Clear Aligners

Clear aligners use state of the art technology in order to make your teeth straight in the shortest amount of time possible.

Unlike traditional metal braces, Clear aligners Use clear plastic trays to move your teeth a little at a time. Since the 3D movement is computer generated, the time it takes to move the teeth is significantly reduced.

Frequently Asked Questions about Clear aligners

  1. How do we get your teeth straight?
  2. Do I need to check with my regular Dentist before I can order your product?
  3. How long will my treatment take?
  4. What is the difference between Clear aligners and traditional braces with brackets?
  5. Is the Clear aligners tray comfortable for me?
  6. How long do I have to wear my Clear aligners tray each day?
  7. Do I have to wear a retainer after my treatment?
  8. How old do I have to be?
  9. How much does a Clear aligners treatment course cost?
  10. What's the advantage to getting straight teeth?
  11. How do I know Clear aligners are right for me?
  12. Why do we offer Clear aligners direct to our clients?
  13. Is my impression going be as accurate as a dentist impression?
  14. How do I know my treatment is on track?
  15. What if I lose one of my trays?
  16. How do I maintain my teeth after the treatment is finished?
  17. How does this whole process actually work?
  18. Why is Clear aligners significantly more affordable than any other system?
  19. Do you accept Dental Insurance?

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1. How do we get your teeth straight?

Clear aligners Use clear plastic trays to move your teeth a little at a time. Since the movement is computer generated, the time it takes to move the teeth is significantly reduced.

2. Do I need to check with my regular Dentist before I can order your product?

Yes. There is a Medical Release and a Dental Cavity Free Letter that needs to be signed by your Dentist before you can get your actual clear tray aligners. Both forms are located on the website underneath the Patient Resources column at the bottom of the page. Our team can also contact your local Dentist for these forms.

3. How long will my treatment take?

For minor slight movement cases, we will be able to get your teeth relatively straight in about 6 months. However, if the case requires more movement, it can take up to two years. Treatment is based on your bone formation capacity, and how much movement your teeth need in order to achieve the results you desire.

4. What is the difference between Clear aligners and traditional braces with brackets?

Our clear plastic trays move each of your teeth by pushing on the entire surface of the tooth, not just a small section of the tooth like traditional brackets. This process allows us more precise control and for quicker movement of your teeth to get straight in less time.

Since our product is removable, you can easily clean and floss your teeth.

Your cheeks are not scraped or scratched by metal brackets, and you do not have to use wax to cover up any sharp edges of metal or ceramic brackets.

5. Is the Clear aligners tray comfortable for me?

Yes. Our clear tray is custom made to hug your teeth. During the first couple of days, the process may take some getting used to because of the different feeling of something in your mouth. Our clients say that after the first few days however, you hardly notice our Clear aligners clear trays.

6. How long do I have to wear my Clear aligners tray each day?

The more time it has to hug and move your teeth the quicker your treatment will be. We recommend you wear your tray all day and night, and only take them out for eating, brushing, flossing and by the recommendation of your regular dentist.

7. Do I have to wear a retainer after my treatment?

For all teeth straightening processes, you have to wear a retainer in order to maintain your teeth position. You will get a set of your Retainers from our website after treatment.

8. How old do I have to be?

There is no age limit for Clear aligners if you are in good oral and medical health. However, you must be old enough to have your permanent teeth.

9. How much does a Clear aligners treatment course cost?

To get started, it is only $49.95 for the introductory kit. You will then be charged $2,799 for the treatment cost if you choose the Full Payment Plan. We also offer a Monthly Payment Plan. If you choose the Monthly Payment Plan, you will need to pay a $699 downpayment in order to start treatment. After the down payment, your credit card will automatically be charged $170 on the first day of each month for the 15 following consecutive months. If there is a chance that the payment does not go through, there will be a $10 late fee applied. We will also allow outside financing options for special cases.

