LOS ANGELES, Dec. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles Invisalign provider, Dr. Kevin Sands DDS, straightens teeth with Invisalign. Uneven teeth and a misaligned bite can increase a person's risk of developing certain dental health problems. While many people have dental braces in their teen years, others may not have the opportunity and so enter into adulthood still struggling with orthodontic issues. These can be a cosmetic concern as well as a dental health problem.
About Dr. Kevin Sands, Expert in Invisalign Los Angeles
A top Los Angeles Invisalign provider, Dr. Kevin Sands is an LVI Preferred Dentist. He has been featured on TLC, MSNBC and EW.com as well as in "GQ" and "Cosmopolitan" magazines. A graduate of the University of Southern California's School of Dentistry, Dr. Kevin Sands continued his studies at the Las Vegas Institute. He offers a wide array of cosmetic dental services, including Invisalign, porcelain veneers, teeth whitening and smile makeovers. Visit http://www.invisalign-losangeles.net for more information.
Invisalign is a ground-breaking treatment option that can straighten teeth and align jaws in teens and adults. It is most appropriate for those with mild to moderate bite and alignment issues, including underbites, crossbites, overbites, improperly spaced teeth and crooked teeth. Dr. Kevin Sands works with patients to help them understand their options and creates completely tailored treatment plans that can improve the health and appearance of their smiles.
Unlike traditional braces that use metal wires and brackets to align teeth, Invisalign uses smooth, comfortable trays. These trays are made of a durable clear plastic that blends seamlessly with teeth for a more discreet treatment experience without the irritation of rough metal and broken wires. Each patient has a computerized model of his or her smile made, and the aligners are crafted using this model. New aligners are worn about every two weeks to keep the teeth moving in the correct direction.
Removable aligners allow patients to continue eating and drinking as usual, and patients can remove their aligners to brush and floss thoroughly. Many patients are better able to manage their dental hygiene needs since there is no need for special tools or complicated procedures.
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