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Last Post 5/17/2016 11:00 AM by demorobi. 12 Replies.
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drj
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4/27/2010 9:20 PM
    What are the Pros and Cons of both products?
    Neetalia Jones
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    8/19/2010 12:35 AM
    You can find your solution here- http://www.identalhub.com/article_i...s-164.aspx
    Nelsonn
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    10/29/2010 10:22 AM
    Orthodontics is a speciality in dentistry which deals with the correction of malaligned teeth by the use of braces. Malalignment of teeth is a very common dental condition which if left uncorrected can lead to several dental problems. Although this can be very easily taken care of by orthodontic treatment, several people especially youngsters prefer to live with badly aligned teeth rather than be seen wearing braces. Lingual orthodontics is a highly advanced technique, which involves correcting malaligned teeth by using braces which are not visible externally.
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    martinpane
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    4/29/2011 9:56 PM
    Invisalign is one the best braces which is placed on your teeth without any pain. While wearing the invisalign braces anyone can't know that you are wearing a anykind of brace. These braces are very much easir to use from any other braces.

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    catedawn
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    4/16/2012 5:44 AM
    I have also better experience with my teeth. My teeth are also badly crawled and there is gap too. I got information about braces but i don't want to use it. I hesitate to use these braces because it is easily identified by anyone. People just laugh. In fact i was annoyed because of my teeth structure. I had searched on net i.e. how to regain or reshape the teeth. After extensive analysis i got information about invisalign braces. At very first i don't believe on it but i had consulted my doctor. Finally i decided to use it, and really thankful that it helps me in reshaping the teeth. It is not easily identifiable and it is really very difficult for other people to recognize whether you had wore the teeth aligner or not. It is very easy to use and i don't feel any difficulty while using this teeth aligner. No doubt it is somehow costly comparison to normal braces but after all it is matter of our face so how i can compromise. Once again i am thankful for this one and i will also appreciate other to use invisalign braces. http://www.invisalignbracesreviews.com
    spaul
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    7/23/2012 3:34 AM
    We should visit a dental care for any type of dental issues.Dental care nowadays provides various facilities tooth implant, teeth whitening, straightening of teeth etc.New technologies are adapted by the dental clinic to implant teeth and also for applying braces.
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    RockyMark
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    2/28/2013 2:18 AM
    If you are thinking of having clear braces then it is a best option. The clear braces are invisible and more comfortable than the metal braces. It looks nice and gives results quickly as compare to metal one.
    Dr. Sandhya Krishan
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    10/1/2013 4:28 AM

    Invisalign is a revolutionary way to help you get even, straight teeth without noticeable, painful metal braces. Virtually undetectable, Invisalign aligners are made of strong, clear plastic that gradually guides your teeth into perfect alignment.

    Unlike metal braces, they have no wires or brackets on which your lips or gums can snag. During your first evaluation, our dentists will help you determine if Invisalign® is a good option for you. We'll then design a treatment plan and take tooth impressions, from which Invisalign will develop accurate, personalized tooth-straightening devices, called aligners.

    Aligners slide directly over your teeth and are replaced every two weeks as your teeth shift into place. Depending on your case, you will wear them full-time (except when eating or drinking) for 12 to 24 months-no longer than you would wear traditional metal braces-and see your dentist about every six weeks for check-ups.


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    Lina
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    10/8/2013 12:01 AM
    Invisalign is a good method. But it is very expensive, if you want the cheaper method, maybe ceramic braces is good, it also clear.

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    DanyRoden
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    2/2/2016 2:29 AM
    Invisalign is costlier than ClearCorrect. Both products are virtually invisible and made of a clear plastic. Invisalign and ClearCorrect are both fantastic options for people who wish to straighten their teeth without braces.
    Werunting
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    3/28/2016 9:48 PM
    Hey. I don’t know anything about clear correct. I wore Invisalign at the age of 14 to correct my crooked teeth. And to talk about Invisalign, it is an orthodontic treatment to straighten your teeth and it can be removed anytime. The treatment time may vary from 6 months to 2 years and in my case, it was about 1.5 years. They are more comfortable during brushing and flossing and there won't be any food restrictions. Here is a blog which says about Invisalign treatment in detail.
    http://www.wilkandwilk.com/blog/ort...lign-work/
    Dr Motiwala
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    5/4/2016 2:49 AM
    Invisalign is nearly as popular as the word braces these days, but Clear Correct is newer and more mysterious. Invisalign has gained popularity and people seeking straight teeth can try other invisible options, like Clear Correct. Although they’re very similar, these two brands of clear and removable aligners have some key differences. For more details visit:http://thesinuslift.com/
    demorobi
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    5/17/2016 11:00 AM
    Invisalign aligners are the clear alternative to metal braces for adults, kids and teens. These clear aligners are the virtually invisible way to improve your smile.. Maybe you can find somethigh more here www.dentalfrog.com/
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