When your teeth are all crooked it can make your self-conscious about smiling, but there are things that you can do to straighten your smile. There are a few different options you can choose, depending on how much you can afford to spend. Below are some of the options you may want to consider if your teeth are crooked, and you want to have them straightened.
Dental veneers are a way to visually improve the look of the teeth without having to wear braces. They are like false fingernails for the teeth and give the illusion they are perfectly straight. However, it is also an expensive option and takes extensive work to complete.
With Invisalign, Malaysia dentists can straighten your teeth without wearing cumbersome and unsightly braces on your teeth. The clear retainer is almost invisible, and you can remove it when you are eating or drinking, and you get a new retainer every two weeks. The teeth will slowly straighten over time, and the procedure can last between 12 and 24 months. It is also an excellent option for self-conscious people who are reluctant to wear braces because they do not like how they look.
Dental crowns are another way to make the teeth appear straight without having to wear braces or other orthodontic devices. They work by placing a crown on a wonky tooth, rather than trying to move it, and making it appear straight and in line with the rest of your teeth. If you have one wonky tooth, this is an excellent option, but it can be expensive if you need work on multiple teeth.
One of the most cost-effective solutions is using traditional braces to straighten your teeth. However, many people do not like the look of these, and they can take some time to get used to wearing them. It can make cleaning your teeth hard work as you cannot remove them, and you may also need to change your diet to prevent food from becoming lodged in your braces.
These are a few options you have when you want to straighten your teeth when they are crooked, but there are more besides. If you are self-conscious of your smile because your teeth are not straight, visit your local dentist today. They will be able to go through all the methods available and the different costs involved and recommend a treatment that will be suitable for you and your budget.