As the most transparent clear aligners currently available, patients are often astounded by just how invisible Spark aligners are. What’s more, Spark aligners are easy to clean and rarely stain, keeping them as discreet as possible throughout treatment.
What are Spark aligners?
Spark aligners are ultra-thin, clear plastic trays that sit over your teeth and apply gentle but powerful pressure to your teeth. Hand-trimmed to ensure your maximal comfort and to be almost undetectable by others, Spark aligners are the perfect choice for anyone who wants discreet orthodontic treatment. Custom-made for you, they’re completely removable, so won’t interrupt or interfere with your daily oral hygiene routine or your favourite foods.
How do Spark aligners straighten teeth?
Your new Spark aligners will apply gentle yet efficient pressure to your teeth over time. Every two weeks, you will receive brand new Sparks aligners, adjusted a little more to guide your teeth closer to the desired final location. You won’t need to come in for lengthy appointments for brace adjustments: you can even get regular check ups from home, using our virtual monitoring system.
What will Spark aligners look like?
Spark aligners look similar to the sports mouthguards many athletes wear, but they’re much more discreet. Ultra-thin, made with machine precision and designed for ultimate comfort, Spark aligners are the most transparent clear aligners available today. Stain-resistant, they keep their completely clear appearance and are easy to clean.
Why do patients choose Spark aligners?
Our patients tell us they love Spark aligners because they are
Comfortable and discreet - hand-trimmed for your mouth, they are virtually undetectable by anyone but you
An affordable and convenient option that saves time, since you can have virtual check ups from home
Accurate and powerful - Spark aligners are gentle yet efficient and patients are usually surprised by just how quickly they see initial results
Some consultations require collation of information from other practitioners, additional diagnostic records and/or evaluations undertaken in order to provide you with an in depth orthodontic opinion. In such cases a $250 consultation fee will apply. These could include children under 12, patients referred by their dentist or dental specialist, patients in treatment elsewhere seeking to transfer or those seeking a second opinion.
A free consultation, if applicable, is only offered once. If you fail to attend your free consultation, or cancel at short notice (less than 24 hours before the appointment) a non-refundable $250 charge will be payable prior to scheduling your next appointment.