Braces and Invisalign are the two main orthodontic treatments patients consider when they want to straighten their teeth. Though there are benefits and drawbacks of each teeth straightening method, Invisalign is often the clear choice (pardon the pun) for teens and adults who want straighter teeth without the hassle of metal brackets and wires. However, there are many misconceptions about Invisali…Read More
Invisalign® Downtown Ottawa
At Constitution Dental, we offer several orthodontic treatments for patients who want straighter teeth. Many patients opt for Invisalign over traditional braces because they offer a far more comfortable method of teeth straightening, given that they are removable and don’t have metal brackets, wires, or rubber bands. These “clear braces” are also virtually invisible, so you can go about your normal activities without people staring at your teeth. If you are interested in learning more about Invisalign, book an appointment with our dentists in Downtown Ottawa, or check out our blog posts below. Here, you’ll find information about the cost of Invisalign, how these “invisible braces” work, their benefits, and more.
Invisalign has become the most popular method of teeth straightening over the past few years, with many teens and adults choosing these clear retainers over traditional braces. At Constitution Dental, our dentists are trained and experienced in Invisalign treatments, and we help patients get the beautiful, straight smile they deserve. Here are a few reasons why so many people love Invisalign! Subt…Read More
If you’re looking into teeth straightening options for yourself or a loved one, odds are you’ve heard of Invisalign. This relatively new piece of dental technology is revolutionizing orthodontics, as fewer teens and adults are having to deal with braces and rubber bands. Now, you can get that beautiful, straight smile you’ve always dreamed of without metal brackets, and it’s all thanks to …Read More
Anyone who has had braces knows how irritating they can be, with all the wires, metal brackets, rubber bands, and other foreign objects poking into your cheeks and gums — not to mention how difficult basic tasks become, like eating and brushing your teeth. Thanks to recent advancements in dental technology, far more discreet and comfortable alternatives are now available to dental patients, and …Read More