Facing the mirror with crooked teeth can be frustrating, but there are treatments that can help you deal with the problem, and improve your smile. In fact, you can actually have problems with poor dental alignment corrected with discreet aligners that are easy to remove! Our Prairie Village, KS dental practice provides patients with orthodontic care in the form of MTM Clear Aligners. With MTM aligners, you can wear a series of appliances to gradually move your teeth into their ideal places, and enjoy the ability to simply remove them when they might be in your way. These appliances actually focus on straightening the teeth that are most important to your smile, so you can see results in less time! In some cases, it may also be possible to simply hide signs of poor alignment with a cosmetic dental procedure.
Are You Ready To Do Something About Visible Alignment Flaws?
Are you tired of looking at your smile, and wishing your teeth were straight? Because MTM aligners can make a correction easier to undergo, you can find that improvements are more accessible than you have previously assumed. People who are tired of gaps, overlaps, and other issues disrupting their appearance can find that their improvements can be gained in as little as three to six months with these special appliances.
Using Veneers To Hide Flaws
It may be possible to hide your alignment flaws with porcelain veneers, which are custom-crafted to make requested smile changes. After measuring your teeth, and preparing them for veneer placement, these custom shells are set into position, where they will be able to cloak any flaws that currently draw attention when you smile. Veneer placement can typically be done over the course of two appointments, so you can see improvements in an impressively short time!
Your Crooked Teeth Can Be An Oral Health Issue, Too
If you have crooked teeth, but are not worried about how they affect your smile, you should be aware that you may be ignoring potential issues with your oral health. A person’s bite function works best when teeth are straight. Any alignment issues can lead to excess wear and tear on teeth, or stress on your jaw joints. Even if you are not bothered by the cosmetic effects of misalignment, you may want to have input from your dentist concerning the potential oral health problems you are at risk for if you do nothing about the problem.
Talk To Dr. Browne About Addressing Crooked Teeth
Dr. Browne is ready to help patients who are interested in correcting their crooked teeth! You can find that MTM aligners make great improvements possible, or you can learn if you might be able to hide alignment flaws through cosmetic dental work. To learn more, or to set up a visit with Dr. Browne, contact our office today at (913) 901-8585.