What are
invisible aligners?

An uber cool way to get that celebrity-like smile! No one will notice your aligners but your smile will definitely turn heads.


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move over braces!

It's time to just toothsi! Unlike braces, clear aligners give you the freedom and many more reasons to smile. Really! It’ll be our best kept secret, no one will ever be able to see your aligners (unlike braces). Period. And, they will never come between you and your favourite food, like ever!

braces

Painful

painless

visible

invisible

Not removable

Removable

food restrictions

No food restrictions

Tough to maintain oral hygiene

Easy to maintain oral hygiene

Regular clinic visits

minimum clinic visits.

Results can not be visualised

Results can be visualised with the virtual smile plan

aligners

how do aligners work

Invisible aligners are designed to make small movements at a time, by putting gentle pressure on your teeth. Because the changes from aligner to aligner are small, treatment with aligners tends to be gentle and comfortable. Aligners need to be worn 22 hours per day to be effective.

Remember, an aligner a day keeps the crooked teeth away!

treatable cases

Since our aligner treatment is backed by the finest orthodontists, we can treat all kinds of cases, complex and easy. To list a few:

01

teeth gap

Having gaps between teeth is a common problem among both children and adults. toothsi aligners can treat teeth gaps.

02

crowding

Crowding is a common problem in both children and adults, which extends much further than just aesthetics. If your teeth are not aligned properly, you will find that you suffer from premature wear, loss of teeth from unusual stresses, gum disease and jaw joint damage.

03

forwardly placed teeth

Forwardly placed teeth are a condition where the upper front teeth sit slightly forward or appear protruding in a normal bite. It could be due to little or excessive room in the jaw, which can hinder the formation of a normal or perfect bite.

04

cross bite

Crossbite is a condition where the upper teeth fit behind the lower teeth when your mouth is closed or at rest. It can cause complications and painful symptoms, but it's possible to correct it with invisible aligners.

05

open bite

An open bite occurs when the upper and lower front teeth slant outwards and do not touch when the mouth is closed. Treatment is usually necessary because patients are unable to or have trouble tearing food with their front teeth, or cannot chew properly.

06

overbite

Overbite occurs when the upper front teeth excessively overlap the lower front teeth when the mouth is closed. This might be an aesthetic concern for some or indicate that there may be a dental problem that needs attention.

care with aligners

TLC is all it needs. Ok maybe a little more than that. With a little care and attention, you can keep your teeth healthy and your invisible aligners looking new. Even though you only wear a set of aligners for a couple of weeks before moving on to the next set, you still must take care of them.

Here are some tips for taking care of your aligners:
  • Take them out before eating or brushing
  • Store them in a dry box to prevent them from getting dirty

By following these simple steps, plus any advice from your orthodontist, you can keep your
mouth decay-free and your clear aligners sparkling and undetectable
from their first day to their last.
Curious to know about life with aligners?To know more about the do’s and don'ts of aligners Read on,
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