SmileStyler has been designed to not just straighten your teeth, but also to positively affect the aesthetic features of your face. SmileStyler is highly effective in treating all sorts of teeth straightening issues and can help you can achieve your perfect smile.

Results do vary between individual cases and ideal aligner cases are those that require moderate alignment or rotation. Talk to your dentist or orthodontist about whether SmileStyler is the right solution for dental issues, such as:

A smile diagram showing overbite, where upper teeth protrude over the lower teeth showing SmileStyler dental aligners can treat this issue.

OVERBITE

Upper teeth protrude over the lower teeth by a proportion of between 30-50%.

A smile diagram showing a crowded smile, with a lack of space for teeth, that can then be twisted or displaced showing that SmileStyler can treat this issue.

CROWDING

The lack of space for all the teeth to fit normally within the jaws. The teeth may be twisted or displaced.

A smile diagram with spacing, characterised by a lack of contact points between teeth.which shows Smilestyler aligners can treat this issue.

SPACING/DIASTEMA

A dental anomaly characterised by interdental spaces and lack of contact points between teeth.

A smile diagram with rotations, where one or more teeth are not aligned properly. which shows that SmileStyler clear aligners can treat this issue.

ROTATIONS

A condition where one or more teeth are not aligned properly in relation to the adjacent and opposing teeth.

A smile diagram showing crossbite, where teeth are inset behind other teeth showing that SmileStyler can treat this issue.

CROSSBITE

A malocclusion where a tooth (or teeth) are inset behind the inside of a corresponding tooth.

A smile diagram with openbite, where the top and bottom front teeth fail to touch showing SmileStyler teeth aligners can treat this issue.

OPENBITE

Occurs when the front teeth fail to touch and there is no overlap between upper and lower incisors.

A smile diagram with an underbite, where the lower teeth protrude over the upper teeth showing SmileStyler aligners can treat this issue.

UNDERBITE

A condition in which the lower teeth and jaw protrude in front of the upper
teeth.

A smile diagram with dental midlines, where upper and lower teeth do not align showing Smilestyler invisible aligners can treat this issue.

DENTAL MIDLINES

This type of problem is caused when the bite does not fit and match appropriately.

A smile diagram showing a narrow smile, with excess space between back teeth and the smile edge showing that SmileStyler clear aligners can treat this issue.

BUCCAL CORRIDORS

Negative space present between the lateral aspects of the back teeth and the corner of the mouth during smile which appears as a dark space.

A smile diagram showing a gummy-smile, where the gums show when you are smiling which shows that Smilestyler teeth straightening aligners can treat this issue.

GUMMY SMILE

A ‘gummy smile’ is one where the gums show when you are smiling.

A smile diagram showing overjet - a large horizontal distance between upper and lower teeth showing that Smilestyler aligners can treat this issue.

OVERJET

Refers to the horizontal distance between the upper front teeth and lower front teeth.

Case study

For the first time, dentists can use clear aligners to do much more than move teeth. With the right patient commitment and SmileStyler’s unique orthodontic approach, they can apply key aesthetic and facial proportions providing patients the outcome they expect.

Debbie is a 25 year-old professional who wants something different to conventional fixed orthodontics or aesthetic aligners. Debbie’s goals are to straighten and whiten her teeth and broaden her smile. Debbie’s dentist collaborated with SmileStyler to ensure that her treatment reduced the dark spaces in the corners of her mouth, aligned her front upper and lower teeth and improved her overbite.

The dentist then used SmileStyler’s 3D software to clearly show how her orthodontic treatment plan will progress in achieving her desired smile. This approach also has the added bonus of getting the patient enthusiastic about how the final outcome will look.

One of the many critical differences between conventional fixed orthodontic braces and other clear aligner products is that the SmileStyler process uses a new 3D scan of the teeth between each phase or every 6 aligner steps. These 3D scans are used to manufacture the next phase of aligners. The benefit of this is to ensure that subsequent aligners fit perfectly by allowing for discrepancies that occur during the treatment process. Because SmileStyler delivers aligners within 1 week, there are no delays in treatment times and no unforeseen costs if mid-course correction is needed.

The dentist, in conjunction with SmileStyler, determined that Debbie needed 24 aligners to complete her treatment. During the course of treatment her dental arches were expanded to reduce the dark spaces in the corners of her mouth, her front lower and upper teeth were aligned and the deep overbite was reduced. During the final phase of her treatment a 3D scan was used to manufacture her free set of retainers to maintain her desired smile.

Patient’s like Debbie make it clear that the future is upon us. Patient’s expect more, so it is reassuring to know that practitioners have access to innovative products such as SmileStyler.

A smilestyler patient, depicted after her clear dental aligner treatment began.

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    Your Dentist or Orthodontist will advise you whether SmileStyler is suitable for you.