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Will My Diet Change During Invisalign Treatment?

Those who undergo Invisalign Treatment more often wonder if their diet gets affected one way or another.

The answer is fortunately no.

For those who are used to braces, they might think that the same routine applies to Invisalign but apparently, that’s not the case.

While the wires and brackets of traditional braces may require some significant changes to one’s diet like avoiding sticky or hard foods that may pull the brackets off, it is a complete contrast with Invisalign.

The advantage with Invisalign is that you don’t have any restrictions on the foods that you regularly eat since your aligners are removable.

Many patients actually share that having Invisalign even helps in curbing their appetite while some stated that they’ve lost weight during the treatment.

This is practical because the Invisalign aligners are to be worn at least 22 hours per day in order to achieve the targeted and desired results.

In times that the aligners are taken out to eat, the tendency is to clean and rinse them before being replaced again. With this, the process of eating snacks throughout the day becomes quite lengthy and as a result, many patients share that they begin to avoid eating outside of regular mealtime.

One of the best benefits of Invisalign aligners is that they are significantly clear and hardly noticeable. Given this, it is advisable to avoid drinking some beverages that can stain or discolor your aligners such as soda, tea, or coffee.

Invisalign users also claim that drinking more water instead helps them avoid beverages that may not be good at all for their oral health or waistline.

Understand why Invisalign is an in-demand oral treatment these days. Shinagawa Orthodontics has all the answers for you.

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