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Dallas Dentist, Dr. Kyle Keeter Can Transform Your Smile 
            This Year Painlessly,With LUMINEERS!

Join us for our LUMIDAY event and preview your bright, beautiful new smile.

Call or stop by for a FREE Lumineers Consultation.

Tuesday, April 3rd 2012

 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

April 3rd - 30th, 2012

LUMINEERS Smile Makeover
-10 LUMINEERS $8995
-8 LUMINEERS $7995

Your new life begins with your new LUMINEERS® thin veneers smile. They’re beautiful, proven long-lasting…and they’re permanently white.

The procedure is painless, doesn’t require removal of sensitive tooth structure as with traditional veneers and is often accomplished in 2 short dental appointments.*

You’ll love your new LUMINEERS smile.

*Tooth contouring may be necessary. Individual cases may vary.


 Dr. Kyle Keeter  

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Braces or Invisalign?

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Many folks have crooked teeth that need to be placed back in alignment again. We've all heard of braces but what about Invisalign, another option for getting things put right? If you have just discovered you need to wear something to straighten your teeth, the argument for Invisalign vs braces is definitely well worth exploring in more detail.

Okay so what is Invisalign?

It's basically another kind of brace, with the main difference being that it is removable. In addition to this you get to wear different sets of aligners, as they are called, so the results are seen over the course of several weeks. If your teeth aren't as straight as you would like them to be, Invisalign could give you the difference you are looking for. It could also be a great alternative to the traditional braces that you normally see other people wearing.

Why is this different to wearing normal braces?

There's no doubt that you know when you see someone wearing braces. They are very visible and they can be uncomfortable too. The biggest difference between Invisalign vs braces is that you can remove Invisalign aligners if you need to. Obviously you'll need to wear them regularly to get the results you want, but it's good to know you can take them out if need be. In addition to this the Invisalign solution is virtually invisible, so you can wear the aligners all day and no one need know you have them on. They'll take a little getting used to, just as braces would, but they don't show up anywhere near as much.

What are the main advantages?

The main advantage has already been mentioned above - invisibility. People need to wear braces for a long time to get the results they want. The same applies to Invisalign. Teeth don't straighten themselves out overnight, unfortunately!

However you'll look a lot better and feel more confident when you're wearing a virtually invisible set of aligners rather than having a mouth full of horrible unsightly metal. Indeed your job situation may simply not be suited to wearing a brace of this kind.

Another advantage is that they're very comfortable to wear. They're designed to fit your mouth and no one else's, and this means they're incredibly comfy and very pleasant to wear once you've gotten used to them.

Does Invisalign always work?

It works for plenty of different people for sure. But each individual case is different so you may want to consult with a dentist to see whether you are the right person to wear Invisalign. It's good to know you have other options just in case they wouldn't work as well for you.

But if you have the choice of both, Invisalign vs braces should only come out with one solution. If you want to carry on looking good and feeling good while your teeth start to straighten out, Invisalign is really the best option to go for.

Dallas Dentist, Dr. Kyle Keeter, has been offering his patients Invisalign for many years, and he is one of Dallas's Invisalign Preferred Providers. Invisalign is the virtually invisible way to straighten your teeth without braces, metal wires, or brackets.

Article by Junior Thorton


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