Have you ever considered using Invisalign moderate on a case? As part of your dentist consultation, it’s important to check the features of your chosen package to see whether you’re taking the right approach for a particular client. Fortunately, we’ve outlined some key things you should know for your case selection on which type of Invisalign (or aligner) product you should use.
When to Use Invisalign Moderate
There are a handful of scenarios in which you may want to use Invisalign moderate, but these will be few and far between for most dentist portfolios and consultations.
Before taking on any case, try to work out how many aligners your patient should need. To add a little flexibility, double this number – and that’s the number of aligners you’ll want to count on to reduce your risk of revisions. If the number is below twenty, you may be able to try a moderate Invisalign plan. However, if the result is higher than this, there’s a good chance that Invisalign doesn’t fit for your patient’s needs.
Moderate for Invisalign should always be for very simple cases, usually once all of the teeth are fully in and erupted already. And don’t forget: moderate cases only include around two years of cover, which can mean patients who relapse aren’t covered.
Choose Comprehensive for the Best Invisalign Before and After
If you have been struggling to work out which option to use, we here at Straight Smile Solutions generally recommend going for the fully comprehensive Invisalign portfolio package rather than opting for moderate. This approach provides a much lower-pressure solution, giving patients less discomfort and more reliable results overall.
If you attempt Invisalign moderate, there may be a good chance that you’ll need to do additional revisions after the case is done. Why take that risk?