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Miami area dentist answers, "Is Six Month Braces a good alternative for Invisalign?"

Patients with imperfections in their smiles often ask Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr. of Miami Modern Dental about cosmetic procedures that can be done to enhance the appearance of their teeth. While conditions such as breakage and staining may benefit from the placement of porcelain veneers or dental bonding, patients with misaligned teeth may be better suited for orthodontic services. However, when patients think of orthodontics, they often think of metal brackets and wires glued to the teeth, resulting in a less than desirable appearance during treatment. This can be a turn off for both teenagers and adults and keep them from aligning their smiles. Thankfully, advances have occurred in cosmetic and restorative dentistry and now patients can visit Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr. and learn about orthodontic solutions that are wonderful alternatives such as Invisalign and Six Month Braces.

Invisalign uses aligner therapy to reposition teeth. Patients wear a clear aligner tray that is custom-made and helps gradually move teeth into a better position within the dental arch. Six Month Braces is another way to achieve better alignment, but uses tooth-colored brackets and wires for discreet treatment. Some patients may ask, "Is Six Month Braces a good alternative for Invisalign?"

At Miami Modern Dental, we understand that every patient is unique, as is their dental situation. We want to ensure that patients choose treatments that are most appropriate for their specific needs and budget. Because of this, it is important for Drs. Marlon Pasquier, Sr. and Marlon Pasquier, Jr. to consult with patients and provide a thorough examination to determine which orthodontic service is better suited for them. For some patients, Six Month Braces may be a better option. This procedure is best for individuals who have minor misalignment of the six teeth near the front of the mouth. Quick realignment can be achieved using this method. However, patients with mild to moderate misalignment of other teeth or in the bite may see better results with Invisalign. Invisalign is appropriate for realigning bites and teeth that are not near the front of the mouth. Treatment may take longer, but results are wonderful and comparable to that of traditional metal bracket and wire braces through an orthodontist.

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