Affordable Braces at Scantlebury Orthdontics

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Affordable braces help you find your smile!

Can you put a price on a beautiful smile?  Of course not.

But sometimes having a beautiful smile means getting braces first.  And that’s when things can start to seem a little complicated.

How much do braces cost?  That’s the first question most people ask when they’re thinking about orthodontics.  Everyone wants affordable braces, whether they’re looking for adult braces, teen braces, traditional braces or today’s orthodontic innovation, Invisalign (the virtually invisible way to improve your smile!)

At Scantlebury Othodontics we want all of our patients here in Brooklyn to feel the benefits of better functioning, better looking teeth (and a winning smile!), and we’ve come up with a number of ways to make orthodontic care available to all and to make sure that the braces you want are affordable braces.

What is the average cost of braces?  What is the average cost of Invisalign? Those are questions that are difficult to answer, as every person’s needs and treatment program will vary.  However, once you determine which kind of braces are right for you, Scantelbury is here to help, with a range of financing options to fit your individual needs.

Of course, you can always pay for your braces by check or by Visa, MasterCard or American Express. But if you’d rather spread out your payments, Scantlebury Orthodontics offers in-house financing with no down payment and flexible, affordable monthly payments.

When you finance your smile in-house with Scantlebury Orthodontics, you’re eligible for

  • 0% financing options
  • $0 down payment for braces
  • Low monthly payments to fit your budget
  • Extended financing terms

Other Ways To Make Braces Affordable

Another way to pay for braces is if you have an FSA or an HSA.  Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) are part of employee-benefit plans, and allow account holders to set aside pre-tax money to pay for any part of their orthodontics not otherwise covered by dental insurance.  Ask your HR director if your company plan makes provision for an FSA.

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are similar to FSAs but they are not dependent on employer benefit plans – anyone can open an HSA at a bank or credit union. Both FSAs and HSAs are pre-tax (money you earn that you will never be taxed on) and can be used to cover co-pays, deductibles, and many vision or dental expenses, including braces and Invisalign.

Another financing option you might want to explore is the Care Credit card, a specialized credit card deigned to cover medical, vision and dental expenses. Care Credit offers special financing and low monthly payments, no up-front costs and no prepayment penalties.  You can apply today at or by calling (800) 677-0718.

At Scantlebury Orthodontics we believe that everyone deserves the smile they’ve always dreamed of.  We’re dedicated to helping you get that smile while staying within your budget, and we have lots of ways to make that happen.

Give us a call and let’s see if we can get that smile started today!

Call Scantlebury Orthodontics at (718) 230-5046, or come by to see us at 10 Plaza Street East, Suite 1H, Brooklyn, just off Grand Army Plaza.  We hope to see you soon!

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Life with Braces: Food to Eat with Braces

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When you first get your orthodontic braces here at Scantlebury Orthodontics in Park Slope, NY you are probably going to experience some discomfort and/or soreness. It may also take some time to get adjusted to your new, affordable braces, but even then, you might not be ready to jump back into your normal eating routine as anything too hard or too crispy might be difficult to eat for a few days. Here are five of the best foods to eat with braces, clear braces, and/or Invisalign.

What’s a Great Food to Eat with Braces?

1. Yogurt. Looking for something quick and easy to have for breakfast or a snack on the go? Yogurt requires no chewing, and because there are literally hundreds of different types of yogurt, you are sure to be able to find one or many that you enjoy.

2. Mac and Cheese. Tip: boil the noodles for an extra minute so that they become extremely soft. Mac and cheese is a great choice of food to eat with braces. Some chewing is required, but this tip makes it manageable.

3. Chicken Noodle Soup. Chicken noodle soup is usually associated with cold winter days, or when one is sick, but it’s a go-to meal in the early stages of braces. Filled with protein, vitamins, and minerals, chicken noodle soup will also help your mouth heal. Live a little and soak bread or crackers in the broth until they too are easy to eat!

4. Zucchini Parmesan Crisps. Speaking of living a little, we here at Scantlebury Orthodontics in Park Slope, NY, came across this tasty zucchini parmesan crisps recipe that won’t break your brackets!

