Invisible orthodontics is the most innovative treatment in the field of current orthodontics based on digital technology with optimal results. It consists of the use of series of transparent and removable aligners to align the teeth progressively and without the need for wires or brackets, that happens in case of traditional devices.
The invisible aligners move the teeth thanks to the application of precise forces to achieve a controlled movement of the teeth. Unlike traditional brackets, the invisible one not only control the degree of movement by aligner, but also the time of this movement.
According to the treatment plan just movement of certain teeth is permitted for each staged. This results in an efficient force application system that moves the teeth to the desired prescribed position.
As the invisible aligners can be removed at any time during the treatment, some of its advantages are:
The total treatment period depends on the complexity of the case and, in general, it is comparable to the time required with traditional fixed appliances. Normally, the treatment lasts between 8 and 18 months approximately.
What does it consist of?
The invisible orthodontic system is simple and very effective. Your certified orthodontist will do the necessary tests. He will take the mould of your lower and upper teeth and will perform a digital treatment in which you can check the type of evolution you will get, as well as the final result. Before you start with the invisible aligner, you can see the result of your perfect mouth on the computer.
Once approved, at Excellence Dental we will make the aligners that will be replaced every 10 days. The process is painless, hygienic and invisible. If you are more than 14 years old, you can enjoy this orthodontics with perfect result.
Excellence Dental is a certified centre of invisible orthodontics, and our specialists will evaluate your case and will advise you the best solution.
Rely on us, we want the best for you.
The invisible orthodontics INVISALIGN is an alternative to the orthodontics with brackets that consists of transparent molds that are replaced every several weeks so that the teeth are moving to their place. Each mold is made individually for each patient and is varied every week to achieve the mobility necessary for the correct placement of the teeth.
Patient of Dr. Gelabert. Treatment with Invisalign for 16 months.
"No me gusta mi sonrisa. Los tengo todos montados."
Most patients may experience some discomfort in their teeth a few days after starting each new phase. This is normal. In fact, it reflects that the Invisalign aligners are working and the teeth are moving towards their final position. The discomfort should gradually disappear within a few days of inserting each new aligner. If not, check it with your doctor.
Like all the orthodontic treatments, the aligners can temporarily affect the speech, as well as cause some sensation of sliding on the lips on the aligners for a couple of days. However, once your tongue has become accustomed to the presence of aligners in your mouth, any minimal interference in speech should disappear.
Some discrepancies between the new aligner and your teeth may be normal, since the teeth need a certain time to adjust to the new position. In case of significant adjustment problems, please inform your doctor.
In general no. In comparison with traditional orthodontics, you can usually eat and drink what you want because the aligner has to be removed before. For that reason, in general there is no dietary restriction unless it is specifically indicated by the doctor.
We do not recommend drinking anything except cold water while wearing your aligners, to avoid the appearance of decay and spots and not to damage the aligner.
No, you can´t. The chewing gum sticks in the aligners. We always recommend removing them for meals and snacks.
We do not recommend using tobacco products while you wear the aligners because of the possible discoloration risk of them.
Depending on the specifications of the treatment, some of the movements will need “attachments” or “ridges” to help the aligner adhere to the tooth. These bumps and ridges is where the aligner adheres to "attaches" or grips that the doctor places on your teeth. The "attaches" are small pieces of composite that the doctor will fix to your teeth and that will allow the aligners to adhere to them. The ridges or ridges are small dentures in your aligners. The doctor will use one or more of these techniques to achieve the desired movement.
In case if your aligner is lost or broken, you must inform your doctor immediately. The doctor probably will recommend you to start wearing just the previos aligner or immediately following the one that has been broken or lost. New set of aligners will be probably ordered to replace the lost or damaged ones, which should arrive in a few days.
In case of breakage or loss of an attache, you should immediately get in touch with your doctor.
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