Do you want to straighten your crooked teeth? Straightening teeth not only improves the appearance of your smile, but can also stop dental problems from developing.
Crooked teeth may increase the risk of:
- Tooth decay
- Gum disease
- Jaw and bite disorders
- Gum recession
- Worn teeth
- Broken teeth
Patients with crooked teeth are at risk of developing bruxism, or clenching and grinding teeth. This can result in worn down teeth. Straighter teeth are also easier to clean. Areas between crooked teeth that are difficult to clean may develop tooth decay. But how can crooked teeth be treated?
Treating Crooked Teeth
After a consultation with Dr. Raymond Ribitch, you may get one of these treatments:
- Invisalign: Using a series of clear aligners, you can get a straighter smile faster than if you were using traditional metal braces. Invisalign gradually straightens teeth over time comfortably and safely.
- Porcelain Veneers: Porcelain veneers are custom fabricated to match the color and shape of natural teeth. Once the veneers are adhered to the teeth, they will look and function like natural teeth.
- Tooth Bonding: This alternative to porcelain veneers uses a composite material which is shaped to teeth and then polished for a natural shine.
Straighten Crooked Teeth Today
Do you want to fix your crooked teeth? Call to schedule an appointment with Dr. Ribitch at 989.200.3896. Dr. Ribitch and his professional dental team are dedicated to providing patients of every age with comfortable and comprehensive dental treatment.