Patients avoid minor and major teeth straightening procedures due to awkward traditional solutions of braces. Aligners are a perfect way to give your patients the solution they're looking for.
We believe in expert care at all times. Therefore,our specialized team of in-house orthodontists evaluates each case and designs your patient’s treatment plan. Additionally, treatment using Illusion Aligners are carried out by qualified dental professionals only.
By being the First aligner brand to be US FDA approved we are proud to offer superior quality aligners that are validated to be safe and effective.
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Like our aligners, we are transparent and flexible when it comes to our pricing. Aligners are an investment for the doctor as much as the patient, that's why we work with you to give you payment plans that fit your bill.
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You can start by introducing the patient about the benefits of aligners and the advantages of Illusion Aligners.
Visit our Illusion Aligners Doctor portal page and register your patient case with us. Our trained orthodontists will review the case and guide you for the next steps.
You can get your case related advice at every step from our team. We have a team of experts that are available throughout the treatment. We will also assign a dedicated expert for your patient cases.
Thrill your patients with our exclusive 3D virtual setup. This is a complimentary service extended by Illusion Aligner Team to all our partner dentists.
Give your patients the confidence to try Illusion Aligners with our Zero Aligners. These are a pair of demo aligners for patients to experience the comfort and clarity of Illusion Aligners.
With the virtual setup, you can show the patient the changes they will be seeing as the treatment progresses. Seeing their smile getting transformed will give them the confidence they need to trust the treatment process.
Once the patient has confirmed the treatment plan, update the approval status on your Illusion Aligner Doctor Portal. This will send our experts an approval to go ahead and start the manufacturing process.
You will receive a kit with a series of aligners. Every case will have a unique number , indication of the arch and a case number, laser printed on it.
With Illusions’s dedicated technology and clinical support you can confidently give your patient the perfect smile they have been dreaming of.
Patients with more tougher cases will require IPR (interproximal reduction) along with their aligner therapy to achieve their desired outcome.
Example, cases which involves crowded teeth cannot move easily to new positions. Slightly reducing their proximal surfaces allows a minute degree of freedom to move when the forces from aligners try to shift it to new positions.
IPR can be done by using a diamond strip, single sided diamond bur or a double sided diamond bur.
You can get 1, 2 or 3 mm of space after these procedures and can be exactly measured by gauges. This will unlock the previously locked teeth to move freely.
The best technique to use a bur is to place it below the contact point from the buccal and travel toward the occlusal surface. For better esthetics consider entering from the lingual first. This is a minimally invasive procedure and does not cause any discomfort. Check for fully-broken contact using dental floss.
Attachments are the tiny buttons on the surface of your teeth which help the aligners to get effective tooth movement. These may be created by filling light cured resin material in the aligners and then bonding them on the tooth surface.
Always begin with thorough scaling and polishing, this helps to exactly match the shade of the tooth.
Cure materials only after completely seating the tray. You can do that by asking the patient to chew on cotton rolls, bilaterally.
Avoid using sharps to prevent tearing of the aligner while removing the aligner after the material has set. Instead, use a broad ended scaler. Remove excess with a finishing bur or a dental floss interproximally.