Spark Clear Aligners

Why Would I Want Spark Aligners?

If you’ve landed on this page, chances are you’re looking into different treatment options for straightening your teeth. When it comes to figuring out what you want and what will work best for you, we want to give you all the information that you need to make your decision and come prepared to talk to our wonderful team at Randall Orthodontics.

There are many reasons that Spark Aligners are a good choice for you. Luckily for you, you’ve got a trusted orthodontist with Randall Orthodontics in Idaho Falls. Your orthodontic treatment no longer has to be standard wire braces. We’ve got options to find what will work best for you and for your smile. Now you have the option of the discreet and comfort of clear aligners.

Spark Aligners provide you the discretion when it comes to getting your teeth straightened.

Clear Aligners are normally more desirable because of ease in cleaning and ease in care.

With no wires in your way, they're easier all around for eating and normally means less visits to the orthodontist.

Spark Aligners are the leading aligner brand for comfort, less staining, and are more efficient in moving your teeth.

Leading Brand Clear Aligners Vs. Spark Clear Aligners

Spark Aligners are made with the latest TruGEN technology. With this technology you will typically receive a more effective treatment and you will experience more comfort with the smooth ridge technology compared to traditional braces.

When it comes to use of Spark Clear Aligners, you don’t have a bracket permanently bonded to your teeth. This means that you can take the clear retainers completely off when you eat, drink, and brush your teeth. This will bring ease on knowing that you don’t have to let go of your favorite foods. Flossing and oral health will be much easier since you won’t be flossing around wire and brackets. The transitional period is much faster to have your mouth adjust to Spark Clear Aligners because you don’t have the bulk that comes with metal braces.

What about comfortability? Spark Clear Aligner system are the best for comfort. Not only do they have more clarity than other brands of clear aligners but they have a softer ridge on the edges of the retainer while other brands will have a more harsh edge. This tends to lead to discomfort while wearing them.

Does Age Make It Harder To Get Spark Clear Aligners?

One of the wonderful things about using clear aligners, is it’s more about the type of treatment that you need for orthodontic treatment compared to how old you are. Age is not a necessary factor when it comes to whether or not clear aligners will work for you. You normally won’t know if this is the best choice for you just by age alone. Here are normally some of the qualifications that we look into before recommending Spark Clear Aligner system.

  • If you have slightly crooked teeth on the top, bottom, or for top and bottom crooked teeth.
  • The spacing or gaps between your teeth that you potentially have.
  • If there is overcrowding, meaning teeth pushing in front of another tooth.

Is Clear Aligner Treatment More Expensive Than Braces?

Normally when people are considering the options for getting a straighter smile, one of the biggest factors is cost. Here are Randall Orthodontics  we are happy to help you figure out what will work with your insurance and set up a payment plan that will help you get your smile where you want it to be. Don’t put off getting the smile that you want because you don’t feel like you can afford it. Here at Randall Orthodontics we are here to work with you an a specialized plan. Come check out the leading aligner brand and enjoy a beautiful smile.

To talk with Dr. Randall and to schedule a consultation for Spark Clear Aligners, we invite you to fill out the contact form below. To save time, you can also fill out these pre-registration forms. We can’t wait to help you smile with confidence!

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