Clear orthodontics with microimplants
Clear orthodontic treatments using microimplants can treat cases that until now could only be solved with extractions, surgery and fixed orthodontics, like braces.
When is it necessary to undergo orthodontic treatment with microimplants?
In some cases, the only way to exert the necessary force for certain dental movements is if we have an anchorage. So we use orthodontic microimplants, which are mini or micro screws that are inserted into the bone in order to achieve the goal.
Orthodontic microimplants help to make precise movements without moving the other teeth.
What does an orthodontic treatment with microimplants involve?
It’s a simple technique that barely requires anesthesia.
Orthodontic microimplants are temporary and are used only during treatment.
They don’t leave any marks or scars.
The duration depends on how complex the patient’s orthodontic case is.
Microimplants in orthodontics help to move the teeth without moving the other ones.
Hybrid treatment with braces and aligners
Hybrid treatments are designed for complex orthodontic cases that require a combination of braces and clear aligners to achieve the desired results.
When is it necessary to undergo a hybrid orthodontic treatment?
This type of treatment is useful for dental movements that are more easily done with braces than with clear aligners.
What does a hybrid orthodontic treatment with braces and aligners involve?
The first phase of treatment is done with braces and lasts a maximum of 6 months.
The second phase, which is more comfortable and quicker than braces, is done with clear aligners.
Clear orthodontics with distalizers
Orthodontic treatments with distalizers allow us to treat complicated orthodontic cases involving malocclusion in anteroposterior direction. Thanks to orthodontic distalizing appliances, we can avoid resorting to exodontics, and correct the bite without other teeth crowding during the first stages of treatment.
When is it necessary to undergo an orthodontic treatment with a distalizer?
Distalization in orthodontic treatment allows the specialist to correct the anteroposterior bite and prevent crowding during treatment.
Allows faster movements
The device can be transparent
What does orthodontic treatment with a distalizer involve?
First phase: Orthodontic treatment with a distalizer (must be used for 5-8 months) + passive aligner in the opposite arch
Second phase: treatment with aligners
Your orthodontic check-up will determine which level of treatment you need. We can help with most cases we’re presented with and provide comprehensive care pre- and post-treatment.
Impress App and 24/7 support
Available in the App Store and Google Play.
Unlimited clinic visits
Most follow-up visits during treatment can be done digitally, but you can come to the clinic for a check-up in person whenever you want.
Impress Kit with all aligners
The Impress Kit includes all the aligners needed for the treatment, a travel case, whitening foam, chewies and mouth retractor.
Video included with the treatment plan that simulates your future smile
Digital treatment through the app
Chat with the medical team 7 days a week
In-person visits with our orthodontists
Flexibility: start in one city, finish in another
Plus, all scans, visits and aligners (even if extra ones are needed) are included as part of the treatment.
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