If you’re reading this blog, there’s a good chance you’ve already begun wearing your new Invisalign® clear retainers and just want to make sure you’re caring for them properly. It’s important to clean and care for your retainers according to the dentist’s instructions to ensure they last do their job of straightening your teeth.
Invisalign® clear aligners are the preferred choice of many Spokane cosmetic dentists and residents because they are virtually impossible to see, they’re much more comfortable than traditional braces, and they’re easier to keep clean. Caring properly for your aligners, according to your dentist’s instructions, will also ensure the teeth and gums under the clear aligners remain healthy, also.
If you’re wearing Invisalign® in Spokane, Washington, you’ve already taken a big step in getting the dazzling straight smile you have always wanted. Now you just have to let the Invisalign® aligners do the work, but you have to keep them clean and safe for your teeth and gums. In this blog, you will see the word “trays” when referring to an Invisalign® aligner—a tray is one set of Invisalign® teeth straighteners, not to be confused with the “case,” for the aligner, which is where you store your trays when they’re not in your mouth.