Illusion Aligners

Publish on Oct 11, 2022

Invisible Teeth Aligners: Know Everything About Clear Aligners

To begin with, let's define invisible aligners.

An invisible aligner is a fresh approach to achieving a star's gleaming grin! The teeth get straightened by a transparent cover & not clunky metal wire. No one will notice your transparent aligners, but everyone will see your beautiful new smile.


Make The Switch To Transparent Aligners

In contrast to braces, clear aligners allow greater mobility and cosmetic benefits. Nobody needs to know that you're using invisible teeth aligners; consider this our little secret!

What Are The Benefits Of Using Clear Aligners?

  • Painless
  • Invisible
  • Removable
  • No dietary constraints
  • Straightforward in terms of dental care
  • Minimum or no required clinic visits
  • Minimal discolouration
  • Allows for the visualization of results in advance
  • Crack resistant
  • US FDA approved
  • Custom marked


How Do Dental Aligners Function?

Invisible aligners apply light but a consistent force to each tooth to gradually shift your teeth into place. Straightening teeth with invisible teeth aligners is typically quite gentle and comfortable. There are only minor adjustments made from one aligner to the next. Transparent aligners are effective if they are worn continuously for a total of 22 hours each day.

Why Us?

We create the most precise & compliant aligners with the most friendly workflow.

First, the dentist will record your oral scan. The Orthodontists will create a treatment plan for your smile makeover and the dentist will show you a digital preview of the results. Our strategies can vary from case to case as we focus on the specifics of your smile makeover.

Your satisfaction is paramount, which is why we go the additional mile to make you happy.

We are:

  • All price inclusive
  • Real-time Digital Observation
  • Custom made aligners
  • Convenient and painless
  • No dietary restriction

Aligners For Teeth Can Be Used To Correct These Problems

Teeth Gaps

The problem of tooth spacing affects both children and adults. Illusion Aligners can correct spacing in your teeth.

Crowding

There are much more serious consequences to overcrowding for both children and adults. Uneven wear, tooth loss from abnormal strains, gum disease, and jaw joint damage can all result from crooked teeth.

Forward Teeth

When the top front teeth are forwardly situated, they protrude slightly when biting down usually. It's because of an abnormal amount of space in the jaw, which can prevent a normal or ideal bite.

Cross Bite

If your upper teeth sit in front of your lower teeth when your mouth is closed, you have a crossbite condition. Invisible aligners can minimize the discomfort and difficulties associated with this condition.

Open Bite

Condition when the upper and lower front teeth are angled outward and don't come in contact when the mouth is closed. The treatment is required because the patient cannot shred food with their front teeth, has difficulty doing so, or cannot correctly chew their meal.

Overbite

When a person has an overbite, their upper front teeth overlap their lower front teeth far more than what is ideal. It may be concerning for some people from an aesthetic standpoint and indicate a dental problem that needs to get addressed.

Taking Care of Aligners

Maintaining a regular oral hygiene routine will go a long way toward preserving your oral health and the pristine condition of your invisible teeth aligners. The pair of aligners are worn for a few days before being replaced by the next, but they still require regular maintenance.

The following is a list of advice that can assist you in properly caring for your aligners:

  • Remove them before eating or brushing your teeth.
  • Keep them sealed up in a box away from moisture to keep them from getting soiled.

If you follow these easy methods and any additional recommendations given to you by your orthodontist, you will be able to prevent cavities in your mouth and maintain your clear aligners look pristine and unnoticeable from the first to the final day you wear them.

A lot of treatable cases are possible if a team of experts is there to guide you.

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