Invisible aligners​

Invisible aligners in Rajkot

Invisible aligners take a modern approach to straightening teeth, using a custom-made series of aligners created for you. Our aligner trays are made of smooth, comfortable, and virtually invisible plastic that you simply wear over your teeth. Our invisible aligner trays will gradually and gently move your teeth into place, based on the exact movements. There are no metal braces to attach and no wires to tighten.

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Our Dental Services

Experience the highest standards of dental healthcare with state-of-the-art-technology, durable bio-friendly materials that focus on all preventive, painless, and cosmetic dental procedures at City Dental Hospital in Rajkot. With the years of experience, we are committed to providing superior dental health and a complete range of services that give a smile that you deserve.

Procedure and Process Treatment

We are committed to provide the best quality, comfort and care when you are having any dental problems.
We also promise that we will explain what procedures and processes we’re doing.
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1. Check Up

Our dentists will do a routine checkup for dental issue which is essential for proper treatment.

2. Explanation

City Dental's Expert team of doctors will understand your problem and give you a customised solution.

3. Treatment

After analyzing patient's dental condition, we recommend treatment to patient to prevent problems.
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4. Follow-up

We want all our patients to be 100% satisfied, our team will be in touch with you for any queries.

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Frequently Asked Questions Of Invisible Aligners

While wearing Invisible Aligners is generally not painful, there will be brief periods, days not weeks, when the new aligners may cause the teeth to be uncomfortable.

Expect people to glance at your teeth and ask, “What do you have on your teeth?”

Your ‘bite’ will feel different from time to time while the teeth are in transition. You may have a lisp at first while becoming accustomed to talking with the aligner on. You may have engagers ("buttons") a small bump on the aligner, assisting the aligner to move the tooth.

It’s fairly common to experience some tenderness or sensitivity for the first few days of wearing a new Invisible Aligners. However, the more you wear the aligner the more comfortable they become. Sores and irritation are possible but really don’t occur that often.

The Invisible Aligners can also sometimes temporarily affect your speech. But most people adapt quickly to wearing the aligners and it is rare that your speech would be impaired for an extended period of time. You may also experience a temporary increase in salivation or dryness of the mouth.

Invisible Aligners are among the most comfortable in the industry. Similar to braces, if aligners change too abruptly between steps, they can cause unnecessary discomfort. Invisible Aligners employ a unique system which balances your comfort and treatment time.

No. The Invisible Aligners are fairly simple to keep clean, however, tooth decay, periodontal disease, decalcification (permanent markings on the teeth) or inflammation of the gums may occur if proper oral hygiene and preventative maintenance are not maintained. Most Invisible Aligners can be cleaned with a toothbrush and cool water. A non-abrasive toothpaste is also recommended. Cleaning instructions are on every bag of new Invisible Aligners.

I’ve seen people with bumps on their aligners – what are they?

Depending on your treatment, it may be necessary to temporarily affix engagers (those weird bumps) to your teeth. They’re made of tooth-colored composite material and are there to assist with difficult tooth movements. When you’re not wearing your Invisible Aligners they can feel awkward in your mouth, but don’t worry they’re easy to remove and are only used when absolutely necessary.

That depends entirely on the treatment goals you set with your doctor and the amount of correction that needs to be achieved. Invisible Aligners Treatment time can at times exceed estimates. Poor compliance, missing appointments, excessive bone growth, poor oral hygiene and broken appliances can make Invisible Aligners treatment time longer, increase costs and affect the quality of your results.

Invisible AlignersTreatment time can also vary considerably depending on an individual's health and physiology. Much of orthodontic tooth movement relies on metabolism and bone remodeling. Further, the rate of tooth movement is not always linear and also depends on the type of movement being performed. For these reasons, Invisible Aligners treatment times are estimates based on the doctor's clinical examination findings and experience.

It's recommended that you wear the aligners 22 hours a day. They should be removed for meals only, brushing and flossing before re-inserting the aligner. If not worn for up to 22 hours a day, the corrective process can be halted and within a few hours begin to reverse. It can then take several days for this process to start up again. Wearing your aligners 22 hours a day is key to achieving your treatment goals.

While the treatment aligners will have a determined period of wear based upon the treatment goals, the retainers may have to be worn for an extended period of time based upon the condition of the treatment result.

Invisible Aligners are made from a plastic which has been specially formulated. It is a polyurethane resin that has been crafted and tested extensively to make it a superior plastic for clear aligners: it leads the class in stress retention, crack & impact resistance, clarity, and stain resistance. And, of course, it has been thoroughly tested for biocompatibility.

No. Clear aligners are made without BPA or phthalates, and have been approved by the FDA.

Clear aligners are free from harmful chemicals and do not pose a significant risk to your health. However, it’s up to you and your doctor to determine if treatment is safe for you.

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