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If you are deemed eligible, a customized treatment plan is created to address your specific dental needs and achieve the desired results. The duration of clear aligner treatment varies depending on individual needs, but on average, it typically takes several months to achieve the desired results.

Treatable Cases for Transparent Dental Aligners

Clear aligners are a popular choice among adults and teenagers seeking a discreet and convenient orthodontic treatment option. They offer many benefits, including easy removal for eating and oral hygiene, minimal impact on daily activities, and virtually invisible appearance. It’s important to note that not all orthodontic cases are suitable for clear aligners. An orthodontist or dentist specializing in clear aligner therapy can evaluate your dental condition and determine if transparent dental aligners are the right choice for you.

Mild to Moderate Crowding: Clear aligners can address mild to moderate cases of crowding, where there is not enough space in the dental arch to accommodate all the teeth properly.

Mild to Moderate Spacing: Clear aligners can close gaps or spaces between teeth caused by small-sized teeth or missing teeth.

Mild to Moderate Overbite: An overbite occurs when the upper front teeth overlap the lower front teeth excessively. Clear aligners can help correct mild to moderate overbites.

Mild to Moderate Underbite: An underbite is when the lower front teeth protrude past the upper front teeth. Clear aligners can be effective for mild to moderate underbites.

Crossbite: Crossbite occurs when the upper and lower teeth do not meet correctly, and some teeth may sit inside or outside the opposing teeth. Clear aligners can correct certain types of crossbites.

Open Bite: An open bite is when some teeth do not touch each other when the mouth is closed. Clear aligners can address specific cases of open bite caused by dental misalignment.

Dental Relapse: Clear aligners can be used to correct minor dental relapses, which occur when teeth shift back to their original positions after previous orthodontic treatment.

How It Work?

1. Your Misaligned Teeth

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2. Slightly Improved Smile

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3. Your Perfect Smile

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