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The main differences between Invisalign® and standard braces are obvious; Invisalign® contains no metal, is removable, and is completely see-through, so no one knows you’re wearing braces. However, there are some essential differences between the two kinds of treatments that are important to keep in mind when evaluating which method is the best one for meeting your goals and fitting into your lifestyle:
Bleeding gums are often shrugged off by dental patients as something that everyone experiences occasionally that will go away on its own and isn’t necessarily cause for alarm. However, persistent bleeding during flossing is indeed a common complaint because gum disease is the most pervasive dental health problems across all patients. Bleeding while you floss is a sign of infection and should be taken seriously, but helping to understand why this happens requires knowledge of how gum disease works and what bleeding gums actually mean. It starts with individuals who do not habitually floss their teeth:
As an innovative solution to tooth loss that does not involve removable prosthesis or the alteration of healthy teeth, implants are the most effective way to correct the series of problems presented by missing teeth. Patients with gaps in their smiles from lost teeth find implants necessary to alleviate the series of everyday problems that missing teeth and traditional solutions, like dentures, can create, such as the inability to eat certain foods and the hassle of applying and removing temporary teeth each day.
Dental implants are necessary for providing patients with the following benefits: