The trays are almost invisible, which is a great advantage, especially for adults.
Patients can easily remove the trays to clean their teeth and trays.
The trays are comfortable to wear without irritating the oral mucosa.
The scanners used in digital orthodontics allow the patient’s mouth to be scanned accurately, creating a 3D model of the teeth. This model is used to design customised orthodontic trays and to monitor the progress of treatment. This eliminates the need for traditional plaster impressions, which can be uncomfortable for patients.
The patient can see what they will look like after treatment.
The patient can remove the overlays for a short period of time if needed, such as during an important meeting at work.
The treatment plan is based on fixed follow-up visits, which makes it easier to monitor progress.
The patient has an idea of how long they will need to wear the overlays.
The patient knows how many overlays they will need to wear and how the treatment will progress.
The overlays can be removed while eating, so there is no need for restrictive dietary changes.
Overlays rarely require urgent follow-up visits due to failure.