Traditional methods of tooth correction do not only hurt your wallet. Often they also press and prick in the mouth, not to mention how they change appearance. But now there is a revolutionary alternative that experts call a breakthrough in dentistry and orthodontics: SmileMeUp transparent aligner that gently corrects a malposition of the teeth.
Find out more in the following article and decide whether this alternative is suitable for you.
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Conventional braces vs. splints – a definite winner
If you compare both methods 1:1, it quickly becomes clear that this is not fair competition. The arguments for the dental splint are increasing. There are no lengthy doctor’s appointments to check on, no difficult oral hygiene, no pain when inserting or injuries in the mouth.
In return, you get painless results that you can be proud of, with a tooth splint that can be removed at any time and is hardly noticeable.
How does it work? 4 Simple steps lead to a new smile:
- Your dentist or our partner assigned to you, will make a consultation and take clinical photos and an x-ray of your teeth. During the visit, there will be also taken an impression of your teeth. It is also possible to make it yourself by ordering home-made impression kit. You have a choice.
- Then, the treatment plan is prepared by using the latest 3D technology. This allows you to see what the final result should look like before the start of the treatment. What´s more, if the expected results are below your expectations, you can cancel the treatment without any further charge.
- A short time later you will receive your first splint. As soon as it is placed, the gentle correction of the malposition of your teeth begins. At the beginning of the treatment, you will receive a new splint every 2 weeks. Fresh splints must also be used sporadically later. This drives the progress of the tooth correction until the ideal position of your teeth and thus the final goal calculated by the 3D model is reached.
- The special design and unique technology of the splints have gently moved the teeth to the desired position. It works discreetly, slowly straightening the teeth. However, the effects of a transparent aligner are the same as in the case of traditional orthodontic braces.
Now only one thing remains: Never hold your hand in front of your mouth again. Show your new smile!