People who want straight teeth should speak to a dentist to see if Invisalign braces will be suitable for them.
This is the recommendation of Minneapolis orthodontist Dr Trudy Bonvino, who explained that a professional will be able to check out the state of a person's smile to see if they will be a suitable candidate for the treatment.
It will also be possible to see if there is any crowding, overbite or underbite present that may affect the way the invisible braces work.
"Knowing precisely what needs to be corrected is another step toward determining whether Invisalign is the best method of correcting it," Dr Bonvine commented.
The expert suggested that this kind of brace may be particularly suitable for those who have demanding schedules, as they can be fitted in fewer appointments.
This comes after Baystate Dental told WWLP.com earlier this month that Invisalign braces will work best if they are left in the mouth for the recommended 21 to 22 hours per day.