Benefits of 3D Smile
3D Smile aligners are invisible
3 steps to healthy and beautiful smile:
When you get aligners - wear them!
Why align the occlusion/bite?
Straight teeth are beautiful!
Your smile is the first thing that people notice. A beautiful smile and straight teeth make your face more attractive and younger.
Straight teeth are healthy teeth
Unfortunately, even when your teeth look straight, your bite can be abnormal.
Abnormal bite results in:
- tooth decay
- gum disease
- tooth loss
- affected speech and/or chewing
- abnormal wear to tooth enamel
- jaw problems
Is 3D Smile fit for me?
3D Smile is designed for your convenience. If you want to eat or brush your teeth, just take your 3D Smile aligner off.
3D Smile aligners are absolutely transparent. With 3D Smile you will not be confused: no one will notice anything. You do not risk looking unprofessional or silly with braces. You will be comfortable from the first day.
When you start straightening your teeth with 3D Smile, you will visit your dentist for regular check-ups to control the progress of your treatment and to get new sets of aligners. Follow-up visits required every two months and could be adjusted to your busy schedule.
With 3D Smile you don’t have to change your habits
- brush your teeth the way you used to
- eat whatever you like
3D Smile is easily removed during a meal that is why you can eat whatever you want. No need to avoid hard, fibrous food or coloring food. Enjoy your steak!
3D Smile is invisible and allows you to smile freely from the first day.
Your smile will be getting more and more beautiful with every set of aligners.
You and your nearest and dearest will notice your beautiful smile, not the braces. Be ready to receive compliments!
What kind of abnormal bite 3D Smile could correct?
3D Smile effectively treats a wide variety of abnormal bite, including crowding, spacing, crossbite, overbite and underbite.
Many types of abnormal bite could be treated with 3D Smile (without mini screws, elastics or other different appliances). Contact your doctors for more information.