The assistant asked about that one attachment, and I said there was still a bit of a gap. But the ortho didn't say anything so I guess it's okay. I noticed that the tooth itself has hurt a bit, long after I change trays after the other teeth settle down. It's not a movement soreness, it's kind of like a sensitive soreness? But the assistant attributed it to the movement, since that tooth has two attachments.
I'm done worrying about it, honestly. As long as there's no health issues caused by it, and if it needs refinements, oh well. The trays have gone on with no problems so it's not affecting that like I had worried about it, so if the ortho doesn't think it's an issue, I guess it's not.
Anyway, I asked the assistant if I could change trays that evening, and she said that was fine. Not sure why I never thought of it before! So I was able to eat dinner okay and changed trays after I ate last night. I guess the only time this wouldn't work is when they add an attachment to the top crooked tooth, I think around Tray 27 (when I also get some IPRs).
Teeth are a bit sore today, among other unrelated things, so I took a sick day today. Gives me time to focus on some schoolwork. I got an A in my first class, which finished a couple of weeks ago, and I'm doing well in my second class (on week 6 of 8), and my third class just started Monday. Between this and work and other things in life, I'm pretty busy! Add Invisalign and it makes it interesting!
My sister-in-law got her Invisalign last Wednesday. She said they weren't too bad, but she doesn't get attachments until her next checkup. Also, apparently she had a lisp! Thanks to the bracesreview board, I knew that it was a common side effect and was able to reassure her that it'd go away! She, like I did, is learning a new eating schedule.
Well, I have Tray 11 in... also received 12 and 13. So I'll become an Invisalign teenager before my next appointment (which is at the end of April).
Picture with Tray 11...