Invisalign TX is both in-office aligners that you wear on your teeth. The first one was released in the UK in 1991. It is still one of the most popular aligners used by orthodontists. Though it is still used by many people, it is now on its third edition.
Invisalign is worn in the mouth by a patient or an optometrist. It can be removed when required by pulling a wire that runs along the line of the mouth and connecting to a control box. With Invisalign TX, the control box is attached to a transmitter, which is placed inside the mouthpiece. It can be worn for an entire day or it can be removed when needed.
There are some drawbacks with the Invisalign system. One is that it does not fit everyone. Some people’s teeth are not straight enough to get Invisalign fitted, but they can easily get it removed before wearing it for more than 10 minutes.
The second problem is that sometimes the alignment trays can break. It has happened to many people, but there are only so many Invisalign centers in the UK and the US. It happens when people throw the trays, or when they misplace them. Invisalign Texas is intending to eliminate this problem by attaching itself to a motorised tray that releases the tray when the receiver is rotated.
It also works well for people with full smiles, like middle-aged patients and babies. It works well for younger patients with partial and moderate to severe gaps, but it may not be suitable for children with dental fissures or clefts.
An added benefit of Invisalign TX is that there is no cutting required when fitting the trays. It fits over the whole teeth and can be removed without any pain or damage to the soft tissue.
Since Invisalign TX is removable, it is becoming increasingly popular. Not only can you remove it when needed, but you can remove it easily. This makes it convenient for people who do not wish to undergo an invasive dental procedure. Invisalign TX is also easier to take care of than Invisalign, though you still need to take it in for maintenance checkups.
Invisalign TX was only recently introduced to the market. It is known to have great success in reducing gaps between teeth, as well as helping people smile more comfortably.