What is Allesee Orthodontic Appliance?
Allesee Orthodontic Appliance is the advanced way to straighten teeth and improve smiles. Using the latest medical imaging technologies, AOA manufacturers precision polymer aligners that rapidly straighten teeth. Using a precise 3 dimensional analysis of your teeth and adjacent tissue, AOA crafts personalized aligners for each patient. Each aligner is worn for 3 weeks, and can be removed to eat, brush, floss, and on special occasions. During wear, the patient’s teeth are gently moved to their ideal position.
The length of the process depends on the patient’s specific situation and the results the patient wants to achieve. AOA aligners are:
Clear · most people won’t even know you’re wearing them
Comfortable · AOA aligners have a smooth surface that is gentle in your mouth
Removable · take them out to eat or brush, then put them back in again
Hygienic · smooth surfaces stay cleaner than other plastic aligners
Affordable · in most cases, the cost is comparable to metal braces
Fast · treatment time is comparable and in many cases less than that of traditional braces
Convenient · whether you’re a singer, musician, or just going on a first date, you’ll love AOA aligners
AOA Can Work For You
People aren’t born with perfect teeth. For many patients, AOA creates that beautiful smile. Here are some of the common orthodontic conditions that AOA treats:
Crowding – teeth are too close together
Spacing – gaps between teeth
Overbite/Overjet – front teeth stick out
Underbite – lower teeth stick out
Crossbite – upper and lower teeth are out of alignment
Openbite – space appears between surfaces of upper and lower teeth during bite
Misplaced midline – center lines of upper and lower teeth don’t align
AOA is the ideal solution in many such cases. And while AOA works for most orthodontic problems, only a trained AOA orthodontist or dentist can tell you if this revolutionary product will work for you.
AOA outperforms other aligners
When it comes to creating beautiful smiles, AOA is the clear winner. AOA aligners:
Are clearer · AOA aligners are the “clearest” on the market.
Stay clearer · AOA aligners do not “cloud” during treatment.
Are more hygienic · the smooth surface of AOA aligners has no ridges to trap bacteria, and is easier to clean.
Are more comfortable · AOA’s revolutionary manufacturing process creates the most precise aligners on the market today, ensuring the most accurate fit.
Frequently Asked Questions[spoiler title="How much does AOA cost?" open="0" style="2"]The cost of AOA will vary from patient to patient, depending on the treatment that’s needed, and is generally comparable to the cost of traditional braces. However, doctors will set their own charges for treatment and we do not provide specific cost information.[/spoiler]
General Questions[spoiler title="How does AOA work?" open="0" style="2"]AOA uses proprietary technology to produce aligners customized for each patient’s teeth. The patient wears one set of aligners for three weeks and then moves to another set if necessary. By the end of treatment, the teeth have will have moved from an untreated to a treated, beautiful smile.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="What are the benefits of AOA?" open="0" style="2"]AOA has a number of important benefits: AOA aligners are so clear, they’re almost invisible. So no one will know you’re straightening your teeth, unless you tell them.AOA’s customized aligners are more comfortable than other forms of orthodontic treatment. There are no wires to tighten and no braces to scrape against the inside of your mouth.AOA is removable, so you can floss and brush your teeth normally during treatment.
AOA aligners are more hygienic. AOA aligners are easy to maintain and clean during treatment.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="What are aligners made of?" open="0" style="2"]AOA aligners are made of clear, medical grade polymers. The aligners are so clear, it’s likely that no one will be able to tell you’re wearing them, unless you tell them.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="What do aligners look like?" open="0" style="2"]Aligners are clear, polymer appliances that are almost completely transparent. Some patients have commented that aligners look similar to tooth whitening trays, others think of them as “contact lenses for your teeth”.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Is AOA the same as invisible braces or clear braces?" open="0" style="2"]The AOA System is a series of clear, removable, plastic aligners. Because the aligners are clear, AOA is sometimes referred to as invisible braces or clear braces. With AOA, there are no fixed orthodontic appliances.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="How long has AOA been on the market?" open="0" style="2"]The technology behind invisible orthodontics has been on the market for decades. AOA has developed an advanced system of invisible orthodontics that has unique aesthetic and hygienic benefits. Many orthodontists and dentists consider the AOA product to be the next generation in invisible orthodontics.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="How old is this technology?" open="0" style="2"]The concept behind AOA dates back to 1945 when it was first envisioned that a series of tooth positioners could achieve the same movements that most people thought were only achievable with metal braces. With AOA, this is now possible.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="How many patients are being treated with AOA?" open="0" style="2"]AOA is part of the invisible orthodontics category of treatment. Hundreds of thousands of patients have been treated with invisible orthodontics throughout the world.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Do doctors need special training to use AOA?" open="0" style="2"]To treat patients with AOA, doctors must be trained to use invisible orthodontics and certified as an AOA provider.t[/spoiler] [spoiler title="What is the minimum age of a patient that a doctor can treat with AOA?" open="0" style="2"]Doctors can use AOA to treat a vast majority of patients with fully erupted second molars. In most patients, this typically occurs between the ages of 12 and 14.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="What problems can AOA correct?" open="0" style="2"]AOA can treat a wide range of cases. The best way to find out if AOA can work for you is to set up an appointment with an AOA doctor. To find one near you click here.[/spoiler] [spoiler title="If I'm currently wearing braces, can I switch into AOA?" open="0" style="2"]Many patients have switched to invisible orthodontics after wearing traditional braces for a period of time. We recommend that you consult your orthodontist or dentist to determine if you can switch.[/spoiler] [spacer size="40"]