eon Aligner is one of most trusted brands of clear removable aligners today. Unlike traditional braces, eon Aligners allow you to straighten your teeth without the hassle of metal brackets, wires and elastics. With eon, we are able to comfortably improve your smile without compromising your lifestyle.
Take the first step towards your eon journey.
Just like any orthodontic treatment, your eon journey will start with a consultation with our Specialist Orthodontist who will determine if eon Aligner is right for you. If you are eligible and you decide to proceed with the treatment, we will create a customized plan for you and show you a 3D video manifestation of the plan which allows you to see the process and the desired outcome.
eon Aligner works by gradually altering the position of your teeth.
Once you commit to the treatment plan designed for you, you will get sets of custom-made aligners that you will wear for 2 weeks throughout the course of your treatment. To get the best results, you should wear your eon Aligners regularly for 20 to 22 hours a day removing them only when you eat, floss or brush. eon Aligners are lightweight, only 0.3mm thin and are made from superior grade material that won’t irritate your cheeks and gums.
How long does average eon Aligner treatment take?
Like most orthodontic treatment, the course of your treatment depends on several individual factors such as the severity of your malocclusion and your compliance. Typically, the average treatment time is 13 months and once yours is over, you will retainer at night as instructed by your Orthodontist.
How much does an eon Aligner treatment cost?
The cost of eon Aligners depends on the complexity and length of your treatment. We do have a pricing scheme that allows for installment payments to make it easy for you to begin your treatment today.
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