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01. What are Aligners?
In the simplest terms possible, aligners are custom-made trays that fit tightly over the teeth. One of the most prominent brands in this industry is Dent Aligners.

As opposed to fixed braces that are attached to the teeth, aligners are detachable and changed every one to two weeks. They resemble tooth whitening plates or clear braces. As each aligner slightly shifts your tooth or a few teeth into a new position, a series of aligners must be worn in order to achieve the desired/planned result.
02. How do Aligners Work?
When an orthodontist decides how best to correct your bite, he or she will plan your treatment based on a number of variables, including the complexity of the treatment, the patient's preference for the appliance, and others. If you select clear aligners, you will be given a variety of options during your process that make slight adjustments to your teeth.

Although they snugly fit over the teeth and are made of transparent plastic, aligners can be removed for eating, brushing, and cleaning. You will receive a new aligner every one to two weeks to maintain your teeth moving in the appropriate direction.
03. How do Aligners Straighten your Teeth?
It's necessary to understand the internal structure of teeth in order to comprehend how aligners can straighten teeth.

With a precise amount of tooth movement, aligners work by shifting the position of the teeth, forcing the body to adapt by regrowing the jawbone. Each set of aligners is a unique three-dimensional computer CAD/CAM reproduction of your teeth that is intended to move them into various positions as you move closer to your objective. The way that aligners work is dependent on

1. Material
2. Auxiliaries like elastic, TAD’s, buttons etc.
3. Attachments
04. How do Teeth Move with Aligners?
There is a significant difference between the way aligners shift teeth and braces. With the use of hooks and wiring, braces draw teeth into a new position.

Contrarily, aligners use a moderate push force to move the teeth into place. In 7 to 14 days, orthodontic appliances can move teeth into their new positions.

The teeth will be gently guided to their ideal locations using this approach by your orthodontist as part of a completely customised pharmaceutical regimen. Your aligners will put the teeth under the proper amount of tension, moving them to their ideal positions even more quickly and conveniently than braces. This method will be used by your orthodontist to gently guide the teeth to their proper position as part of a completely customised treatment plan.
05. Who will be designing my clear aligners?
Clear aligners are designed by experienced orthodontists with over 10 years of experience.
06. How Aligner from "Dent Aligner" are affordable ?
Dent Aligners manufactures all of their aligners in-house with best quality and offers them at an affordable price.
07. Can I eat and drink while I am wearing my Clear Aligners?
No, you shouldn't consume any food or liquids while still wearing your clear aligners. Your transparent aligner trays may break or undoubtedly stain if you eat or drink while wearing them. Additionally, it is unhygienic because you won't be able to easily clear the trays after the food gets stuck in them.

After taking out your aligners, you can eat whatever you like. They're detachable because of this. Enjoy all the food and drink you want after taking out the aligners.
08. Are Clear Aligners comfortable and pain free?
Because there are no brackets, no wires, and they are removable, clear aligners are unquestionably more comfortable than conventional metal or ceramic braces. As a result, you avoid developing blisters or sores from the brackets and wires that are typical of metal or ceramic braces.

However, clear aligners also move teeth by exerting pressure on them; as a result, when you switch out your aligners every 15 days, be prepared for some discomfort in the first few days.
09. Are there any side effects of Clear Aligners or Invisible Braces?
Clear aligners and invisible braces often have few negative effects that have been noted or documented. Unless you have a plastic, petg, or PU allergy, aligners shouldn't cause you any discomfort. However, it is best to have your health routine checked if you notice any changes or issues.

Dentists utilise PETG sheets that are safe, clean, and BPA-free.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Clean aligners are transparent plastic trays that are used to straighten teeth. They are an alternative to traditional metal braces and are virtually invisible. The benefits of clean aligners include improved oral hygiene, easier maintenance, and a more aesthetically pleasing appearance. They can also be removed for eating and cleaning, making them more convenient than traditional braces.

Benefits of Clear Aligners

Nearly invisible appearance
Comfortable to wear
Removable for easy cleaning and eating
Custom-fit for optimal effectiveness
Shorter treatment time compared to traditional braces
No metal brackets or wires to adjust
Improved oral hygiene during treatment
This can lead to better long-term dental health
Boosted self-confidence with straighter teeth

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Before deciding to undergo any cosmetic procedure, it's important to know the benefits and risks and what you can expect during the process. Make sure you're clear about what it will cost, how much experience your dentist has with the procedure, and whether any special maintenance will be needed afterward.
01. Stained or discolored teeth
Using a chemical process, your dentist can bleach your teeth in one of two ways. He can do an in-office procedure, or provide you with a system to use at home.
02. Bonding materials for filling small cavities
Bonding may improve how your teeth look if they have excess space between them, or if they are chipped, broken, stained, or cracked. Dentists also use bonding materials to fill small cavities or to protect the exposed root of a tooth.
03. Porcelain veneer teeth covering
These custom shells, typically made of porcelain (sometimes plastic), cover the front sides of the teeth to change their color and/or shape. Veneers last longer than bonding and provide a superior appearance.
04. Using dental crowns (metal, resin, ceramics)
Crowns can be made from metal, porcelain fused to metal, resin, or ceramic materials. Because crowns are costly, dentists usually suggest them only when other procedures can't produce a pleasing result.