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5. Ice Cream. Whether you just got adult braces, or your child just saw a children’s orthodontist, ice cream is an ideal choice for new braces as it helps to numb the pain and relieve some of the inflammation that comes along with wearing braces. Bonus: getting to eat ice cream after getting your braces on is sort of like a reward for adults and children alike! You did something that might be a little difficult and a little scary, but you also get to have ice cream!

Let’s Talk Teeth!

If you’re interested in braces contact us here at Scantlebury Orthodontics in Park Slope, NY to schedule a FREE braces consultation! And if you and/or your child already have braces and you know of any other foods to eat with braces during the first few days of new braces and/or adjusted braces, let us know!

African American Orthodontist, Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and her team at Scantlebury Orthodontics are experts in braces.  If you have any questions pertaining to braces, accelerated braces, VPro5, The PROPEL System, or Invisalign in the 11238 zip code area: Brooklyn, Prospect Heights, Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, Park Slope, or Brooklyn Heights, NY, or would like to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Scantlebury, contact Scantlebury Orthodontics at: 718.230.5046


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Why Haven’t YOU Had Invisalign Yet?

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When it comes to braces you can’t help but think about your appearance while wearing the orthodontic appliance in front of your friends or colleagues at work or school.  Well, now you don’t have to worry.  Here at Scantlebury Orthodontics in Prospect Heights NY we offer Invisalign!  Invisalign patients enjoy the benefits of straightening their teeth with the most advanced clear aligner in the world and having the confidence to wear their orthodontic appliance in front of others; it’s just what the doctor ordered!  So why Invisalign?

Research and consultation

Backed by more than 20 years of research, Invisalign is the clear alternative to braces.  In fact, more than 4 million patients have used this system for their orthodontic treatment.  Dr. Sophia Scantlebury is an Invisalign expert and has been serving patients in Brooklyn Heights NY, Prospect Heights NY, Prospect Park NY and Grand Army Plaza NY for many years. Scantlebury Orthodontics also offers a FREE CONSULTATION to go over your options.  What do you have to lose?

Schedule a Complimentary Consultation! (718) 230-5046

Why Invisalign instead of braces?

Much like braces, Invisalign can fix the following orthodontic issues:

• Gapped teeth

• Overbite

• Underbite

• Open bite

• Overly-crowded teeth

• Cross bite

Also, it is covered by most insurance plans.  Your plan, along with the treatment process, is discussed during the initial consultation.  Furthermore, the clear aligner system requires NO wires or brackets, giving patients more

Also, it is covered by most insurance plans.  Your plan, along with the treatment process, is discussed during the initial consultation.  Furthermore, the clear aligner system requires NO wires or brackets, giving patients more comfort.  Here at Scantlebury Orthodontics in Prospect Heights NY, Dr. Sophia Scantlebury uses a digital scanner to create 3D images of your teeth.  With this technology, he/she can map out a precise treatment plan with a set of aligners that are specifically meant for the patient.  Another advantage is the fact that it can be removed for eating and to brush your teeth.  And the best part, the aligners are virtually INVISIBLE!  So why not?

Healthy treatment

Today we are more health-conscious than ever before, however what’s not known by many is that orthodontic issues can lead to health problems.  Straight teeth can alleviate issues such as tooth decay, gum disease, and oral infections, and can also prevent even more health issues like heart disease or even a stroke.

Patient responsibility

With Invisalign comes responsibility.  To ensure the best orthodontic treatment possible, the patient MUST: wear the aligners 20-22 hours per day, a new set of aligners must be switch every week (as you wear each set of aligners, your teeth will gently and gradually shift into place), and lastly, the aligners must be properly cleaned every day.  Not performing these important tasks will result in treatment being unsuccessful and/or longer.

Invisalign is an effective and appropriate option for many patients who are looking to improve their appearance and their overall oral health.  To find out if treatment with Invisalign clear aligners is appropriate for you, contact Scantlebury Orthodontics in Prospect Heights NY today.

