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Invisalign is the new must have for over sixties

Tue

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Invisalign is the new must have for over sixtiesYou are only as old as you feel and this is why Invisalign is the new must have for over sixties. More and more people are opting for discreet teeth straightening and the older generations are getting in on the action. Sixty-four-year-old Karen Nazor Hill is an advocate for the process and wants to show that it is available to anyone in spite of age.

Recently, due to age related shifting, Karen and her orthodontist decided that something needed to be done. Therefore, Invisalign treatment was explored, and both agreed that this would be the best way forward.

Karen was published in The Times Free Press. “Some people may question why I’m choosing to have this done so late in life. It’s a simple answer. I smile a lot, and my teeth are important to me. In the last couple of years, though, they are becoming crowded and, as a result, shifting. Also, my daughter, Karah, 40, got Invisalign about a year ago. The result is one of the most beautiful smiles I’ve ever seen”. Karen is due to start her treatment in the near future.

This story just goes to show that you are never too old to make a positive change and we wish Karen all the best through her Invisalign journey.

 

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Invisalign’s invasion of Twitter

Fri

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Invisalign's invasion of TwitterWednesday afternoon was like any other for the social media giants, that is until Invisalign’s invasion of Twitter took over. Invisalign featured in the top trending list on that day, and no one knows why.

Bizarrely, the word ‘Invisalign’ was being used in completely unrelated posts, even a Tweet relating to the US president which was hashtagged Invisalign. This gained a lot of attention and re-Tweets. There was also an abundance of Tweets that just simply read ‘Invisalign’. Other tags were Tweets talking about why Invisalign was trending in such a way for apparently no reason at all.

All this media attention also prompted an array of memories, memes, and funny anecdotes from the general public. “My #Invisalign memory: Friend took the trays out at a restaurant & put them in a napkin. All food & the napkin thrown away at end of meal.” One thing is for sure, the makers of Invisalign will have no complaints about all the extra free publicity it has received over the last few days.

 

Pearl Dental Clinic is open 7 days a week from 9am to 10pm. You can book an appointment by calling us on 0203 750 5303 or emailing us or booking an appointment online

Jason Dundas is to become an ambassador for Invisalign

Mon

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It has been announced that Jason Dundas is to become an ambassador for Invisalign. The Australian celebrity is best known for being a television presenter. His current role sees him hosting the Australian X-Factor. The celebrity will join the likes of Zac Efron, Serena Williams, and Eva Longoria in receiving the prestigious award. He is Australia’s first ambassador for the company.Jason Dundas is to become an ambassador for Invisalign

It was no secret that the 34-year-old was unhappy with his teeth before undergoing Invisalign treatment. He had made comments previously that his crooked teeth were a ‘burden’ to him. He also said that he thought he was ‘too old’ for teeth straightening. However, after seeking advice he realised that Invisalign treatment was very accessible. The brace was clear and removable so it did not interfere with his work.

Following his treatment, the star’s confidence and career saw a real boost. He was quoted on The Mail Online. “It just sort of changed my confidence level a bunch and my career kind of exploded after I had it done. It just took off.” It is amazing how straight teeth can make such a difference to how people look and feel.

 

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Kim Kardashian’s dentist reveals all

Mon

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Kim Kardashian’s dentist reveals all on just how the mega star gets such a perfect smile. Dr. Kevin Sands is a well-known celebrity dentist due to his talent and skill. As well as the Kardashian family, he also treats Hollywood celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, and Miley Cyrus.

Dr. Sands, Kim Kardashian’s dentist reveals all….

Dr. Sands has said that the secret to Kim’s beautiful smile is simply undergoing teeth whitening and Invisalign braces. According to Dr. Sands, Kim has teeth whitening twice a year to ensure a dazzlingly white smile. At age twenty-eight she also had Invisalign clear braces to straighten her misaligned smile. The results from Invisalign, coupled with regular whitening, has given her one on the most well-known smiles in Hollywood.

Dr. Sands’ expert advice was featured on Hollywoodlife.com. “For optimal results, you should get a cleaning before you get a whitening — any plaque on your teeth will not bleach. You need to avoid coloured foods for the first 48 hours after your teeth whitening. Your pores are more exposed and susceptible to stain.” Therefore, if you would like a smile like Kim’s then Invisalign treatment and teeth whitening are the way forward.

 

Pearl Dental Clinic is open 7 days a week from 9am to 9pm. You can book an appointment by calling us on 0208 547 9997 or emailing us or booking an appointment online

Luke Franks gets invisalign

Thu

Popular YouTuber, Luke Franks, has recently embarked on Invisalign teeth straightening treatment to rectify his misaligned smile. In true YouTube style Luke has decided to vlog his treatment on his channel, so his thousands of fans can follow his progress every step of the way.

