An aligner is a custom made clear plastic tray that fits over your teeth and corrects their malpositioning.
Each aligner moves teeth a little bit by exerting pressure on them.
No but a series of aligners can. Each new aligner moves your teeth a little bit further and you will/can eventually have straight teeth.
It depends on the severity of the problem. Your dentist can tell you approximate number of aligners.
It’s an adult orthodontic treatment hence there is no upper age limit, the minimum age limit is 14 years,
but you need to ask your dentist for suitability
Yes aligner is a removable appliance and you can eat, brush and floss your teeth and enjoy your normal life.
Yes aligners are nearly invisible and no body can notice aligners when you are wearing them.
Aligners put precise and light forces on to teeth so it is not painful but a slight discomfort may be experienced at the beginning of treatment, which goes away within 24 hours.
Aligners are made in medical grade plastic unlike metal wires braces, which hurt your cheeks and lips.
No it’s not a new appliance. Millions of People have already been treated with aligners in developed countries like USA, UK, Middle East and other European countries and their number is increasing everyday.
With aligners your visits are reduced as well as your chair side time. When using aligners your number of visits and duration of visits are significantly reduced, as it eliminates hefty work of changing wires and brackets.
Yes, you can, ClearPath provides computerized images of your current and proposed final corrected position
of your teeth so you can see how your teeth will look when your treatment is complete.
It depends on the severity of the problem and since it's an advanced product involving laboratory process so it costs a bit more than the conventional metal wire braces. Your dentist can give you exact cost for your case.