InvisalignⓇ Common Asked Questions

Common Questions about InvisalignⓇ

For most people living with Invisalign it’s a breeze to deal with on a day-to-day basis. InvisalignⓇ allows you to receive straighter teeth in a time frame which best suits your lifestyle. If you’re living with Invisalign clear aligners or have just received them continue reading to learn tips and ideas to better care for your clear braces.

Commonly asked questions about Invisalign

What can you eat with Invisalign?

The great thing about Invisalign is that you can pretty much eat anything you want. you don’t have the same restrictions to your eating habits as you would if you had traditional braces. 

The one thing to keep in mind when eating your favorite foods while undergoing Invisalign treatment is that the Invisalign tray should be removed prior to the beginning of your meal.Also be sure to rinse out your trays before replacing them back in your mouth after your meal to maintain proper oral hygiene during your treatment. 

Can I drink cold or hot drinks while wearing my Invisalign retainers?

Overly sugary and alcoholic beverages should not be consumed while wearing your aligners since they can lead to plaque buildup within the trays leading to greater oral complications later on in life. 

Since the Invisalign trays can warp, become stained, and discolored it’s best to stay away from hot beverages such as coffee to allow thin liners to maintain the original integrity. The only exception to this rule is drinking cold water while wearing your Invisalign retainers.

Can I chew gum with Invisalign? 

Just like traditional braces you should not chew gum while wearing your Invisalign retainers. However you can remove the retainers and chew gum as you please.

For more resources on how to care for your Invisalign braces contact our offices located in Miami Beach, Florida. Also be sure to schedule an appointment to speak with Dr. Saidi to make sure your Invisalign trays are working properly. 

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