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Clear braces or aligners are the custom-made plastic trays that are worn on the teeth for teeth straightening. Unlike braces, there are no metallic wires, brackets or tiny rubber bands.
Aligners have multiple features. They are removable, comfortable, and virtually invisible and allow you to enjoy every aspect of life which makes them preferable over braces.
Aligners must be worn for 22 hours a day to get the expected result. Aligners should only be removed for eating, drinking, and oral hygiene.
Clear aligners help in teeth straightening. Anyone suffering from mal-aligned teeth, overbite, cross-bite, gaps in teeth can take aligner treatment after consulting an orthodontist.
Use the cleaning kit. If you do not have the cleaning kit, you may clean them by using a soft-bristled toothbrush and recommended toothpaste. Gently brush the aligners and wash them thoroughly with clean water.
Clear Aligners are suitable for all ages. However, the patient must have all permanent teeth erupted.
Aligners are medical grade clear plastic trays that can be worn on the teeth. They are comfortable, flexible, nearly invisible and removable. Whereas braces are metal or ceramic brackets that are bonded/fixed on your teeth till your teeth are aligned. They are easy to notice, hard to clean and non-removable.
Not at all, aligners require only a few dental visits, just to check the treatment progression or any issue with the fitting of aligners. While in braces, a patient needs to visit the dental clinic frequently to tighten the wires and undergo modifications.
When it comes to oral hygiene, it is an essential part of our day to day living and an integral part of our overall health. With braces, you need to maintain oral hygiene many times in a day because of food particles getting stuck in your braces whereas in aligners you just have to wash them whenever you remove them to eat or brush your teeth.
Clear aligners are made up of a strong medical grade plastic. There are little or no chances of any breakage or damage if you remove and wear them carefully according to your dentist’s instructions. With braces, the patient faces a tough time in maintaining metallic wires and brackets.
Clear aligners are completely removable. Therefore, you can have any food or drink you want just by removing them. There are no food restrictions in clear aligners. But always clean your mouth and the aligners when you wear them back again.
Aligners allow you to eat and drink whatever you want. As aligners are made of medical grade plastic, they are prone to get damaged if exposed to heat or chemicals. Therefore, If you eat or drink anything while wearing aligners, it will diminish the quality and colour of the aligner and may disfigure them. As a result, they will not work efficiently anymore. Therefore, you must remove them during eating or drinking.
Yes, tea and coffee and contains high amounts of colour pigment. If you wear aligners when you are drinking coffee or tea, it will leave colour on the aligner and aligner will become discoloured. So, remove the aligner during such consumptions.
Chewing gum is not suitable for aligners as it may get stuck in the aligners and damage them. Therefore, orthodontists advise you not to do so.
No, because of the high sugar content in alcohol, it will discolour the aligners. You should make sure sugar does not get trapped between your teeth and aligner. The same applies to other sugary beverages also.
Of course, you can. In fact, while you are sleeping aligners get enough time to work. But clean the aligners and your mouth when you wake up in the morning and insert them back again.
Only at the initial stage, you may experience some discomfort/lisp while speaking. Once your mouth becomes habitual to aligners, it won’t affect your speech anymore.
Aligner can effectively straighten crooked teeth. Discuss your requirements with your dentist during the consultation.
A poor bite is quite common. Normally your upper teeth overlap the lower teeth by 2 mm. When the lower teeth overlap the upper teeth, it is called a crossbite even if it is a single tooth overlap. Such kind of poor bite can be corrected with the clear aligner treatment.
Aligners can also correct the gaps between teeth. Clear aligners gradually close the gap between the teeth by moving them closer.
Well, it depends on the individual case requirements. No prediction can be made without consultation. The cost depends on the number of aligners required to correct your teeth. Ask an orthodontist to know about the exact treatment cost in your case.
We have flexible payment options including instalments. Please contact your dentist to know the details.