Dr. Sophia Scantleburyand the team at Scantlebury Orthodontics are experts in Invisalign. If you have any questions pertaining to Invisalign Teen, braces and clear braces in Brooklyn Heights NY, Prospect Heights NY, Prospect Park NY and Grand Army Plaza NY or would like to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Sophia Scantlebury contact Scantlebury Orthodontics at:  (718) 230-5046

Best Foods to Eat with New Braces

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Getting braces for the first time feels a little different (and if you already have braces you can relate this to your adjustment/tightening appointments with Dr. Sophia Scantlebury). To help you get used to your new braces, we here at Scantlebury Orthodontics encourage you to change your eating habits for the first few days.

5 Food Suggestions to Eat with New Braces

1. Think, “Smooth.” Smoothies! A convenient and balanced, delicious meal in a glass! Throw whatever you like in a blender; add some protein to make it more filling; maybe even a handful of spinach (you won’t even taste it)!

2. Think, “Soft.” Some things that are soft, but delicious and braces friendly include: tender turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, soups, chili, pudding, oatmeal, and yogurt! All of which are good choices during your first few days with braces.

3. Think, “Easy to chew.” Some things that are easy to chew include: scrambled eggs, omelettes, and quiche. And as you know, meat isn’t off the menu entirely: some shaved turkey cold cuts will do it, or some tasty baked haddock, or maybe a mean meatloaf!

4. Think of something new. Getting braces is the perfect time to try something new (e.g., a soft cheese you haven’t had before, like Munster or Brie, or a grain, like couscous or quinoa). You may end up discovering a new staple for your everyday diet.

5. Think, “Healthy.” So many fall into the ice cream trap when they first get braces. You are different! You want the nourishment you need to look and feel your best!

The Best Thing to Drink with New Braces?

Drink lots of water throughout the day when you first get braces. And avoid soda and sugary drinks as your teeth are even more likely to cavities when you have braces. Ready to start your journey to a healthy, beautiful smile with braces? Contact us here at Scantlebury Orthodontics to schedule your FREE consultation!

African American Orthodontist, Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and her team at Scantlebury Orthodontics are experts in braces. If you have any questions pertaining to braces, accelerated braces, VPro5, The PROPEL System, or Invisalign in the 11238 zip code area: Brooklyn, Prospect Heights, Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, Park Slope, or Brooklyn Heights, NY, or would like to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Scantlebury, contact Scantlebury Orthodontics at: 718.230.5046

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Simple Tips to Find an Orthodontist

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Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and the team at Scantlebury Orthodontics have a few handy guidelines to help you find a competent and qualified professional orthodontist near Grand Army Plaza, NY.

Licensed and Certified

Know your treatment provider’s qualifications like their education and professional associations before considering treatment. An orthodontist near Grand Army Plaza, NY that is experienced, licensed, and certified, like Dr. Sophia Scantlebury, is the first step to ensuring successful orthodontic treatment.

Up-to-date technology

Professional orthodontists keep up with the latest technology and orthodontic treatment techniques. In a world of ever-changing technology, the orthodontist with the most advanced technology is also the orthodontist who most often provides their patients with the best results. Scantlebury Orthodontics has a highly qualified staff of orthodontic professionals who work at the forefront of orthodontia with the latest technology. They offer their patients the latest and most effective treatment options possible.


Does the orthodontist offer advanced treatment options such as Invisalign, Damon, Incognito, or surgical procedures in addition to traditional braces? The professionals at Scantlebury Orthodontics offer traditional braces, advanced traditional braces, ceramic braces, clear braces, lingual braces, Invisalign, and more. They are experienced in every type of braces and surgical oral health treatments currently available.


Finding the orthodontic practice that fits your budget is as important as finding one that fits your needs. If you’re concerned about paying for orthodontics treatment, Dr. Sophia Scantlebury or an associate from the Scantlebury Orthodontics team will take the time to discuss your options with you. Orthodontic treatment can get expensive quickly. Most orthodontic practices today have flexible payment options, and many will work directly with your insurance company to cover most of the costs of treatment.

Be confident in your choice.

These tips will make your search for an orthodontist in/near Town a little easier. Remember, choosing Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and the team at Scantlebury Orthodontics for your orthodontic treatment needs will bring you your best smile ever and provide you with the best treatment possible!

Scantlebury Orthodontics is board certified, offers top-of-the-line technology, is experienced in many different treatment options, and you can trust them to work with your insurance company and within your budget.

