Friday, Sep 04,2020
Healthy Gums with Invisalign

In order to avoid gum issues, oral health care is vital but sometimes, despite having a good routine, gum diseases may be present. Misaligned or open spaced teeth may be the root cause of issues like receding gums, bleeding gums, bone loss, tooth mobility.

Did you know?

Teeth that are crooked or crowded are more prone to gum disease. It is difficult to clean overlapping surfaces of the teeth, which cause plaque accumulation in those areas that are hard to reach. Eventually, build up of plaque causing gum disease.

Orthodontic treatment or treatment with braces is an option to move the teeth, However it is often difficult to prevent gum disease because of the inability to reach all areas of your teeth while brushing. This leads to plaque build up and inflammation of the gums.

Invisalign brings you an option to gradually move your teeth with clear aligners or transparent trays that are removable. Not only are they invisible but they can also help improve your oral hygiene by removing them to clean your teeth properly.

But how does Invisalign improve the health of your gums?

Its quite simple!

  • Clear, removable trays are used to align  your teeth. Therefore, you can remove them while eating, eliminating food trap in your teeth like what happens with traditional orthodontic treatment.
  • Whats the greatest secret to healthy gums? Good oral hygiene! Since you can remove the Invisalign retainers, you can brush and floss properly
  • Crowded teeth are difficult to clean even without braces, leading to more build up. With Invisalign, as the teeth gradually move into their new position, it becomes easier to clean them properly improving the health of your gums. With Invisalign, you can take great care of your teeth even while they are moving!


There are several reasons to choose Invisalign. They are invisible, easy to wear, hassle-free, plus they look great without having that metal smile!

Get the Healthy Smile you deserve, Contact us now to start Invisalign today!!