Spark Aligners - Forest & Ray - Dentists, Orthodontists, Implant Surgeons

Spark Aligners London The innovative technology Spark Aligners, created by Ormco, enables dentists to treat several orthodontic problems. These aligners are manufactured specifically for your teeth and gum line using a unique translucent material. They appear almost undetectable from a distance. They work in a way many people find more visually pleasant than having teeth covered in brackets and wires. Spark Aligners are an excellent choice for professionals who interact with clients. They are hypoallergenic and healthy because they are devoid of BPA, mercury, latex, and phthalates. Aligners are viewed as the next development in orthodontic technology. The TruGEN technology used to create Spark Aligners is supported by reliable research data. This acrylic aligner material gives orthodontists more power and flexibility to create healthy smiles quickly. They are more pleasant because of the polished and smoothed edges against the gums. TruGEN-made aligners are less prone to discolour. While beverages like coffee, fruit juice, chocolate, or tea might stain the fabric, the discolouration may not appear immediately. Although, it is advised to take them out. Movement is where Spark's TruGEN technology has the most advantage. It wields direct pressure on the teeth. These findings are fantastic news for people who may lead active lives, including music, sports, and other hobbies. All ages can benefit from Spark Aligners. They require fewer orthodontists visits and allow you to eat whatever you want. We have payment arrangements through Chrysalis if you feel you need these invisible aligners but need more time to afford them. If you are a good candidate for Spark Aligners treatment, our dentists will make that decision during your initial visit. To create a digital representation of your smile, they will take a 3D scan of your teeth. The aligners will be sent to you to start your journey after the treatment plan has been customised to meet your unique needs. The length will depend on each patient's orthodontic issues. The average treatment period can range from six months to two years. To straighten your teeth to the appropriate position, you must wear them for at least 22 hours daily. After using a pair of trays for two weeks, we will have to change them for new ones. Spark Aligners can only be provided by orthodontists who have completed Spark system training and certification. We offer a range of clear aligners at Forest and Ray Dental Practice. For our patients, Spark Aligners, for instance, is the best orthodontic technology. You can practice good hygiene while wearing transparent aligners, which will benefit the outcome of your orthodontic treatment. When you take your aligners out of your mouth, rinse them with lukewarm water. It will help avoid accumulating dried saliva, a breeding ground for microorganisms that might damage your aligners by creating cavities. If you can't brush after eating, rinse your mouth with water to eliminate food particles. Avoid cleaning or rinsing aligners with hot water. High temperatures can harm the sensitive material, which could change the shape and fit of the aligner. Chewing gum will stick to the clear trays, so please refrain from doing so while wearing them and neither while smoking. It could also make them discoloured. You deserve the greatest care for your smile! Call our customer service to schedule an appointment with one of our orthodontists if you are interested in our spark aligners treatment. Forest & Ray - Dentists, Orthodontists, Implant Surgeons 8F Gilbert Place, London WC1A 2JD 020 8124 6138 Find us around the web: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Check us out on Pinterest: Find us on SoundCloud: Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: Book online on Whatclinic: Find us on Yelp: Find us on AllinLondon: Find us on Nicelocal: Find us on Cylex: Find us on Yell:

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