Clear Aligners (Invisible Braces)

If you are looking for an effective and discreet way to straighten your teeth, Invisalign – clear aligners might be the perfect solution for you. Invisalign (also known as Clear Aligners or Invisible Braces) is a modern orthodontic treatment that has revolutionized the field of dentistry. They are a type of orthodontic appliance that uses a series of clear plastic trays to straighten teeth. Unlike traditional metal braces, Clear Aligners (Invisible Braces) are virtually invisible, which makes them a popular choice for adults who are looking to improve their smile without the social stigma of wearing traditional braces. Invisalign are virtually invisible and can be removed for eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing. They are also more comfortable than metal braces because they do not have any wires or brackets that can irritate your mouth.


Clear aligners work by using a series of trays that gradually shift your teeth into their proper position. The trays are custom-made to fit your teeth and are changed every two weeks as your teeth move. Each new tray is slightly different than the previous one and is designed to apply gentle pressure to move your teeth into the desired position. Clear aligners are designed to be worn for 22-24 hours a day and are changed every two weeks. 

The number of aligners required varies depending on the severity of the case. Contrary to metal braces, Clear Aligners (Invisible Braces) provide a painless and comfortable teeth straightening experience, while also being easily portable. These specialized orthodontic devices are uniquely crafted for each individual patient using digital scans, resulting in a beautifully aligned smile that you’ll be proud to show off.


At House of Dontics, we use the latest technology to create clear aligners that are tailored to your teeth and gums. Our orthodontist will take digital impressions of your mouth, design a personalized treatment plan, and create a series of aligners that will gradually shift your teeth into the desired position. You’ll wear each set of aligners for about two weeks before moving on to the next set. The length of treatment depends on your specific needs, but most patients achieve their desired results in 6 to 18 months. 

We offer a wide range of orthodontic treatments in Ahmedabad, including traditional braces, lingual braces, and Invisalign (Clear Aligners). For kids, teens, and adults, Invisalign treatment is the clear alternative to metal braces. Although Invisalign is a form of clear aligner, not all clear aligners are Invisalign. Because of the brand recognition, clear aligners are often referred to as ‘Invisalign’, although there are differences between the products.

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Plastic Trays

Clear aligners are made of a thin, flexible plastic material that is custom-made to fit your teeth. The trays are designed to apply gentle pressure to gradually shift your teeth into the desired position.



Attachments are small, metal or ceramic pieces that are bonded to the teeth. They help to create space for teeth to move and also provide additional anchorage for the trays.


Aligner Tray Changes

Treatment with clear aligners involves a series of trays that are worn for a specified amount of time, typically two weeks. Each set of trays is slightly different from the previous one, gradually moving your teeth closer to the desired position.


3D scanning

To create custom aligners, orthodontists use 3D scanning technology to create a digital model of the patient's teeth and gums. This helps to ensure a precise fit for each aligner.

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3D printing

Once the aligner design is complete, 3D printers are used to create each individual aligner. The printing process uses a special type of resin that is clear and flexible, allowing the aligner to fit snugly over the teeth.


Thermoforming machines

After the clear aligners are printed, they are heated and molded to the exact shape of the patient's teeth using a thermoforming machine.


Laser cutting machines

Some clear aligner manufacturers use laser cutting machines to precisely cut the clear aligners to the desired shape and size.


Sterilization equipment

To ensure the clear aligners are free from any bacteria or other contaminants, they are sterilized using specialized equipment before being packaged and shipped to the dentist's office.

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  • Brush and floss teeth thoroughly before the surgery.
  • Avoid eating or drinking anything other than water 2 hours prior to the surgery.
  • Wear comfortable and loose-fitting clothing to the surgery.
  • Bring a case to store the aligners during the surgery.
  • Inform the surgeon if you are taking any medication or have any medical conditions.
  • Follow any additional instructions provided by the surgeon.
  • Follow your doctor’s instructions.
  • Wear your aligners as directed, even if they feel tight or uncomfortable.
  • Clean your aligners regularly.
  • Wear your aligners as directed.
  • Remove your aligners when eating, drinking, brushing, smoking, or using tobacco products.
  • Be careful when handling your aligners.
  • Store your aligners in a clean, dry place.
  • Replace your aligners as directed.
  • Contact your doctor if you have any pain or discomfort.

Understanding Root Causes of Dental Issues

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Genetics play a significant role in the development of misaligned teeth. If your parents had crooked teeth, there's a good chance you will too.

Gum disease

Crooked teeth

Clear aligners are often used to straighten teeth that are misaligned, crooked, or crowded.

Congenital absence

Overbite or underbite

If the upper or lower teeth protrude too far forward or backward, clear aligners can help align the bite properly.


Overbite or underbite

If the upper or lower teeth protrude too far forward or backward, clear aligners can help align the bite properly.

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Gaps between teeth

Clear aligners can close gaps between teeth by gradually shifting them closer together.


Mild to moderate

Clear aligners can be used to treat mild to moderate malocclusion, which refers to problems with the way the upper and lower teeth fit together.

tooth injurery

orthodontic treatment

Clear aligners can be used to correct minor shifts in tooth position that may occur after previous orthodontic treatment.


Aesthetic concerns

Clear aligners can be a popular choice for individuals who want to straighten their teeth without the appearance of traditional metal braces.

Our Clear Aligners (Invisible Braces) Treatment Process

Initial Consultation

The first step in clear aligner treatment is an initial consultation with an orthodontist. During this appointment, the orthodontist will evaluate your teeth and determine if clear aligners are the right option for you.

3D Imaging Planning

If you’re a candidate for clear aligners, the orthodontist will take 3D images of your teeth and create a treatment plan. This plan will map out the movement of your teeth and the number of aligners you’ll need.

Aligner Fabrication

Once the treatment plan is complete, the orthodontist will fabricate your custom-made aligners using advanced 3D printing technology.

Aligner Fitting

Once your aligners are ready, you’ll have a fitting appointment with your orthodontist. During this appointment, they will ensure that your aligners fit properly and provide instructions on how to wear and care for them.

Treatment Progress

You’ll wear each set of aligners for about two weeks before switching to the next set. Your orthodontist will schedule regular check-ups to monitor your progress and make any necessary adjustments to your treatment plan.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Clear Aligners better than traditional metal braces?
Clear Aligners have many advantages over traditional metal braces, including being nearly invisible, more comfortable to wear, and easier to clean.
Who is a good candidate for Clear Aligners?
Clear Aligners are a great option for anyone who wants to straighten their teeth without the discomfort and appearance of traditional metal braces. They are best suited for mild to moderate cases of tooth misalignment.
How long does treatment with Clear Aligners take?
The length of treatment with Clear Aligners varies depending on the severity of your case, but on average, treatment takes around 12 to 18 months.
How often do I need to wear my Clear Aligners?
You should wear your Clear Aligners for at least 22 hours a day, only removing them when eating, drinking, or brushing your teeth.
Are clear aligners painful?
Clear aligners may cause some discomfort or pressure during the first few days of wearing a new set of trays, but this typically subsides quickly.
How often do I need to visit the orthodontist during clear aligner treatment?
Most people only need to visit the orthodontist every six to eight weeks during clear aligner treatment.
How do I clean my Clear Aligners?
You can clean your Clear Aligners by rinsing them in warm water and brushing them gently with a soft-bristled toothbrush.
Can I eat and drink with Clear Aligners in?
You should remove your Clear Aligners when eating or drinking anything other than water to avoid staining or damaging them.

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