We know what it’s like to want a better smile… to dream of the day when you can live without wanting your teeth fixed. That’s why SmartSmileCo Australia is with you every step of the way until you get that perfect, bright and beautiful smile that you love. Our teeth straightening kits cost more than 70% less than traditional metal braces and other dental aligner alternatives. Read our blog: Teeth Straightening – Is It For You?
Straight teeth from $2.20 per day that’s guaranteed for life!*. We use premium materials and innovative technology, providing you the smile you’ve always wanted for 70% less than traditional braces. If you have a common dental issue such as an overbite, underbite, or gaps in your teeth, SmartSmileCo can help you. Our orthodontic treatment uses a series of invisible teeth aligners. Each aligner progressively moves your teeth towards their new position, and it’s guaranteed for life when you continue to care for your teeth. Start today with our Free Online Assessment, learn about our teeth straightening process, and in just a few months you’ll have a smile you’ve always dreamt of. Whether you are looking for an in-clinic or home teeth straightening kit, our team can help you today!
How do SmartSmileCo clear aligners straighten my teeth?chris2021-11-25T01:14:50+11:00
Our clear invisible aligners are created and designed to straighten your teeth over time with minor movements that apply gentle pressure to your teeth, moving them into the correct alignment.
Using our impression kit, our clear aligners are made specifically for your teeth, meaning that each aligner will play a different role in changing the positioning of your teeth.
Each kit contains a unique 3D-printed model of the teeth that allows them to be moved into different positions to achieve the desired results. When used properly, this treatment can straighten your teeth just as effectively as traditional metal braces.
What are your aligners made of?chris2021-11-25T01:14:55+11:00
Using moulds or scans of your teeth, each set of clear aligners is custom-made for you. Our teeth straightening aligners are made from BPA-free plastics and premium aligner materials. Our products have SuperClear clarity and are sculpted to not press down on your gums.
We recommend reducing your hot liquid intake during treatment to prevent staining of your aligners and preserve their shape.
Can anyone tell I am wearing them?chris2021-11-25T01:14:59+11:00
Unlike alternative teeth straightening methods such as metal braces, our aligners are designed to provide an almost invisible appearance. Others may not even notice you’re wearing them, making SmartSmileCo’s treatment a perfect fit for your everyday lifestyle.
Some people may be able to spot aligners when you smile. However, most of the time aligners are designed to provide an inconspicuous appearance.
What happens when I finish my treatment?chris2021-11-25T01:15:04+11:00
At the end of your teeth straightening treatment, it is recommended that you continue to wear a retainer to make sure that your teeth stay in their new alignment. If you don’t continue to wear your retainers you risk your teeth moving again and reverting your new corrected teeth. We offer a ‘smile for life’ guarantee where you can purchase 2 sets of retainers every year to guarantee your new life lasts forever.
The maintenance process must begin after the treatment is completed. Maintaining oral health is also an essential part of the post-treatment period. As well as brushing and flossing twice daily, you should visit your dentist twice annually.
How long will it take to straighten my teeth?chris2021-11-25T01:15:09+11:00
Each dental case is different, so it isn’t possible to give an accurate time frame without reviewing your individual requirements and circumstances. Depending on the case, you can be wearing your aligners for as little as 3-6 months.
To ensure a successful treatment, you must be patient. You must not rush the process. Teeth that are moved too quickly can damage your teeth, jawbone, and they can even affect the bite relationship. You can also have an orthodontic relapse if you move your teeth too quickly. The result is that your teeth will shift back to their original positions after treatment.