Northwest Arkansas Family Dental
Fayetteville, AR Dentist

3 Reasons Why it Isn’t Too Late to Have a Straighter Smile

Adults often avoid orthodontic treatment because braces are unappealing for many professionals or patients who have active social lives. You might have felt unhappy about your smile since you were a kid, or you might have failed to wear a retainer after having braces as a kid. 

It is important to remember that you are never too old for a straight, beautiful smile. Just ask your cosmetic dentist in Fayetteville for the facts.

#1 Straight Smiles Are Healthier

Overlapping and crowded teeth are more difficult to keep clean. As a result, cavities and gum disease can develop. Misaligned teeth also create issues with the bite and jaw comfort.

By opting for braces or clear Invisalign braces, you can enjoy the many health benefits of properly aligned teeth.

#2 Self-Confidence Is Priceless

If your smile is front and center, feeling confident in its appearance is priceless. Orthodontic treatment can add confidence and help make a great first impression.

Whether you are a busy professional or active in the social scene, straight teeth can give you an edge when it comes to making a great first impression.

#3 Adult Orthodontics Does Not Mean Braces

If you have been shying away from orthodontics because brackets and wires are so unappealing to you, you will be happy to know that Invisalign clear braces are nearly invisible. Beyond their appearance, they are also more comfortable and removable, making it easier to brush and floss normally.

If you have been considering cosmetic dentistry in Fayetteville or thinking of orthodontic treatment as an option for better health and greater self-esteem, we welcome you to get in touch to learn if Invisalign is right for your needs. A consultation with Dr. Wade Kifer will give you a chance to discuss your goals with an experienced Invisalign dentist.

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