are good at making up to 95% of improvement in teeth. But they can be hard to adjust to since they are attached to the teeth, and this may cause discomfort as a cost for perfect teeth. The other option we would suggest is using clear aligners to push your teeth into their proper line. These are good options for regimented people, but they are sensitive and require diligent upkeep. To find out more about your options or to speak about your specific situation, contact us today.
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