Advanced aligner treatment for perfect teeth and smile

Aligners, or invisible braces, help restore perfect smiles to all our patients and improve their overall quality of life by correcting problems like lisping, food lodgement, rotated/bent teeth, etc. medbros surgery has an advanced clinical setup to provide successful and effective aligner treatment to all patients.

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Teeth aligners, often referred to as clear aligners or invisible braces, are not considered a surgical procedure but a non-invasive orthodontic treatment used to straighten teeth and correct issues with tooth alignment. These aligners are custom-made, removable trays that gradually shift teeth into their desired positions over time. Unlike traditional braces, aligners are made from clear plastic and are virtually invisible when worn. They are typically used for milder to moderate cases of teeth misalignment. Here’s an overview of teeth aligners treatment, the process, and potential causes:

Causes (Indications): Teeth misalignment can result from various factors, including:

  1. Genetics: Inherited traits can affect how teeth develop and their alignment.
  2. Early Childhood Habits: Thumb-sucking, pacifier use, or tongue thrusting during childhood can impact tooth alignment.
  3. Missing Teeth: Gaps caused by missing teeth can lead to neighboring teeth shifting out of alignment.
  4. Malocclusions: Bite problems, such as overbites, underbites, and crossbites, can contribute to teeth misalignment.

Treatment Process: Teeth aligner treatment involves several steps:

  1. Initial Consultation: A dentist or orthodontist evaluates the patient’s dental health, takes impressions or scans of the teeth, and discusses treatment goals.
  2. Custom Aligners: Using digital technology, a series of custom-made aligners are created to gradually move the teeth into the desired positions.
  3. Wearing the Aligners: The patient wears each set of aligners for a specified period (usually about 1-2 weeks) before switching to the next set. Aligners are typically worn for 20-22 hours a day.
  4. Progress Checks: Periodic appointments with the dentist or orthodontist are scheduled to monitor progress and provide new sets of aligners as needed.
  5. Completion and Retention: Once the treatment is complete, the patient may need to wear a retainer to maintain the new tooth positions.

Recovery and Aftercare: Aligner treatment is non-invasive, and there is minimal recovery involved. Patients may experience some initial discomfort or mild pressure as the aligners shift teeth, but this typically subsides within a few days. Regular oral hygiene practices are essential to maintain dental health throughout the treatment process.

Success and Considerations: The success of teeth aligner treatment depends on factors such as the severity of misalignment, patient compliance with wearing aligners, and following the treatment plan as instructed. Aligners can be effective for addressing a variety of dental alignment issues, but they may not be suitable for more complex cases.

It’s important to consult with a qualified dentist or orthodontist to determine if teeth aligners are the right treatment option for your specific situation. They can assess your dental health, discuss treatment goals, and recommend the best approach to achieve a straighter smile.

Since teeth aligners are a non-invasive approach, they do not involve surgical procedures or causes associated with surgery. Instead, the focus is on gradually shifting teeth using custom-made aligners.

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