No More Metal Braces... Wear Invisible Aligners

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No More Metal Braces... Wear Invisible Aligners

Do you wish you could’ve straightened your teeth when you were a child or are you a teenager who wants to avoid orthodontic wires and brackets?

Do you need help choosing between clear aligners and metal braces? Well, we have answers to your questions.

What are Invisible Aligners?

Clear aligners are also called invisible aligners. They are transparent and made of BPA-Free PETG plastic. Clear aligners are comfortable to wear as they are handcrafted to fit precisely over your teeth. You will not have any sharp metallic edges protruding out as with brackets or wires that could irritate your lips, tongue, or cheeks. They are a painless substitute for braces.

What are Metal Braces?

Metal braces are a type of orthodontic appliance that is used to correct misaligned teeth and improve the overall bite. They are made of stainless steel brackets and archwires that apply constant pressure to shift the teeth into the desired position. Metal braces are effective for correcting complex dental issues, and the treatment typically takes between 18 to 36 months. Although they are noticeable, advancements in technology have made them smaller and more comfortable than ever before. Metal braces require regular adjustments and careful cleaning to ensure successful treatment.

Disadvantages of metal braces

  • Eating:
    Metal braces can create problems while eating and you will need to avoid solid, hard, or crispy foods. Even candy such as caramel or toffee can cause wires to come out requiring a visit to the dentist. It will likely be suggested to eat from a list of certain foods compliant with metal braces.
  • Extended treatment time:
    You will probably be wearing your metal braces for an extended time, so it is important to follow directions and care for them properly. If you neglect to adhere to the instructions from your dentist, you may not reach the treatment outcome desired.
  • Brushing and flossing:
    Taking proper care of your teeth is always very important, but when you are wearing metal braces, it becomes more difficult. You have to brush and floss regularly to keep your braces and teeth as clean as possible.

Reasons why so many patients choose invisible aligners in today’s times

The aligners are simple to insert and remove. You don’t need to put heavy pressure or force to either insert or remove them. Simply press the aligner over your molars towards the back and then apply gentle pressure on the front portion to fit the aligners. Invisible aligners are made of clear plastic that is flexible so it uses light pressure that enables the teeth to move into an increasingly better position. They are designed to be worn for 20-22 hours a day, so you wear them nearly all day and night. They usually are only removed for eating, brushing, flossing, and rinsing.

  • You can take them anywhere but keep in mind aligners need to be kept safely in their cases when not in use.
    If you are involved in an impact-type of sport, please remove your aligners and wear a mouthguard to keep aligners safe from damage as well.
  • If you need to play a musical instrument or have a special social situation you may remove the aligners, but don’t forget that you should wear them for the stipulated time.

You will wear different aligners by changing them every few weeks, and gradually you will see the changes in the position of your teeth

If you have opted for invisible aligners you don’t need to feel embarrassed by their appearance or worry about their removal. So you can walk with confidence.

No one can see the Aligners when you grin!

Invisible Aligners are an innovative solution that has many advantages over metal braces. Many questions may come to your mind – why choose invisible aligners? How do they work in the teeth-straightening process? These advanced invisible aligners have changed people’s lives.

The Aligners are transportable

If you are an adult who is conscious of admitting to others that you are straightening your teeth, invisible aligners are a great choice. Metal braces are obvious and uncomfortable.

If you had the opportunity to fix your teeth discreetly, wouldn’t you take it? Without a doubt, Invisible aligners are correct for you!

ALIGNERCO provides you with crystal clear aligners where you can achieve your goal of how you want your teeth to look. Invisible aligners can make you feel more confident, and likely no one will notice that you are wearing them.

Straightening your misaligned teeth doesn’t take very long

If you choose metal braces, you will probably wait a few years before you see your teeth straightened. If you choose aligners from ALIGNERCO which makes the ONLY crystal clear aligner, all you need to do is wear them for the stipulated time each day. You will start seeing the difference in your teeth within a few months.

Caring for invisible aligners is easy

When you decide to straighten your teeth, you shouldn’t have to compromise your daily routine. Invisible aligners are easy to take care of. Everyone wants a fresh and clean mouth. So, for best results thoroughly after every meal to reduce bacteria buildup. The only time when you will have to remove them is during brushing, flossing, and eating.

While cleaning your aligners ensure that your hands are clean and handle only one aligner at a time.

If you do not have a toothbrush, rinse your mouth and clean your aligners by holding them under running tap water. Enjoy food with friends and take a selfie with confidence. ALIGNERCO invisible aligners will not interfere with your social life.

Eat with freedom and do what you love

Since your teeth are just starting to erupt, it would be best to stick to soft foods for the first few days. They ought to be taken out during meals, ideally. Eating the wrong food can damage or even break your aligners. You can drink cool water while wearing them and chewing gum is not recommended.

We recommend not drinking alcohol with the aligners in place because beer, wine, or other alcoholic beverages may stain your aligners.

Nail-biting and chewing on a pen or pencil can harm or break your aligners.

The aligners are comfortable to wear

If you choose traditional braces, there are major complaints like discomfort or causing sore spots. It could take a few months for your mouth to get used to them, some patients never really do.

Wearing invisible aligners regularly allows your mouth to become accustomed to them, your teeth will move, and they will become part of your daily routine just like changing your shoes.


First, you will receive the Impression Kit which helps you take your dental impressions home. Once you send us the teeth impressions back, our specialized team of dental experts prescribes the perfect treatment plan, and a complete before and after treatment preview will be sent to you through email for approval. Once you get aboard with your new smile, your custom-made aligners will be delivered to you to mould your teeth into their new position.

Note: After receiving the workable impressions, it takes 2-3 weeks to create a treatment preview and after the approval of the preview it takes 3 weeks for aligners manufacturing.


What is the difference between clear aligners and metal braces?

Traditional metal braces have brackets affixed to your teeth connected by a metal wire while clear aligners are made of BPA-free plastic and can be removed of your free will.

Are clear aligners less painful than metal braces?

Clear aligners are less painful as compared to metal braces as they later require adjustments throughout your teeth straightening treatment.

Is it easier to clean clear aligners?

The flexible nature of clear aligners makes it easier for them to be cleaned. You can remove them and rinse them with lukewarm water.


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