What Are Invisalign Clear Braces?

Invisalign clear braces are removable aligners that are a great way to improve your smile. This process involves several steps, including a treatment plan, trays, and adjustments. Your orthodontist will review your progress and adjust the braces as necessary. This is a great option if you're busy and don't have the time to visit the orthodontist every two weeks or so.

Treatment plan

A treatment plan for Invisalign clear braces involves a comprehensive examination of your teeth. Your dentist will examine your mouth to determine your candidacy for the procedure and will discuss any dental concerns or expectations. Your doctor will then draw up a treatment plan based on the information gathered during the initial consultation. He will then take pictures or impressions of your teeth and discuss the options available to you. Then, you'll have a plan for your treatment and how long it will take to achieve the desired result.

Invisalign patients wear their aligners for 20 to 22 hours a day. To maintain the effectiveness of the treatment, you need to follow a schedule that fits your lifestyle. A good time frame to follow is 20 to 22 hours a day. If you wear your aligners for less than that, you could have problems with stains and cavities. You must also be careful to follow the instructions and avoid eating food while wearing your aligners. If you don't follow your dentist's advice, you could delay your treatment.


If you have decided to have your teeth straightened with the help of clear braces, you may wonder what the difference between clear braces and Invisalign aligners is. While both treatments involve wearing a mouthpiece that covers the teeth, the former is a more permanent solution. Invisalign aligners require that patients wear them 22 hours a day. They are fabricated using special computer software that determines how much movement your teeth need. After wearing the first set of aligners for two weeks, you will then change to a new set for the next stage of the gradual movement.

Aligners for Invisalign clear braces are made from clear plastic, unlike traditional braces which have wires and metal on their sides. The process of wearing Invisalign clear aligners involves wearing a set of aligners for a period of about 20 hours a day. Each stage is worn for about twenty hours each day, and the patient is then moved to the next stage.

Removable trays

Removable trays for Invisaligne clear braces offer many benefits. They are virtually invisible and make it easy for people of all ages to get straight teeth without the hassle of metal braces. To find out if this orthodontic treatment is right for you, schedule a consultation with our dental team. You can also choose the style and color of your aligners, and we can custom fit them to suit your needs and preferences.

Invisalign patients worry that the aligners will hurt. Fortunately, the aligner trays are made of smooth plastic that fits in the mouth without causing pain. Traditional metal braces can cause oral irritation and bumps and cuts on the inside of the mouth. Removable trays for Invisalign clear braces are made from smooth plastic, which minimizes the risk of oral irritation and discomfort.


While traditional metal braces require a visit to a dental office every 2-4 weeks, patients can avoid these trips by opting for Invisalign clear braces. During these visits, the patient is expected to wear the aligners for about 20 to 22 hours a day. They are removed only while brushing and eating. Compared to traditional metal braces, they are more comfortable and require fewer adjustments.

During the first few weeks of treatment, the dentist will make minor adjustments to the aligners. Since the aligners are made of thin Essix material, they may irritate the lips. The smooth spots can be smoothed with an emery board. Other minor adjustments include tightening the aligners and changing them every week. These incremental movements are far less painful than traditional braces adjustments.