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Clear aligners are a very esthetic treatment option for patients that do not want to use braces but still correct their bite and improve their smile. They need to be used 20 to 22 hours a day.
 

Are clear aligners easy to use?

Clear aligners provide you the practicality of a removable appliance, making it easy to brush your teeth and floss. Aligners also provide you with less emergencies and less maintenance throughout your treatment.


Can you eat with clear aligners?

And you can remove the aligners each time you eat. This means you can continue to eat all the foods you love without any restrictions or worrying about food getting stuck in your wires and brackets.
 

Ready to try clear aligners?

At CTOR Ortho, we offer differentiated and personalized clear aligners treatment with CTOR Aligners™ and Invisalign™
 

Our aligners service is fully digitized, using intraoral scanners and the latest 3D printing technology. Your aligners treatment is in the hands of our scientists, doctors and faculty members who are experts in the field and always strive for the highest caliber of care.

 

How do I know if i'm a good candidate for clear aligners?
Aligner treatment is not a one-size-fits-all approach, and we take your treatment very seriously.

We constantly make adjustments and monitor your orthodontics journey throughout its various stages, so you can be sure that your teeth and jaws are in good hands.
 

Invisalign™

At CTOR Ortho, we also offer treatment with Invisalign™. 
Visit us and get your digital intraoral scan and Invisalign treatment plan today!

 

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Clinical Cases

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This bite problem included proclined lateral incisors and vertical misalignment of upper anterior teeth.
Forces generated by aligners brought lateral incisors back into alignment and levelled ll anterior teeth into a normal occlusion.

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Not all malloclusions can be corrected with clear aligners. In this case, the misaligned teeth were located in the anterior part of the maxilla.

Aligners were able to expand the upper arch creating space to move incisors into a perfect alignment.

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