Patients can receive Invisalign with their teeth joined together, but the order of treatments matters. Composite bonding can be done before or after Invisalign, but not during orthodontic treatment. Invisalign works faster than traditional braces, but the process is still gradual. Composite bonding works by altering the appearance of the tooth, and both treatments work together to help you achieve the perfect smile.
Invisalign treatments and composite bonding treatments are complementary, as they both improve the appearance of your teeth. Since a digital model of your teeth was created to manufacture Invisalign aligners, these dimensions should not be changed during treatment. If you receive a composite joint during your orthodontic treatment, it's inevitable that the dimensions of your teeth will alter. This means that the aligners may no longer fit as they should.
The composite joint can be safely applied before or after treatment with Invisalign, but not during treatment. As an expert in orthodontics, I recommend that patients understand all aspects of Invisalign before beginning treatment. This includes knowing about the various accessories available for Invisalign, such as retainers and whitening trays. Invisalign and composite bonding are treatments that work together to help you achieve the perfect smile.
The composite joint can help create smoother tooth shapes and sizes and can be used to repair any remaining chips, cracks, or spaces left after Invisalign treatment. Invisalign is an orthodontic treatment that works in harmony with most dental restorations. Remember that Invisalign trays are manufactured in a laboratory and are based on impressions taken of the patient's teeth at the start of treatment. In conclusion, Invisalign and composite bonding may not seem like related dental procedures, but they're actually two treatments that complement each other very well when it comes to creating a new smile.
But will your next Invisalign treatment be as successful when your teeth have been restored with a composite joint? If you're considering Invisalign braces or would like to learn more about how you can achieve the perfect smile, contact us today to schedule a free 30-minute consultation.