Dallas Dentist Answers Questions about Bioliners Tooth Aligners

Written by Dr. Lin on Apr 23, 2013

How long do I have to wear Bioliners™ to get straight teeth?

Treatment time depends on the amount of straightening needed and the results desired with each Bioliner™ alignment treatment. Generally speaking you’ll use each Bioliner™ aligner for two to three weeks, which is followed by one to two weeks of using The Bioliner Plus™.

Why does your dental practice offer Bioliners™ instead of Invisalign®?

The Dallas Dentist and his team have chosen to offer the Bioliners™ alignment option for several reasons. Bioliners are:

  • An effective option for correcting tooth alignment concerns
  • Clear and virtually invisible
  • Much more comfortable than traditional braces
  • Significantly less expensive than Invisalign

Will Bioliners™ really make a difference after treatment?

The needs of every patient are unique, but normally patients see positive results every time they change to the next set of aligners. Various factors that affect the final results of your Bioliner™ treatment include:

  • The shape of your teeth
  • The position of the root in the area of treatment
  • The health of your gums

How much do Bioliners™ cost?

The cost of Bioliners™ treatment depends greatly on how much straightening is needed to obtain a beautifully aligned result. We will be more than happy to consult with you to provide an accurate estimate of treatment cost. Please contact our Dallas Dentist office, to arrange a free consultation. We will be happy to evaluate your specific situation and help you choose the best option for you.
Will I have to wait long to begin treatment with Bioliners™?

Once we develop a treatment plan, we will take impressions of your teeth. These molds will be sent to the dental lab to create custom-crafted Bioliners. Your custom set of Bioliners™ will be fabricated in about five days, and we will then arrange an appointment to begin treatment.

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