Dallas Cosmetic Dentists Addresses Advantages of Bioliner™ Clear Teeth Aligners

Written by Dr. Lin on Dec 6, 2011

Many of my patients who have alignment issues have heard of Invisalign but are unfamiliar with Bioliner™ invisible teeth aligners. I’m often asked why I’ve chosen to use the Bioliner™ System, rather than the more well-known Invisalign. These clear aligners can be used to facilitate minor tooth movement similar to Invisalign but are much more affordable. Let’s look at some of the advantages of Bioliners™

What Is the Bioliner System™?
Bioliner™ is an amazing new tooth aligner made of ultra clear plastic with a soft thermal plastic insert. It provides a clear, lightweight, removable alternative to traditional braces. The Bioliner™ trays are custom-fit to your mouth and designed to gradually correct the alignment of your teeth.

Who can use the Bioliner™ System?
The Bioliner™ system can solve most minor teeth adjustment issues. Some of the more common concerns that are appropriate for treatment with the Bioliner system are:

  • Spaces or gaps in the teeth
  • Minor overcrowding of teeth
  • Crooked or rotated teeth
  • The need for minor adjustments caused by lapses in wearing retainers
  • Completion of alignment treatment when wearing traditional braces is not an option
Why did you choose the Bioliner System™?
Dallas Cosmetic Dentistry chose the Bioliner System™ for several reasons. They are highly effective, practically invisible, and they are a very comfortable straightening option. They provide straightening results in a manner similar to Invisalign, but Bioliners™ are significantly less expensive than Invisalign and can be more comfortable to wear.

What are the advantages of Bioliners™?
  • Discreet Treatment
  • Easy to Put On
  • Removable for Eating
  • Allow for easier dental hygiene
  • Shorter Treatment Time
  • Easier, less painful adjustments
How much do Bioliners™ cost?
As with any customized treatment, the cost of your Bioliner™ treatment depends largely on the extent of straightening needed. The best way to establish a cost is for you to visit your Dallas, TX Cosmetic Dentist for a free personal consultation.