Is Clear Correct the Same as Invisalign Treatment?
The answer is yes and no, While the two are very similar, Invisalign gives you a much larger degree of control over the movement of the teeth than Cl
Congratulations, you’ve started your Invisalign treatment! This video will help you care for your Invisalign aligners, keep them clean and working properly, and keep your treatment on track towards a beautiful, healthy smile!
Your treatment depends entirely on how well you follow the guidelines for Invisalign wear: if you don’t wear your aligners, or fail to keep them clean, even the best orthodontist won’t be able to straighten your teeth.
Give your smile the best opportunity for excellent results by sticking with your Invisalign treatment plan as instructed by your provider!
Wash your hands with soap and water, and handle only one aligner at a time. Your aligners are labeled clearly for easy insertion.
Push gently on the aligners to insert them over your teeth, pressing on the back ends of the aligners over the molars to snap them gently into place. If you’re having trouble with proper aligner fit, consult this video for assistance.
Remember to remove aligners for every meal or snack — eating food or drinking anything but water can damage or discolor your aligners!
If you can, brush your teeth after every meal or snack, but if you don’t have a toothbrush, rinse your mouth out with water and rinse the aligners under warm running water before putting them back in your mouth.
Be sure to store them properly in their case when they’re not in your mouth, to prevent damage or loss of your aligners.
Try to wear them at least 22 hours a day, and drink nothing but water while they’re in.
Simply hook your finger over the edge of the aligner in the back of the molar to pull it from your teeth and remove it from your mouth.
When you start a new set of aligners, put them in at night and wear them for at least 12 hours. If you feel minor discomfort from the new aligners, ask your doctor about taking an over-the-counter pain reliever. Usually, the discomfort disappears within a day or two.
These tips will help you keep your Invisalign treatment on track, progressing smoothly towards results that will keep you smiling!