Wednesday, July 20, 2011

ode to the invisalign retainer

ode to the invisalign retainer
living with this gizmo
takes a knack
it is impossible to
remove
so you cannot snack
you cannot drink
liquids that have color
or are hot
or the invisalign retainer
will become a not
it has to be brushed
several times a day
or the halitosis will
hang around and play
cannot let the new
gizmomo go adrift
or these sorry choppaz
will start to shift

1 comment:

Garger said...

Invisalign is the clear way to straighten teeth without braces, using aligners. Aligners are removable and virtually invisible, which means you can straighten your teeth without anyone knowing; and you can still eat and drink what you want. Also, you can brush and floss normally to maintain healthy gums and teeth; and there are no wires, metal or brackets to cause mouth abrasions.

Many of our patients had never considered traditional braces but are now happily and comfortably improving their smiles with Invisalign.
WHAT IS INVISALIGN?

Invisible way to straighten your teeth without braces.
Series of clear, removable, custom-made Aligners.
Uses no metal wires or brackets.
Custom-made for comfort.

HOW DOES INVISALIGN WORK?

Wear each set of Aligners for about two weeks.
Remove only to eat, drink, brush and floss.
Your teeth will move gradually each week.
Visit us every 8-10 weeks.
Total treatment time averages 6-15 months.
Average number of Aligners is between 18 and 30.


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