Invisible Tooth Alignment

It’s great to be able to correct your smile without using iron visible braces, isn’t it? Clear Correct & Invisalign aligners can solve various bite problems with minimum discomfort. You can check out aligners here:

How do aligners work?

Aligners are a plastic, transparent overlay placed on the teeth. It firmly adheres to them and gradually moves them. They are used in the following cases:

  • crowded teeth
  • gap teeth
  • diastema
  • overbite, underbite, and crossbite issues
  • open bite

The first step to invisible tooth alignment is to visit a dentist: After the examination and treatment (if necessary), the imprint of your teeth is made. The doctor uses a computer program to model your future smile.

Then, a series of aligners are created individually for your jaw. Each of them gradually shifts your teeth by millimeters. Initially, you may feel pressure, tightness, and slight pain in your jaw, which is normal.

You need to wear the aligners almost around the clock. Once every 1–3 weeks, you take a new aligner. The treatment can last from several months to two years, depending on the complexity of the problem.

What is the difference between aligners and braces?

Both technologies perform a single task: they shift teeth and change the bite. The difference is in how they do it, and here are a few advantages of aligners:

  • Invisibility — Clear Correct Invisible braces are transparent, so they look aesthetically pleasing.
  • Higher level of hygiene — food residues don’t get stuck on the wires and don’t lead to the growth of bacteria.
  • Easier care — no need to use special brushes to clean the wires.

Is it difficult to care for aligners?

No. First, always take them off while eating, even if you’re just going to have a single cookie or berry. Don’t wear them if you drink tea, coffee, or other drinks with dyes. At first, it may be difficult for you to catch aligners with a special hook to remove them, but usually, in a few days, patients easily carry out this procedure.

Secondly, brush your aligners as often as your teeth. The toothpaste shouldn’t be whitening (it can scratch the surface), and the water shouldn’t be hot (it can deform the aligners).

Thirdly, keep them clean. Rinse them as soon as you take them off and put them in the case.

The care is really simple. Aligners provide an opportunity to get a beautiful smile without sacrificing your time, beauty, or a lot of effort.