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Prices from Lumiliner dentists starting from 2004 €
- Aesthetic alignment for one jaw (10 aligners) 2004 €
- Alignment treatment for both jaws (2 x 14 aligners) 2884 €
- Extensive alignment treatment for both jaws (2 x 21 aligners) 3904 €
The prices include a 3D treatment plan, aligner trays, retainer trays and all dentist’s fees.
Convenient and inconspicuous
tray alignment treatment
Clear aligners have revolutionized orthodontics since they were introduced in the late 1990’s. The treatment method is convenient, discreet and comfortable to use. With the removable, nearly invisible Lumiliner aligners the desired end result is usually achieved in 5–12 months.
The aligner trays which have been tailored specifically for your teeth will correct the position of your teeth step by step — efficiently, precisely and gently. Alignment treatment is always carried out safely according to a treatment plan designed under the supervision of your dentist.
In the first appointment the dentist will take impressions either digitally or with an impression tray of the patient’s teeth and send them to Lumi Dental. A few days later the dentist will present the treatment plan (including a video animation and 3D pictures) to the patient. The treatment plan will show in detail the phases of the treatment and the expected end result. The production of the aligners begins once the patient and the dentist have approved the treatment plan and the order for alignment trays has been placed.
Two weeks after the aligner order has been placed, the aligners will arrive at the dental office. At the next appointment the dentist will affix small attachments on some of the teeth. These grip surfaces will help the trays to guide the teeth into desired direction. The patient will receive aligners for the next 6–8 weeks. The numbered trays will be replaced with the next trays every two weeks.
There is a control appointment every 6–8 weeks upon which the patient is supplied with aligner trays for the following weeks.
Final control and retention
When the treatment has finished, the dentist inspects the end result. At this final appointment the dentist decides what sort of retention the end result requires in order to prevent the teeth retracting back to their original position. The most common retainers are retainer trays and retention wires on the inner surface of the teeth. The doctor specifies the length of the retainer use.