Beautiful smile. Dazzling smiles. Movie star smile. The ubiquity of such statements shows why people have deep running concerns about their smile. In most cases, they are trying to live up to the expectations of a society that values a great smile.
While some people are gifted with a great set of teeth, others need a dental intervention to get there. While effective, braces often make some people more self-conscious. Thankfully, you can help your patients dodge this bullet by recommending clear aligners for teeth straightening as an alternative.
Cloak of Invisibility
Since most of these aligners are made of acrylic or clear plastic, they are barely noticeable. This invisibility is a great selling point as it lends itself to the needs of people conscious of their looks. Again, since each aligner is custom made for each tooth, they fit snugly in the mouth and won’t feel bulky.
This approach eliminates the discomfort that comes with regular braces. Better yet, patients can take them off while brushing, flossing, and eating. Such merits should make it easy to persuade even the most reluctant of patients to try it and enjoy the benefits of having a great set of pearly whites.
A Non-Invasive Solution
The nature of the invisible braces makes them an asset to patients looking to fix their dental anomalies without too many inconveniences. Unlike bonded retainers, this approach doesn’t require surgical intervention. You only need to create an impression of their teeth to create the retainers. Better yet, you only need to scan the patient’s mouth to get an imprint if you have the right equipment.
The emergence of 3D printing technology makes this process a breeze. If you don’t have a 3D printer, you can simply take the imprint then print the aligners online through a specialist service. Your patient would appreciate such a convenient and seamless service, and it translates into profit for your practice.
As the society places great importance on having a great smile, people go great lengths to live up to these expectations. Helping patients achieve this goal translates into brisk business for your practice.