Straighten Your Teeth With Clear Aligners
Clear Aligners : We know how hard it is to smile freely if your teeth are crowded, crooked, or you have gap in teeth.
But we promise after you have read today’s blog, you’ll understand you can straighten your teeth easily, quickly, and comfortably. Technology can fix these teeth problems with some little effort.
A Clear, Comfortable Alternative To Braces
How standard braces work : Your Orthodontist bonds individual brackets to each of your teeth and either pull or push them into the right position with a connecting wire. So the idea is apply pressure on teeth to bring them into desired position.
Earlier, only dark metal brackets were the only option in braces, although now, patients can opt for clear brackets – made up of ceramic and even white colored wires that are less noticeable.
Challenges That You Face with Braces
- Visible to everyone when you talk or smile
- Food restrictions : certain types of food will have to be avoided during the braces treatment
- Non removable by patient : even if patients need to remove it for some time
- Visit the doctor every month to get the ligature wire adjusted (simple terms: doctor will tighten the wire to add additional pressure to align the teeth)
Clear Aligners are the solution of all of those challenges
What are clear aligners?
Clear aligners are removable, customized trays that fit over your teeth and gently move them into position as a fast, comfortable way to treat crooked teeth! They are made up of BPA free plastic. These are made per your teeth and jaw. When you enroll for clear aligner treatment, you will receive multiple sets of teeth aligners. Each set has to be worn for a week or 10 days as per your treatment plan.
How Clear Aligners Work?
Teeth Aligners work in similar fashion like braces, they put pressure on the teeth to bring them into desired position. Normally it is recommended to wear the aligners for at least 22-22 hours a day. As you change your aligners every week, pressure is applied progressively on the teeth and the jaw to bring the teeth in desired position.
What are the types of Clear Aligners?
There are many brands of clear aligners available in the market. The distinction between the aligners is where they are made, Center for Dental Implants & Esthetics currently provides the following clear aligners.
What is typical cost of clear aligners?
They are slightly costly than the braces but the ease that they offer is unmatched. Check out the aligners cost here
What Issues Can be Corrected With Clear Aligners
One of the first questions we get from orthodontic patients about clear aligners is if they actually work?
The answer is yes, of course!
Obviously, each patient’s dental needs are different, so we can’t say Invisalign and Indian made aligners are right for everyone. Clear aligner therapy is quite effective in correcting a number of issues:
- Gaps between teeth
- Crooked, crowded teeth
- Open bites
If these problems are minor, you may have great success with clear aligner braces! Again, it all depends on your unique situation, so visit us for a consultation to learn if this is the right course of treatment for you!
You’ll Love Straightening Teeth With Clear Aligners!
While metal braces work well in lining up your teeth and correcting bite problems, they just aren’t right for everyone. No matter how much you may want a straight smile, the thought of brackets and wires, food restrictions, a changed appearance, and two years of waiting for results can all keep you from taking the first step in orthodontic treatment.
It’s understandable, especially if you’re over the age of twelve! Teens, college students, and adults all love having the option of clear aligners to straighten their teeth for several reasons!
- The aligners are barely noticeable!
- You can take out the aligners for meals!
- It’s easier to maintain good oral hygiene during treatment!
- Smooth aligners are more comfortable in your mouth!
- You can see results in a fraction of the time it takes for standard braces!
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Straight teeth aren’t something you just have to be blessed with, and thanks to orthodontic innovations, they aren’t something you can only get with braces alone.