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Aligners Invisible Braces

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Dental aligners, commonly known as Invisible Braces, are transparent custom-made, 3D printed trays made of medical grade, biocompatible polyurethane resin which is used to straighten teeth. Unlike traditional braces that involve fixed metal wires around your teeth, aligners are clear, removable, comfortable and custom made for you. Wearing susequent sets of aligners moves your teeth gradually; giving you a healthy new smile. Patients who have fear or discomfort for the traditional braces treatment, teens, adults, working professional, sports personal can easily opt for this  treatment .  

Advantages Of Aligners


Virtually Invisible


Rapid Result


No More Frequent Visit


Safe and Removable


Minimum Restrictions


Cosmetically Acceptable

Difference Between Aligners And Braces
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Why Us ?



Approved Technology

Faster results, no greying of aligners .


0% EMI

Pay in EMI as your treatment proceeds. 


In Clinic Support 

Unlimited free consultations & adjustment during treatment.


Transparent Pricing 

You pay only for number of aligners you get. 


Hassle-Free Process 

No frequent visit, no bulky impressions. 


Retainers Included

No extra charges for retainers.


I had my aligners treatment from Dr. Chopra dental clinic. It was a great experience and I’m satisfied with the results and my treatment by Dr. Chopra. Highly recommended. Thank you for your amazing services.


I am a working professional . Correction of my irregular teeth with aligner increases my self confidence . Thanks a lot dr. chopra.



I have get done my teeth straighten with latest technology without wires n brackets ,completely invisible ,using aligners . Fast results,painless , affordable. Best place where you can take care of your smile. 

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Dental Problems which can be corrected with aligners

Gaps or Spaces between teeth

Gaps in Teeth or spaces between teeth is a common problem in India. According a survey, 1 in every 4 Indians have this problem. Clear Aligners or Invisible Braces are the perfect solution for this problem. Gaps in Teeth are the easiest orthodontic problem to solve with  Aligner and can be treated in a very short time.

Open Bite (Gap in Upper & Lower Teeth)

An open bite is a condition where your upper and lower teeth do not touch each other when the mouth is shut. Such a problem exists generally because the teeth are not aligned correctly. This can also be corrected using  Aligners. Most cases are simple and may not need braces and can be corrected using aligners or invisible braces.

Crowding (Crooked, Zigzag Teeth)

Crowded teeth generally occur in individuals with a smaller facial frame. Due to insufficient space the teeth are not able to erupt straight in their correct positions. As a result of this the teeth are crooked and overlapping one another abruptly. Crowding generally needs a longer treatment plan but most cases can be corrected with Aligners.

Cross Bite (Upper Teeth fitting behind the Lower Teeth)

In case of a Cross Bite, some of the upper teeth fit just behind the lower teeth. Aligners can solve most cases of Under Bite very effectively.


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