Luke has openly admitted how self-conscious he feels about his teeth and, due to being in the public eye, constantly obsesses over his appearance. He has said that Invisalign is the perfect treatment, as it is virtually invisible, so it will not interfere with his radio, television, and YouTube pursuits. Luke previously had braces as a child, however his teeth reverted back to their previous position. He was very impressed by the difference in Invisalign to the fixed brace he had in his younger years.

Dr Mohsen Tehranian is the orthodontist performing Luke’s treatment and has successfully provided over two thousand people with Invisalign throughout his career. Dr Tehranian has said that Luke has over crowding to his bottom teeth, however, the issue should be straightforward to fix and will be completed in around six to eight months. He was also able to see a digital representation of what his teeth will look like when the process is finished through specialised Clincheck software.

 

 

 

People with braces ‘should brush teeth after every meal’

Thu

People with braces 'should brush teeth after every meal'People who have fitted braces should brush their teeth after every meal to ensure they maintain a healthy- looking smile.

Making sure the mouth is clean after eating sticky or sweet substances will improve the appearance of braces as well as increasing the wearer's confidence, according to consultant orthodontist Dr Aisha Bataringaya-Sekalala.

Speaking to the Daily Monitor, she advised people with braces to use the specially prescribed toothbrush given to them by their dentist.

People are also urged to carry a travel toothbrush with them to make brushing more convenient for brace wearers.

Dr Bataringaya-Sekalala also recommends people ensure their braces are fitted correctly to make the most out of their function.

BBC Radio 1 suggests people with braces stick to soft food for the first few days after getting braces fitted to ensure they do not get dislodged.

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Invisalign braces recommended for realigning teeth

Wed

Invisalign braces have been recommended for being inconspicuous.Invisalign braces could be an ideal option for people who find that their teeth are beginning to grow out of line when they reach adulthood.

American Health and Beauty explained that they are created by a computer so they fit the patient's teeth exactly and then apply the right amount of pressure to move them gently.

When the teeth sit comfortably within that mould, a new one is fitted to then move them a little bit more until they are completely straight.

"Invisalign braces are an inconspicuous option," the publication commented.

Last month, Justin Fenner, writing for the Into the Gloss section of Styleite, said that anyone who opts for Invisalign braces to straighten their teeth must wear them as recommended by their dentist in order to get the best results

He pointed out that people who take them out during the day and only put them back in to sleep are unlikely to achieve straighter teeth because the braces do not have time to work.
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Invisalign braces ‘could be better for children and teenagers’

Tue

Invisalign braces may be better for youngsters than metal ones.Opting for Invisalign braces for your children could be a better option than getting the fitted with traditional metal ones.

This is according to the health and fitness section of Lon’s Article Directory, which said there are a number of different options available for when youngsters’ teeth do not grow in line as they should.

“In case your teenager is worried about looking ‘uncool’ in front of their friends and peers, you may want to consider orthodontic options such as lingual braces or Invisalign,” the anonymous author commented.

However, it pointed out that while lingual braces could cut the tongue, the Invisalign option will be less painful, less obtrusive and not as expensive.

Parents could consider braces for their children when they are between 11 and 15 years old, the article concluded.

Last month, DentistryIQ.com said Invisalign braces are ideal for patients who do not want their orthodontic treatment to be on their mind all day every day.
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Invisalign braces ‘will work without interfering with your life’

Mon

Invisalign braces will not be on your mind all day every day.Invisalign braces have been recommended as the ideal way to transform anyone’s smile without interfering too much in their everyday lives.

DentistryIQ.com stated that the system of providing patients with clear aligners that are changed every two weeks is much better than having to have traditional braces fitted.

Invisalign gently moves your teeth into position, all the while offering you maximum discretion,” the article commented.

The fact that Invisalign braces allow the wearer to eat, drink and brush their teeth was also highlighted as a plus point.

Should patients being treated in this way wish to add “the wow factor”, they could also consider having teeth whitening treatment after their smile has been realigned, DentistryIQ.com suggested.

At the recent British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry conference, 22 per cent of dentists said they are now using Invisalign braces to complement existing orthodontic treatments for patients.

This was put down to a growing trend for non-invasive procedures among Britons.

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Dentists recommend Invisalign braces amid non-invasive trend

Thu

Invisalign braces are popular with dentists.Dentists have said they are seeing increasing numbers of patients coming in for Invisalign braces in order to correct their smiles non-invasively.

At the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry conference being held in London this week, healthcare practitioners said they are now performing 50 per cent fewer “extensive smile makeovers” than was the case in 2008.

Instead, people are opting to alter their own teeth subtly, with invisible braces like Invisalign proving especially popular.

Indeed, 22 per cent of dentists said they are now using the brand to complement existing orthodontic treatments for patients.

Last month, Invisalign announced it will soon be launching its G3 range, which features new aligners and a precision cuts option. It hopes this will improve treatment for both patients undergoing cosmetic dentistry and their dentists.

Myleene Klass is among the celebrities to have recently revealed she wears invisible braces to correct her slightly out-of-line teeth.
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