10. What's the advantage to getting straight teeth?

Straight teeth give our clients the added confidence in their image. Straight teeth make it easier to floss and brush because there are less food traps; therefore, causing less of a chance of cavities and periodontal disease. Straight teeth reduces stress your Temporal Mandibular Joint created by misaligned teeth. Straight teeth reduces the wear and tear of the surfaces of your teeth through grinding. Cavity detection by your dentist is easier, according to our supporting dentist.

11. How do I know Clear aligners is right for me?

Get the Clear aligners kit and try it out. If you are uneasy, contact us to help answer and questions or concerns you might have. If you are still unsure of the product and do not feel the trays are working for your teeth, send the kit in and we will talk to you through your patient portal before making your Clear aligners. If you are requesting a refund, you will only be charged for processing and shipping and handling fees. Refer back to the Refund Policy.

12. Why do we offer Clear aligners direct to our clients?

Friends and family have always told us they could not afford getting braces because of the heavy costs amounting between $3,000 and $6,000. Other customers told us they did not have the time for the monthly visits with their family's busy schedule. We decided to take action in the form of technological innovation and processes to deliver affordable braces to our clients. Clear aligners came to existence at half the price of regular bracketed braces in order to help the consumer keep their normal lifestyles.

13. Is my impression going be as accurate as a dentist impression?

Yes. 95% of our clients get an accurate impression the first time. We have designed our impression material to make it easier for patients to use. We provide an instructional video for you to watch on YouTube - Click Here - as well as written instructions. Finally, we check the impression you made with a custom fit tray we send to you.

14. How do I know my treatment is on track?

You have a personal patient portal where you can log in to track your progress with a 3D rendering of your future-teeth-movement and past-teeth-movement! You don't even get to do that with your regular dentist!

15. What if I lose one of my trays?

If you lose one of the trays in your treatment, you will need to replace the tray at the normal price of $170.

16. How do I maintain my teeth after the treatment is finished?

There is a retainer program you can enroll in after the treatment. For $19.99 per month, a new retainer will be mailed to you every month to help maintain your teeth at night. Normally, a single retainer from your local dentist costs roughly $240. With our retainer program however, just mail in your old retainer and you get a brand new retainer every month for just $20 bucks! It's important to keep refreshing your retainers per month because they are made from a thin plastic material that ends up breaking down with the way you grind your teeth at night and by your saliva. Not only will you get a fresh new retainer monthly, you will also get a health analysis that will analyze your previous retainer in order to tell you how much you grind your teeth at night, and to which sides are worse. We will also be able to track the movement in your teeth in case any adjustments need to be made. You will be able to log-in to your Patient Portal to review all notes and 3D models.

17. How does this whole process actually work?

Once you order your Home Kit, we will mail out the kit with the starter fit trays to your home address. You will make the impression of your teeth into the molding trays and mail them back to us. Once you have mailed the kit back, you will log-in to the Patient Portal with your email address and Kit ID to pay for the treatment and to update any patient information or billing - unless you are participating in a financing program. Once the program has been paid for, or an arrangement has been made, we will mail out a box with the Fit Tray. Once you have confirmed the Fit tray fits around your teeth, we will then mail out the rest of your trays according to your payment plan.

18. Why is Clear aligners significantly more affordable than any other system?

By providing direct service to our clients allows us to make our products much more affordable.

19. Do you accept Dental Insurance?

No, we do not accept Dental Insurance. This decision helps actually make our product and process more affordable for the consumer. After speaking with one of the leading experts on dental claims, Tamesha Jackson, we found that dental insurance would actually require you to pay more out of pocket, as well as cause the process to take longer than it needs to in order to get that beautiful smile. Dental Insurance only covers half of the claim, with the minimum at $3,000 a claim in most cases. Not only that, but most insurance providers pay quarterly, which can cause a delay on treatment until we receive the funds. If treatment is delayed, there is a chance in which the insurance provider may pull the funds in which case we will have to start the process all over again causing further delay. When it's all said and done, you would end up spending more money trying to get insurance claims involved as well as taking the chance to pay more money to restart the process.