Spark Clear Aligners Are More Clear, More Comfortable
If you are considering orthodontic treatment using clear aligners, the Spark Clear Aligner System is a great option that provides industry leading clearness, comfort, and performance. Here is an overview of how Spark clear aligners work, giving you all the aesthetic benefits of a nearly invisible aligner with the same teeth straightening performance of traditional braces and other leading aligner brands.
The Best Aligners are Designed Specifically for Your Teeth
Spark aligners may move your teeth faster than braces or other clear aligner brands.
Proven to be more efficient and effective than other aligner materials, getting your teeth to the right spot faster!*
Your Spark Provider will design the best smile specifically for you, resulting in clear aligners that are custom made to your unique teeth.
Spark Clear Aligners are Removable
This allows for more effective brushing and flossing, which can help keep your aligners in better shape for longer.
So You Can Keep Them On All Day
This nearly invisible treatment is discreet, so you can carry on throughout your daily life with confidence.
Get That Sparkling Smile with Reduced Staining
Spark aligners are proven to keep your smile shining and minimize aligner stains.**
If You Are a Foodie. No Problem! Just Pop Out Your Aligners to Eat
Enjoy that crunchy morsel or a coffee by simply popping out your aligners. We provide a case for safekeeping until you are ready to put your Spark aligners back in.
Manage Your Treatment Through a Trusted Professional
Your Spark Provider knows how to best enhance your smile and will design a custom treatment plan based on your needs—don't settle for less!
Here are some of the most common teeth alignment issues Spark Aligners Help Treat:
Crowding occurs when you don’t have enough space for all teeth to fit within the jaws. The teeth may be rotated or overlap.
A crossbite is a misalignment of the arches.
An open bite is most commonly seen when your back teeth are closed and touching, but your front teeth do not touch.
Overbite occurs when the upper and lower teeth don’t meet properly and in some cases protrude outwards.
Spacing occurs when you have extra space resulting in gaps between the teeth.
Underbite occurs when the lower teeth extend past the upper front teeth.
A deep bite is when upper front teeth excessively overlap the bottom front teeth when back teeth are closed.
Here are some clear aligner before and after photos so you can see Spark at work for yourself:
* Data on file.
** Compared to aligners made with commercially available material. Data on file.