What is invisalign?
Invisalign is an orthodontic technique in which a series of clear aligners progressively straighten the teeth. The aligners are changed every one to two weeks and are usually worn 22 hours a day for best results.
Treatment often requires the use of tiny attachments or ‘buttons’ that help the aligners to grip the tooth and move it more effectively.
Elastics and other additions are sometimes required, along with careful monitoring of progress. This is why clear aligner treatment should be administered by a specialist orthodontist in most cases.