Why ODS Aligners?

Thickness plays an important role. Thin aligners are used to facilitate initial movements just like light Niti wires are used in traditional orthodontics. Thick aligners are used to achieve stable and complex movements.

With the help of customised attachments and accessories, many extraction as well as non-extraction cases are feasible with clear aligners due to the advances in treatment methodology At Orthodontic Solutions, we support our doctors to achieve the best possible results.

We have an experienced team of orthodontists to help you along the entire treatment process. We are here to address your concerns and provide every required assistance.

To achieve desired orthodontic movements, every orthodontic treatment has to be customised. There are a variety of attachments, both positive and negative, to achieve the required tooth movements. Attachments play an important role in anchorage as well. With proper shade planning, attachments can be camouflaged to the unsuspecting eye.

During the early years, clear aligners were believed to be useful for mild cases such as minor crowding or mild space closure. Today, with advancements in the clear aligner technology and the introduction of attachments and accessories, movements like distalization, expansion, medialization and bodily movement, which were considered difficult even with traditional orthodontics, can be achieved

We are committed to support our doctors and patients at every step of the treatment process.

Compared to the traditionally wired braces, clear aligners give you the liberty to enjoy your life to the fullest  

    • No dietary restrictions
    • Easy to wear and remove
    • Effective maintenance of oral hygeine
    • No mandatory monthly visits to the orthodontist
    • Invisible to the unsuspecting eye
    • Real tatse of food with no interferring metal - no sticking, no allergies .

Based on the fundamentals of orthodontics, ODS aligners build on the intersection of medicine and digital technology. The ODS aligner treatment is planned and sequential. Each aligner is worn for approximately two weeks before moving to the next aligners. Each aligner applies the required forces to achieve the desired tooth movement in a planned direction. Aligner thickness varies as per the requirements and periodontal health of the patient.