I’m constantly asked about how teeth can impact your success in life, both good and bad. I was recently quoted in Marie Claire and thought I would share the article with my visitors.
“Instead of adolescents, I largely encountered other BlackBerry-armed suit-and-tie types in the waiting room of my Manhattan orthodontist, Dr. Joseph Hung. “The adults who come to me are busy, and they don’t want to look like they’re wearing braces,” Hung told me. Since the Invisalign trays are computer-generated, he can send patients home with several at once. “That means fewer follow-up appointments,” he noted. After all, who has time to duck out of the office every few weeks for a tune-up?”
I see Invisalign as a discreet way to straighten your teeth in the fastest time possible. The technology is not only advanced, but it saves you trips to the orthodontist if you follow your plan correctly and wear your aligners 22 hours a day. If your goal is to “get-ahead” then you should consider your overall appearance and the perceptions others have about you. There is no doubt that having a beautiful smile plays a big role in both dating/relationships and business.