To learn more about orthodontic treatment near Grand Army Plaza, NY, or to make an appointment with Dr. Sophia Scantlebury, call Scantlebury Orthodontics today at: 718.230.5046

Five Problems That Braces Can Correct

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If you’re interested in orthodontic treatment with braces, Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and the team at Scantlebury Orthodontics in Brooklyn NY provide complete information to their patients considering treatment with braces. If you are curious if braces can help you achieve your orthodontic treatment care goals, here are five common orthodontic problems that braces can correct.

What Are the Top Five Problems that Braces Can Correct?

Braces are indicated for correcting several orthodontic issues. Five orthodontic problems that braces can correct are:

  1. Misaligned jaw
  2. Misaligned teeth due to:
  • Overcrowding
  • Spaces between teeth
  • Misshapen teeth
  1. Misaligned bitedue to:
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  1. Periodontal (gum) problems
  2. Dental hygiene issues due to poor orthodontic conditions

Braces gently move teeth into their optimal positions by strategically placing the brackets and bands to be most effective. This movement realigns the overbite/underbite and helps close the gaps between the teeth. The specialists at Scantlebury Orthodontics in Brooklyn NY stress that if these problems are left untreated, you may run the risk of permanent damage to your teeth, jaw, and mouth.

What Long-Term Health Benefits Do Braces Bring?

  • Straight teeth are easier to brush and floss, thus reducing tooth decay, gum disease and gingivitis.
  • A correct bite allows your teeth and mouth to chew food the way they’re supposed to.
  • Improper teeth alignment puts extra wear and pressure on adjacent teeth, causing them to wear faster.
  • Correct teeth alignment may also help to correct associated speech issues.

If braces are new to you, know that it is normal to feel some discomfort during the first few weeks of treatment. The alignment of your teeth and jaw are just beginning to change and improve the overall structure of your mouth and jaw. Over-the-counter pain medication may help to alleviate some of the pain that you might experience after your initial orthodontic treatment.

What Are Braces Made of?

Orthodontic treatment with braces has become more comfortable and less noticeable than it has been in the past. Traditional braces consist of three basic metal parts:

  • A bracket
  • A bonding mechanism or band
  • An archwire

How Do Braces Work?

Braces work by applying a gentle pressure to gradually improve the alignment of your teeth and jawbones and move them into their optimal position. The band is either affixed to the surface of the tooth with an orthodontic-grade cement or wrapped around the tooth. The bracket works in conjunction with the archwire; they are the means by which gradual pressure is exerted to bring teeth into alignment.

Braces can help virtually every patient achieve the healthy mouth and straight smile they have always wanted. For more information regarding braces in Brooklyn NY, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and Scantlebury Orthodontics, please call: (718) 230-5046

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How Do Braces Work?

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Braces can solve a variety of orthodontic problems (crooked teeth, overbite, underbite, open bite, etc.). Orthodontic treatment with braces from Scantlebury Orthodontics help patients near Park Slope, NY achieve perfectly aligned teeth, a better functioning mouth, and a beautiful, healthy smile. Most people know what braces do (they result in straight teeth), but many people really have no idea how braces work to do what they do. Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and the team at Scantlebury Orthodontics want you to better understand how you can get that dynamite smile with braces near Park Slope, NY.

How Braces Work

A little pressure goes a long way! Braces are comprised of several parts that work together to apply pressure to move the teeth, and they each play a specific role to help straighten the teeth. The brackets are the small square pieces that attach firmly to the front of the teeth. The brackets act as an anchor for the archwires. The archwires are the metal wires that stretch over the row of teeth. They help to guide the movement of the teeth, pulling them gently to the right position and order. The elastics or rubber bands, if they are indicated, are attached to hooks on the braces, and they work between the upper and lower teeth to achieve proper alignment. All of these components together allow braces from Scantlebury Orthodontics to help patients attain straight teeth and better alignment.

How Retainers Work

Retainers are an important part of orthodontic treatment. Retainers work to keep the teeth in their proper positions. Once the braces come off, teeth begin to shift. Retainers stabilize the bones and gums so that the teeth stay firmly in their new positions. Retainers come in many shapes and sizes and can be removable or permanent. They may cause a small amount of discomfort as they place pressure on the teeth and gums, but this discomfort will ease with use.

