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Clear Aligners; an Alternative to Traditional Braces without Metal Wire or Brackets
Clear aligners, sometimes referred to as invisible aligners, are clear plastic forms of
invisible braces usually used to straighten teeth for appropriate positioning of teeth.
Clear aligners over time have gone through several modifications, which makes
analysis of effectiveness more difficult over time. As with most other cosmetic dental
treatments, there are advantages and disadvantages associated with clear aligners.
Most notably, because they are clear and can be seen, many dentists feel that
patients who need clear aligners find them less intimidating than other types of
braces. Clear aligner treatments have come a long way in the past few years but are
still not entirely clear on whether they are beneficial or useful.
Clear aligners are clear plastic orthodontic dental braces usually used to correct
crooked teeth. Clear aligners can be used for a variety of purposes. Some people
suffer from crooked teeth due to an accident or disease that damaged their teeth,
while others simply have a tendency to misalign their teeth over time. Even
teenagers may need to straighten their teeth out as the teeth are continuously
growing in. Clear aligner treatments can either be used to straighten crooked teeth or
to straighten teeth that may have been worn down by wear and tear. The price and
overall effectiveness of the treatment will depend heavily upon the patient's needs.
Patients with severely misaligned teeth may find that getting braces is difficult or
even painful, so additional tooth reoccurring orthodontics may be necessary.
Clear aligners are an alternative to traditional braces, and they work by allowing the
teeth to move naturally in a forward direction instead of staying in place. By
allowing the teeth to move in this forward direction, the patient will have more
comfortable oral care. Patients who use a clear aligners will not experience