What problems can Invisalign cause?

Can Invisalign Damage Teeth? Yes, Invisalign can damage your teeth – however, this is mostly if proper instructions have not been followed regarding your invisible braces. Invisalign is not painless, it’s pretty common for your teeth to feel sore and uncomfortable – especially after a new, tightened set.

Can Invisalign have negative effects?

For some, the reaction may be minor gum and mouth irritation, while others may experience more severe effects such as difficulty breathing, swelling of the throat or lips, blisters, or anaphylactic reactions.

Can Invisalign cause health problems?

According to the warning letter, allergic reactions to Invisalign braces reported by users include swollen and irritated lips, sore throats, a burning sensation on the tongue, ulcerations in the mouth and swollen lymph nodes. In some instances Invisalign side effects led consumers to stop using the braces.

Is it weird kissing with Invisalign?

They definitely don’t stop people going in for a kiss! Invisalign’s smooth aligners are designed to fit super-close to your teeth, so you don’t have to worry about your aligners dislodging or getting in the way of that perfect kiss.

Can Invisalign make your teeth fall out?

Well, not quite so simple. While Invisalign does move your teeth, bone is what holds them in place. Otherwise, they’d fall out! The pressure that Invisalign exerts on your teeth also puts pressure on this bone structure (allowing the teeth the space they need to move into a straighter position).

Can Invisalign cause nerve damage?

Tooth Vitality: If you have experienced a previous injury to the teeth, there is a possibility that the Invisalign® treatment could damage or kill the nerves. If we find that there is damage to the nerve, we may recommend that you get an endodontic treatment like a root canal or restorative surgery first.

Can Invisalign cause gum recession?

Invisalign Does Not Lead to Gum Disease Gum recession occurs when gum tissue is recessed and lowers its position on the tooth, creating exposure in the roots of the teeth. In most instances, Invisalign is not likely to cause recession.

Can I drink through a straw with Invisalign?

Again, drinking beverages with a straw is recommended when you’re undergoing Invisalign treatment. A straw allows the liquid less contact with your teeth and less contact with your Invisalign if they’re still in. If you simply must drink a sugary or alcoholic drink with Invisalign, use a straw.

Do orthodontists file teeth after Invisalign?

After Invisalign treatment, an orthodontist can complete minor reshaping, but if it’s more involved, find an advanced cosmetic dentist. It’s unlikely that your general dentist has enough experience to reshape your teeth precisely. At times, cosmetic dentists use composite bonding to finish the case.

Why would someone have a bad experience with Invisalign?

Most negative Invisalign feedback comes from patients who are unhappy with their final results. Why would a patient have a bad experience with Invisalign? Most negative Invisalign reviews blame dentists who fail to move teeth properly. What can go wrong with Invisalign?

What are the limitations of Invisalign®?

a) The shape of your teeth may impose limitations. As an example, if the crowns of your teeth (the portion of each tooth that fits into the aligner) are especially short, Invisalign® probably isn’t the best treatment choice for you.

Can Invisalign® correct malocclusions?

1) Invisalign® doesn’t make the best choice for correcting all types of malocclusions. In comparison to conventional (wire and brackets) braces, removable systems (like Invisalign®, ClearCorrect®, eCligner®, ClearPath®, Simpli 5®, etc…) don’t offer your dentist the same level of detailed control over creating some types of tooth movements.

What to expect when getting Invisalign® treatment?

What to expect. There have been isolated reports of what may be allergic reactions to the plastic that is used to make Invisalign® aligners. Historically, there were age limitations associated with having standard Invisalign® treatment.