Invisalign Invisible orthodontic treatment

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The invisible orthodontic treatment begins with a digital printing means a more comfortable, fast, and impressive experience. In addition to that, communication greatly improves the understanding of what we explain.

Digitization is introduced to model analysis and process planning the orthodontic treatment. To combine digital scanning and tomography, we create a three-dimensional evaluation of your morphology. We begin your case with a digital print. We eliminate the need for study model storage space, we’re more environmentally-friendly.

The invisible orthodontic treatment consists of transparent splints -so aesthetic- that go practically unnoticed. It consists of invisible set aligners that are placed as discharge or retention splints. Each splint aims to perform a specific tooth movement. Its advantages are numerous: they are 100% aesthetic and comfortable, since they are removable, and also allow us to maintain perfect oral hygiene.

Invisalign uses almost invisible braces to straighten teeth. The aligners are made of thermoplastic material developed from their treatment plan, created individually by digital scanning of their mouth and 3d printed.

How it works?

For the invisible orthodontic treatment, we give you a series of custom-made pieces. Each aligner series of this works individually, making small adjustments to the positions of your teeth, in order to complete your invisible orthodontic treatment.

When the aligners are placed on the teeth, they cause the teeth to shift from their current position gradually. After approximately two weeks, you will begin using the next set of aligners, which will continue the teeth straightening process.

Aligners do not apply in all cases. Book your appointment, and we will indicate the ideal orthodontic type for you.

Invisalign (invisaling orthodontic treatment) is an increasingly popular technique for aligning teeth and correcting malocclusions orthodontically. We will explain you the benefits and risks of using the technique.

We suggest you the type of orthodontic treatment that is best for you case.

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