How to Get These Appliances to Work for You

Now that you know how these orthodontic treatment systems work, you may be wondering what they can help in your situation. Straight teeth mean that less food and bacteria can get trapped in between. And a truer, more functional bite contributes to the overall health of the patient.

If braces near Park Slope, NY sound like they might be a good fit for you, set up a consultation with Scantlebury Orthodontics. Dr. Sophia Scantlebury will meet with you to assess your specific needs and help create an individual plan of treatment with braces to suit your goals and your lifestyle. Or, if you have recently come out of orthodontic treatment and need to look into retention, Scantlebury Orthodontics will be happy to help.

The first step toward a better smile is just a call away! Contact Scantlebury Orthodontics near Park Slope, NY today at: 718.230.5046

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Going on Vacation?  Remember These Tips!

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African American orthodontist, Dr. Sophia Scantlebury, loves to keep her New York City patients on their toes. And if you are undergoing orthodontic treatment and are planning a vacation, Dr. Scantlebury wants you to be prepared!

Don’t Forget to Pack These 5 Things

  1. An interdental cleaner: toothpick or flosspick
  2. A travel toothbrush
  3. A water bottle (or a mini bottle of mouth rinse)
  4. Orthodontic wax to help with discomfort from protruding wires if you have braces, and
  5. A small mirror for examining any possible issues in your mouth

The Steps You Should Take in the Event of an Orthodontic Emergency on Vacation

  • If you happen to be on vacation and experience problems reaching us here at Scantlebury Orthodonticts, we suggest going online and searching for orthodontic practices in the area.  Most orthodontists will lend a helping hand to another orthodontic patient and get him/her out of pain or discomfort.
  • If you are undergoing orthodontic treatment with Invisalign and happen to lose your tray don’t worry!  If you know you’re someone that easily loses things, pack either your previous trays or your next trays as a backup, and contact us as soon as you get back to New York City.

7 Foods to Avoid

  1. Chewy, sticky, or gummy food
  2. Whole fruits like apples and pears (cut fruit into wedges before consuming)
  3. Bagels and hard rolls
  4. Corn on the cob
  5. Hard candies
  6. Hard cookies or pretzels
  7. All varieties of nuts including: peanuts, almonds, and cashews

Follow these tips from Dr. Scantlebury, and have a worry-free vacation! And if you have any questions or concerns (big or small) please don’t hesitate to contact us.

African American Orthodontist, Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and her team at Scantlebury Orthodontics are experts in orthodontia. If you have any questions pertaining to Invisalign®, Invisalign Teen®, braces and/or clear braces in the 11238 zip code area: Brooklyn, Prospect Heights, Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, Park Slope, or Brooklyn Heights, NY, or would like to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Scantlebury, contact Scantlebury Orthodontics at: 718.230.5046

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How to Brush and Floss Teeth with Braces

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Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and the team at Scantlebury Orthodontics near Brooklyn, NY can’t stress enough the importance of maintaining good oral health by brushing and flossing your teeth while wearing braces. Twice a day might not cut it for braces wearers. You might have to up the ante to after every meal. Whatever the case may be, excellent oral care will only result in the best treatment outcome.

Brushing and Flossing While Wearing Braces

During orthodontic treatment with Scantlebury Orthodontics, not only is it important to brush your teeth multiple times a day, but also to brush them the correct way. To get the best brushing results, make sure you brush your teeth and braces from every angle:

  • When brushing your braces on and around your top teeth, make sure to brush them with the toothbrush angled downward
  • When brushing your braces on and around your bottom teeth, make sure you brush them with the toothbrush angled upward

This helps to ensure that each tooth, and every part of the tooth, gets completely clean. These techniques will also improve your brushing skills and give you a better cleaning treatment each time you brush.

