Invisalign clear aligners have been used by several celebrities to straighten their teeth or address other orthodontic issues. Our Victoria dentists have compiled a list of celebrities who have chosen Invisalign.
You have a few options if you want to straighten your teeth. If your dentist thinks you're a good candidate, Invisalign could be one of your options. Many people are unaware that celebrities have straightened their teeth with clear aligners.
Which celebrities have worn Invisalign?
Several celebrities have chosen Invisalign, including:
Zac used to have a diastema, which was a gap between his molars and incisors. He used Invisalign to correct the issue, and you might not even notice he has it anymore.
Tennis player Serena Williams chose Invisalign treatment when she was 16 years old. She now has a straighter, more aesthetically pleasing smile as a result of her Invisalign treatment. Her grin is now as big as her Grand Slam victories.
Oprah hasn't spoken about her Invisalign treatment in public, but she has been photographed wearing the clear aligners during her show. Her smile has gotten a lot of attention, possibly due to her orthodontic treatment.
Katherine decided to have her teeth straightened before her wedding. Her Invisalign experience was so positive that she coined the term "Netflix for your teeth" to describe the clear aligners.
Even models can have tooth misalignment issues. Bundchen decided to use Invisalign to correct a problem with one of her teeth that was shifting out of place.
The Duchess of Cambridge is well-known for her impeccable style (she is also a wife to Prince William). In the months leading up to what royal observers dubbed "The Wedding of the Century," she followed her orthodontist's advice and used Invisalign to correct some of her orthodontic issues.
Ask Your Dentist About Invisalign
Invisalign has been used by ordinary people as well as celebrities to straighten their teeth and correct orthodontic issues. Consult your dentist to see if Invisalign can help you with tooth alignment, jaw alignment, bite problems, or other orthodontic issues.