Straighten Teeth With Clearline Ortho's Clear or Invisible Braces by AlinaSmith

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									Clear Teeth & Beautiful Smiles
   Clearline Ortho is the Next Generation in
    Invisible Orthodontics.
   Clearline Ortho straightens teeth using a
    series of clear, plastic, removable liners.
   You wear one set of liners for three weeks
    and then move to the next set. By the end of
    treatment, your teeth will have moved from
    an untreated state to a treated, beautiful
   We make "Clearliners" by
    utilizing our customized
    soft wares and hard
    wares, Mechatronics
    engineering, digital
    dental technology and
    patient natural dentition
    to line up the teeth
Module 1: Clearline Ortho

   Module 2: Product options
   and pricing

      Module 3 : Clearline Ortho
Clearline Ortho’s Revolutionary
   Technology Results in a
   Number of Benefits Over
 Traditional Braces and other
        Liners Systems
   Superior technology
   More control over the treatment process
   Unique patient benefits
   Lower cost care
   Utilizing natural dentition.
   Manipulate teeth as well as modify teeth.
comfortable   Faster   Clear
Removable    convenient


High technology

Digital imaging

   1. Patient upper and lower PVS impressions,
    with clear, bubble-free margins and wisdom
    molars (if present) also shown.
   2. PVS bite registration
   3. Radiographs (Cephalometric and
   4. 3-5 Intra-oral and 2 extra-oral
    Photographs (frontal, profile, smiling).
   5. Filled and signed Clearliner case order
“ The key to proper fitting Clearliners
  begins with accurate PVS impressions”
   Impressions must always be taken using PVS or
    VPS (polyvinyl siloxane) impression material

   Other materials such as polyethers (Impregum) or
    alginates (Jeltrate) are not acceptable

   Both upper & lower impressions are required
    even if treating one arch

   It is highly recommended that you cleanly
    capture the distal of the second molars

   Periodontal and pre-ortho restorations should be
    completed prior to impression
   Choose the right tray size by trying tray in
   Bite registration may also be helpful to
    determine tray size
   Make sure the tray reaches distal to the 2nd
   Modify tray if necessary
                          Gingival Margins
   Gingival Margins         Follow margins around
   Occlusal Surfaces         entire arch, both buccal
                              and lingual
   Molar Region
   Material Adhesion        All margins appear crisp
                              and clean (no excessive
   Material Appearance       voids/drags or light
   Tooth by Tooth            imprint)
                             Impression material
                              captures at least 2mm
                              beyond the gingival
                              margin on buccal/lingual
                          Occlusal Surface
   Gingival Margins
                              All cusps and incisal
    Occlusal Surfaces
                             edges show clearly
   Molar Region
                             <1 mm area of tray
   Material Adhesion         show through on
   Material Appearance       cusps or incisal
   Tooth by Tooth            edges (e.g. dental
                              anatomy is not
                          Molar Region
   Gingival Margins
   Occlusal Surfaces        terminal molars on the
   Molar Region              distal if they are going
                              to be moved
   Material Adhesion
   Material Appearance      Accurate capture of
   Tooth by Tooth            mesialhalf if Full
                              capture of terminal
                              molars are not going
                              to be moved
                          Material Adhesion
   Gingival Margins
   Occlusal Surfaces        No separation of material
                              from tray
   Molar Region
   Material Adhesion        Wash, or light body, is
   Material Appearance       tightly adhering to heavy
   Tooth by Tooth            body (applies to
                              heavy/light technique
                          Material Appearance
   Gingival Margins
   Occlusal Surfaces        No presence of folds or
   Molar Region
   Material Adhesion
                             No presence of double
   Material Appearance       imprint
   Tooth by Tooth
                             No relining
                          Tooth by Tooth
   Gingival Margins         No tray show through or
                              extremely thin walls of
   Occlusal Surfaces         material present
   Molar Region              All occlusal, facial/buccal
   Material Adhesion         lingual anatomy is present
   Material Appearance      Dental anatomy is not
                              compromised by
   Tooth by Tooth            size/shape of
                             Gingival margins are well
    Cephalometric X-rays are not as common as “full
    sets” or bitewing X-rays, but they serve several
    important functions:

   Provide views of the side profile of the face.
   Provide views of the jaw in relation to the cheekbone.
   Provide information about “bad bites” or
   Allow measurement of the teeth.
   Identify fractures and other injuries to the teeth and
   Assists in orthodontic planning.
    Panoramic X-rays are extremely versatile in
    dentistry, and are used to:

   Assess patients with an extreme gag reflex.
   Evaluate the progression of TMJ.
   Expose cysts and abnormalities.
   Expose impacted teeth.
   Expose jawbone fractures.
   Plan treatment (full and partial dentures, braces
    and implants).
   Reveal gum disease and cavities.
   Eliminate all distractions in the field of view:
    saliva, lipstick, blood, etc.
   Include only teeth and surrounding gingival
    margins in photo (position camera, zoom)
   Using retractors, pull lip out of intraoral
    photo view
   Mirrors can be placed in warm water to
    prevent fogging during use
   Patient should stand against a white or lightly
   non-distracting background
   Keep patient slightly away from the
    background to reduce shadows
   Have patient close in maximum
   A beautiful confident smile and increased self
    esteem aren't the only benefits of Clearline
    Ortho — your oral health can be positively
    enhanced as well. Learn more about several
    common issues.

   Overly crowded teeth
   Widely spaced teeth
   Cross bites
   Overbites
   Under bites
   Occur when there is simply a lack of room
    within your jaw for all of your teeth to fit
Before   After
   Occur when there is extra space within the
   occur when the upper and lower jaws are
    both misaligned.
Before   After
   occur when the upper teeth overlap
    significantly with the lower teeth.
Before   After
   Occur when the lower teeth protrude past the
    front teeth, usually caused by undergrowth of
    the upper jaw, overgrowth of the lower jaw,
    or both.
Before   After
   Increased visibility into the treatment
    process and results
   You have the freedom to make ongoing
    adjustments at no additional cost
   Studies show that doctor’s practice
    increase by over 50% with Clearline
   Over 60% reduction in your practice chair
    side time with Clearline Ortho
   Clearline Ortho Produces a “Clearer” product
   – Reduced “clouding” during wear
   Superior fit and comfort due to accuracy
   Better hygiene –– smooth surface doesn’t trap
   Easier to clean – no ridge
   There is no age limit for the treatment.

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