Flossing is a necessary (even if it’s a bit more awkward and difficult) and important step toward optimal oral health and the best orthodontic treatment outcome. Here at Scantlebury Orthodontics, we recommend that patients with braces wear a waxed floss. To be certain you are flossing effectively, remember these tips:

  • Thread the floss under the wire before passing the string between the teeth
  • Rub the waxed floss up and down each surface of the tooth and don’t skip cleaning each and every gap
  • Weave the floss through the individual gaps between the teeth (Note: no blood should be seen. If you see blood, you may need to floss a little more gently.)
  • Be sure to massage the gums with your toothbrush during brushing
  • Finish things off with a good and thorough mouthwash rinse

Both brushing and flossing your teeth properly are crucial steps during orthodontic treatment with braces. You’ve already spent a lot of money on your braces to straighten your teeth and improve your smile. So why not maintain your oral health to ensure you get a healthy, beautiful smile? Brackets and wires trap food easily, and if you don’t brush and floss frequently plaque and tartar buildup may occur. This can lead to serious, unwanted complications during your orthodontic treatment such as:

  • Swollen gums
  • Cavities
  • Permanent stains on your teeth
  • Yellowed teeth, and
  • Bad breath

Dr. Scantlebury stresses that cleaning your mouth, teeth, and braces effectively is an important part of your orthodontic treatment. If you don’t put the effort into your cleaning regimen while you are wearing braces, you may not get the outcome that you were hoping for: a clean, healthy, straight, white smile. If you’re in the Brooklyn, NY area, and are considering braces look no further than Scantlebury Orthodontics! Contact us today!

Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and the team at Scantlebury Orthodontics are experts in braces. If you have any questions pertaining to Invisalign, Invisalign Teen and clear ceramic braces in the 11238 zip code area: Brooklyn, Prospect Heights, Prospect Park, Grand Army Plaza, Park Slope, or Brooklyn Heights, NY, or would like to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Scantlebury, contact Scantlebury Orthodontics at: 718.230.5046

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What Foods Should I Avoid During Invisalign Treatment?

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Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and her team at Scantlebury Orthodontics know that their patients being treated with Invisalign clear aligners near Park Slope, NY are free to eat, sleep, and play without the constrictions that usually come with orthodontic treatment. However, treatment with this system does come with some caveats to be aware of.

What Makes Invisalign Different?

Invisalign clear aligners are made of a clear, thermoplastic material that is fitted to the shape of your teeth. It’s flexible and comfortable to wear. And because this system is clear, it’s practically invisible to anyone except the wearer. The clear aligners are also removable by the wearer for eating, brushing, flossing, and to clean the aligners; maintenance is as easy as brushing your teeth.

What Foods Should I Avoid During Treatment With Invisalign?

  • Hard foods and candies like jawbreakers, crusty breads, or seeds and nuts can cause cracks or chips in teeth. Also, sugary foods feed the bacteria that live in our mouths, and that promotes tooth decay and bad breath. Try to stick with softer options like bananas, grapes, and strawberries.
  • Sticky chewy stuff like chewing gum is an obvious restriction during orthodontic treatment as it can remain on the surfaces of the teeth after eating. This food debris can cause a buildup of plaque, tartar, and bacteria on your teeth, and can promote tooth decay. It is important to maintain conscientious oral health care habits while undergoing orthodontic treatment.
  • Liquids that stain including: coffee, tea, and wine can stain your Invisalign trays, while hot coffee, hot tea, and other hot drinks can distort and damage the shape of them. It is important when being treated with Invisalign to keep the clear aligners clear.

Orthodontic treatment with Invisalign is an investment of time, money, and some discipline. The ease of wear and care associated with this system means that even Dr. Scantlebury’s most active patients can look forward to successful treatment outcomes without the restrictions and and inconvenience of traditional braces. Brushing, flossing, and cleaning the trays are the responsibility of the patient, and avoiding certain foods will help keep your teeth and your trays free from stains and odors. If you’re looking for an experienced Invisalign orthodontist near Park Slope, NY, contact Scantlebury Orthodontics today!

Dr. Sophia Scantlebury and the team at a Scantlebury Orthodontics are experts in Invisalign. If you have any questions pertaining to Invisalign®, Invisalign Teen®, braces and clear braces in Park Slope, NY, Brooklyn, NY, Grand Army Plaza, NY, Prospect Park, NY, and Prospect Heights, NY, or would like to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Scantlebury, contact Scantlebury Orthodontics at: 718.230.5046