What Is Invisalign?
Invisalign is the brand name of a type of thin clear aligner used in orthodontic treatment. The aligner is made from a flexible thermoplastic material named SmartTrack. According to the American Association of Orthodontists, this device is designed to make orthodontic treatment “less noticeable.”
Although Invisalign aligners are not fully invisible, they do fit very well over your teeth and are far less noticable than traditional braces’ brackets and wires.
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Invisible Aligners Treatment Procedure
1) Book a scan
Schedule an appointment with our specialists for a smile evaluation through a simple and quick oral scan
2) Understand The Options
Our specialist will help you get familiar and uinderstand all the treatment options available for you to choose. from for your smile makeover.
3) Pre & Post Care Advise
You will get a complete briefing on all the steps you need to take before and after the treatment to ensure best results.
Once the final customized smile makeover treatment options are discussed, you can take the delivery of your invisible aligners at our clinic.
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Length Of Treatment
The length of the treatment depends on your condition and the type of invisible braces you choose. Usually, braces are worn for 18 to 24 months, although they are sometimes worn for longer.
Metal braces are best because they are made up of the most durable materials. Although ceramic rings are more durable and prettier, they usually last longer as they are not as durable as metal rings. Inner braces can also take longer to work.
Duration of treatment with obvious signs varies. For example, Invisalign treatment, which typically requires 20 to 30 aligners for the upper and lower teeth, typically lasts 9 to 15 months. The duration of ClearCorrect treatment ranges from 12 to 24 months and depends on the specific correction problem; Treatment of moderate cases requires 32 treatment steps, divided into 8 stages, while mild cases require 12 treatment steps, divided into 3 stages.