Invisalign Final Update – Teeth Straightening Part 3

Invisalign Final Update – Teeth Straightening Part 3

Invisalign Final Update

Invisalign Final Update

It’s been about 2 years since I started my teeth straightening journey. The whole process of my Invisalign wasn’t actually that long, I only wore it about one and a half years. If you want to know about the first part of my journey of Invisalign, make sure to click here.

Invisalign Update

Invisalign Final Update

As compared to the past, my teeth look damn perfect, right? I am so happy with the result!

I still have to wear those plastic aligners (aka. retainers) every night to maintain it. Even if you were to do braces you would have to wear it after your treatment too! I mean it can still be a hassle, after all, you have to wash the retainers and pop it in your mouth every night, only to take it out in the morning when you wake up. But, that’s the consequence of being vain, right?

Look at the before and after photos of me. I still can’t believe how by straightening my teeth, my whole looks kinda changed for the better! 

*ALERT! BRACE YOURSELF WITH MY VERY UGLY PHOTOS THAT WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO PUKE! 

Invisalign Final Update - Before and After

Invisalign Final Update – Before and After

Invisalign Final Update - Before and After

Invisalign Final Update – Before and After

You can see that my front teeth were protruding out so badly like a butterfly. I’m very bliss that now I look so much better.

Invisalign Final Update - Before and After

Invisalign Final Update – Before and After

A lot of differences right? The whole structure looks much more rounded and straighter looking as compared to the past. I wish you would totally ignore my yellowish teeth too! 🙁

Check out this video for my final session with my doctor, Dr. Kenneth Tan.

I’m very glad that I decided to go for Invisalign. Comparing the pictures of before and after makes me realize that how the structure of someone’s teeth can transform the overall look of a person. Not only that, I was able to present the very best of myself during the whole one and the half years of my treatment as the aligners were transparent and ‘invisible’.

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