So you want your teeth to be aligned properly and you decided to
know about invisalign, it is simple
and clear, yeah! it is a clear transparent prosthesis which you can wear to
bring your teeth into a proper and natural position.
STEPS FOR GETTING AN INVISALIGN: -
Is digital impression, scanning of present
condition of your teeth, and then our doctors use proprietary ClinCheck software to map out the path
to your smile, right down to the tiniest shift, from your first aligner to your
brand-new smile. No guesswork. No waiting and seeing.
We create a customized treatment plant for you
using the digital impression. With the treatment plan, you’ll be able to see
the final position your teeth are predicted to reach after treatment. This treatment
plan is used to develop your customized aligners and also estimate the likely
length of your treatment.
We will let you know
when the customized aligners are manufactured and ready to deliver.
Your series of custom-made
aligners will be given to you. Out team will also inform you the frequency of
changing the aligners and the duration an aligner to be worn in a day.
Our experts will ask you to come
for a follow up every 6-8 weeks. We will monitor and analyze your progress along
After you’ve finished your
Invisalign aligner treatment, you may need to use retainers to help. It takes
time for the bone and all the tissues around your teeth to reorganize and
therefore it is necessary to use
retainers until your bite stabilizes.
Few advantages of Invisalign
- Don't stop living your life
- Keep eating all your
- Stay active in all
the sports and activities you love.
- You'll experience
fewer emergency visits, without the hassle of brackets and wires breaking.
- Your Invisalign clear
aligners are virtually invisible, so people may not even notice you’re wearing
Things you should know before Getting new sets of aligners.
- You'll wear each set
of aligners for one to two weeks, as prescribed by your doctor. You’ll probably
schedule check-ups every six to eight weeks to check your progress.
- Fewer doctor visits
mean more time to enjoy life.
- When wearing each new
set of aligners, you may feel a little extra pressure or discomfort for the
first few days, which is totally normal. Cleaning your aligners
- Rinse your aligners
every night and brush them gently with your toothbrush to keep them fresh and
- Use the Invisalign
cleaning system to keep your aligners clear.