invisalign vs braces

Why Invisalign Is a Better Option than Traditional Braces

Misaligned or crooked teeth do more than ruin your smile. Since they are more difficult to clean, the chances tooth decay and gum diseases increase. Braces are widely used for teeth straightening. However, traditional or metal braces are uncomfortable, unattractive and come with a few hassles. Invisalign or clear braces on the other hand, are far more convenient and offer a host of advantages. We at Coral Dental offer exceptional Invisalign treatment which is quick, effective and convenient.

If you too are looking for enhanced teeth straightening options but are struggling to choose between Invisalign braces and metal braces, this article can help you decide. Take a look

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clean invisalign aligners

Invisalign Aligners: Here’s How to Keep Them Clean

Invisalign braces or aligners are one of the most preferred options for teeth straightening as they are almost invisible, virtually painless and easy to wear and take off. So if you too have chosen them recently and have questions about cleaning them, this guide is all you need. Listed here are important do’s and don’ts about how to clean Invisalign.

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Invisalign tips

7 Tips to Make Your Invisalign Treatment a Smooth sailing Journey

Invisalign has helped to shape 5 million smiles, and each smile has made the system smarter, helping reduce treatment time to as little as 3 months! There are 20 years of research behind every Invisalign, all for every smile.

If you’ve just gotten a new set of aligners, you want to be sure you’re doing everything possible to take good care of them. These tips are simple and easy to practice wherever you are.

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Candidate for Invisalign

How do I Know if I’m a Candidate for Invisalign?

Maybe you’ve heard that Invisalign is more expensive than clear braces. But actually, when you compare the cost of both treatments, they’re about the same. Plus, Invisalign treatment gives your teeth a benefit most other aligners don’t. Like the one of a kind material that’s flexible for a better fitting feel. To the software that creates a digital roadmap that previews your new smile, the advances that help treatments finish five months faster than average braces. Of, course, both braces and Invisalign can correct a range of faces, from simple to complex. But, an Invisalign treatment is twice as likely to help you with higher self-esteem, now that you can’t put a price on.

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New Year's Resolution for a Whiter Smile

4 New Year’s Resolutions For a Healthier, Whiter Smile

With the new year upon us, you may have already started with a few resolutions and goals. Even if you haven’t as yet, it’s not late; you can decide to make them NOW. However, this time around, add better oral hygiene to your list of this new year’s resolutions.

Making sure that your smile stays brighter and shinier than ever before, doesn’t have to be hard if you add these 4 resolutions to your list of aspirations for the New Year.

# 1 – Commit To Healthy Oral Habits

Brushing and flossing are key elements in your oral health routine. Inculcate these habits in your daily routine:

  • Commit to brushing and flossing twice a day.
  • Vow to floss twice a day, every day.
  • Brush for a full two minutes.
  • Use proper techniques while brushing or flossing.
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Dental Care Tips

Dental Care Tips for People at Different Stages of Life

Every life stage demands its own unique dental care. No matter where you are at in your journey, this collection of age-targeted dental care tips will help you through.

Stage 1: Babies and Infants (0 to 3 years)

They may have few teeth or none at all. Nevertheless, they require the same attention to oral hygiene as adults.

  • If the baby is teething, rub your baby’s gums and give a cold teething ring to chew on.
  • If the first tooth begins to appear, clean the baby’s upper and lower gums and the teeth twice a day with a clean, damp, washcloth.
  • Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and water. Toothpaste is not recommended before age 2.
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You are about to lose your remaining 2018 dental benefits!

You definitely don’t want to lose your money, especially in today’s tough economy. But that’s exactly what will happen if you don’t use your remaining 2018 dental benefits by December 31.

Since you pay for this benefit, you are entitled to use the full amount each year. Any unused amount will be lost forever. In addition to the financial loss, you could also suffer the unnecessary loss of necessary dental care.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. An inexpensive problem – a chipped or damaged tooth, a broken crown or filling, preventive gum care – could be solved before it becomes an expensive problem. If you need a more complex or extensive procedure – a root canal, new crown, bridge, denture or implant – you can start now and finish the work after December 31 when your new benefit year begins with the full amount! And for those procedures with higher co-pays or treatment fees, our Care Credit program can give you easy access to flexible, no-interest financing and affordable payments for up to 12 months upon credit approval.

One quick phone call can correct this problem.

We value you as our patient and we want you to get the most from your dental care. But there are only a few months left before your current benefits expire. If you need any care, now is the time to put your benefits to use. And all you have to do is call for your year-end benefit review appointment today so we can schedule a time that works best for you.

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