A perfect smile is at the top of most people’s wish list, and with aligners, achieving your ideal smile is as simple as ever. Along with the responsibility of properly wearing your aligners comes the responsibility of keeping them properly clean, but do you really know how to do that? A toothbrush and toothpaste alone simply won’t cut it, but with the help of these simple steps you can easily keep your aligners clean and your mouth fresh.
When used properly, an aligner spends a lot of time in your mouth, which makes keeping it clean that much more important. An unclean or improperly cleaned aligner can easily accumulate bacteria that can cause dental problems, including cavities and bad breath. While the proper use of your aligner is essential to creating your best possible smile, the proper cleaning and care is just as important to be sure your aligner remains in good condition throughout the duration of use. This way you can rest easy your aligner won’t leave you with anything more than straight teeth in the end.
Properly cleaning your aligner is relatively simple, it just requires a few steps beyond simply brushing it and storing it in a safe place. The steps necessary to clean your aligner are very similar to the steps you’d take when cleaning an aligner. Here are 3 simple steps to keep both in excellent condition:
In addition to giving you a place to store your aligners where you won’t lose them between uses, soaking your aligners is an excellent way to make sure these appliances only serve their intended purpose of straightening your teeth, without leaving you prone to future dental problems.
Your smile is often the first impression you make on a person, so make sure it’s a good one. Are you ready to straighten your teeth and achieve that award-winning smile you’ve always dreamed of? With aligners you can do just that—it’s simple as wearing trays as advised and caring for them properly.Get Started Today
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