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Aligners are a type of orthodontic appliance used to straighten teeth and improve overall oral health. They are made of clear, plastic trays that are custom-fitted to the patient's teeth and gradually shift them into the desired position.

Unlike traditional braces, aligners are virtually invisible, making them a popular choice for adults and teenagers who are self-conscious about their appearance. They are also removable, allowing patients to eat and drink without restrictions and to brush and floss more easily.

The process of getting aligners typically begins with a consultation with an orthodontist, who will evaluate the patient's dental issues and create a treatment plan. Using advanced computer technology, the orthodontist will create a series of custom-fitted aligners that gradually shift the teeth into place over time.

Patients are typically instructed to wear each set of aligners for about two weeks before switching to the next set. The length of treatment varies depending on the severity of the dental issues, but typically lasts between 6-18 months.

While aligners can be a highly effective option for correcting mild to moderate dental issues, they may not be as effective at correcting more severe issues or complex bite problems. It's important to consult with an orthodontist to determine if aligners are the best option for your specific dental needs.