Aligners (invisible splints)

Small to moderate dental malocclusions can also be treated using aligners – thin, transparent plastic tracks produced individually in our laboratory. This treatment normally involves a sequence of aligners, which are worn successively to achieve the best result.

These plastic splints are less conspicuous than conventional braces. Because they are removable, there are no problems when it comes to eating or oral hygiene.

This method is also suitable for young people. However, the success of the treatment relies on consistent wearing for around 22 hours a day.