Aligner

Aligner

What are ForYouFirst aligners?

ForYouFirst aligners are transparent and thus almost invisible braces. This allows you to discreetly correct your teeth compared to traditional metal braces.

The ForYouFirst benefits

  • Fair price
  • Quickly available
  • Transparent and therefore discreet
  • Team of experts
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How do aligners work?

Our aligners correct teeth misalignment in a discrete manner. Based on your individual teeth straigthening plan, elaborated by our orthodontists, your aligners are made of BPA-free plastic.

After receiving the aligners, seat them against your teeth. You will regularly change your aligners to gently shift your teeth in small steps into the ideal position. In contrast to conventional braces, transparent braces are not fixed to the teeth. For cleaning and oral hygiene, the aligners can be easily removed.

For whom are aligners suitable?

Our transparent braces are designed to treat “simple” or “moderate” cases of teeth missalignment. You can correct gaps between teeth, twisted teeth and crooked teeth. Before starting our treatment our orthodontists will always assess your eligibility to our aligner treatment.

Our product is suitable for adults and adolescents (over 14 years old). In our younger patients, however, it is assumed that all definitive teeth, including the second molars, are erupted. In addition parental consent is required for adolescents under 18 years of age.

Comparison: Smiletogo aligner vs. metal braces
Smiletogo aligner
  • Transparent and almost invisible
  • Flexible BPA-free plastic brace
  • No constraint on diet or oral hygiene
  • No effect on speech
  • No irritations to the cheeks and lips
Metal braces
  • Visible metal
  • Fixed metal wire and glued brackets
  • Constraints on diet and oral hygiene
  • Speech may be affected
  • May lead to irritations and injuries to cheeks and lips

Why are aligners needed most of the time for upper and lower jaw?

To maintain or improve the occlusion between the upper and lower jaw, our orthodontists recommend in some cases treating both dental arches. For instance, to correct superimposed teeth, the dental arch must be expanded, making an adjustment to the opposite jaw necessary. If no adjustment is undertaken, the upper and lower jaws may no longer fit together, causing speech impairment and poor food chewing.

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