Invisible Braces For A Straighter Smile

Invisible braces for a straighter smile Are you looking for a solution for addressing crooked teeth?

Well, have you considered invisible braces? At Today’s Dnetsiry in Knoxville, TN, we understand that many of our patients want to address crooked teeth but hate the look and feel of traditional metal braces. Invisible braces are discreet, a comfortable solution used to address crooked or misaligned teeth

Dr. Pamela Cain, a Knoxville, TN dentist, offers a full range of services for correcting crooked and misaligned teeth. Smart Moves® is Today’s Dentistry preferred method of invisible braces.

Smart Moves may be recommended to treat:

If you would like to learn more about invisible braces or determine if they are right for you, visit Today’s Dentistry in Knoxville, TN. Dr. Cain is a respected, experienced dentist in Knoxville, Tn who is dedicated to helping you achieve a healthier smile.

To schedule an appointment, call (865) 219-3622 or request an appointment online.

The Importance of Straightening Crooked Teeth

Straighter teeth allow you to eat, chew and bite more effectively than crooked or misaligned teeth. Over time, crooked teeth can affect your bite, affect your confidence, and even increase your risk of developing certain dental concerns.

Not only does straightening crooked teeth improve your confidence, but it may also improve your oral health. Patients with crooked teeth are at a higher risk of developing periodontal disease, TMJ disorder, tooth damage, and worn teeth.

Dr. Cain will perform a full dental exam to determine if any complex dental issues are affecting the function and health of your teeth. Dr. Cain can create a personalized solution to address your cosmetic and oral health needs.

Invisible Braces in Knoxville, TN

Smart Moves is a cost-effective, comfortable solution for correcting crooked teeth. With the help of removable, clear aligners, Smart Moves gradually reposition the teeth over the course of your treatment. Smart Moves are creating using hard-soft plastic that moves with your teeth as they shift. Dr. Cain will take an impression of the teeth and send them to a dental laboratory for fabrication.

Once we receive your custom aligners, Dr. Cain will go over all aspects of your treatment with you. Typically, aligners are work for two to three weeks at a time. Patients can remove their aligners to eat, drink, and perform their normal oral hygiene routine.

The length of your treatment and the number of aligners you receive will depend on the severity and condition of your orthodontic concerns.