How Does Aligners Work?

Clear aligners are custom-made, removable orthodontic appliances designed to gradually shift crooked and misaligned teeth into the desired position.
The treatment consists of a set of aligners where each aligner is tailored to fit the specific needs of the patient and moves the teeth in small increments until the desired movement is achieved.

Compared to metal braces, our clear aligners are faster, elegant and more convenient


Our removable aligner treatment allows you to easily maintain high oral hygiene

No food restriction

Aligners are very comfortable to wear and remove whenever you like to eat your favorite food.

Almost Invisible

BClear Aligners are elegant and almost invisible, many finish the treatment without being noticed.

Treatable Cases

Teeth SpacingMild to Moderated CrowdingOverjetCross BiteUnder BiteOver BiteOpen Bite

Open Bite

An open bite occurs when the upper and lower teeth don’t meet properly when the mouth is closed, leaving a gap between them. This can lead to difficulties with biting, chewing, and speaking.

Teeth Spacing

Spacing, or gaps between the teeth, can be both a cosmetic and functional concern. It can be caused by a variety of factors, such as genetics or gum disease, and may cause difficulty with chewing and speaking.

Cross Bite

Cross bite is a common dental issue where the upper and lower teeth don’t meet properly, causing some of the upper teeth to bite on the inside of the lower teeth. This can cause discomfort, difficulty chewing, and even jaw pain.

Teeth Crowding

Crowding is a common dental issue where there isn’t enough space in the jaw for all the teeth, causing them to overlap and twist. This can make it difficult to clean teeth properly, leading to dental issues such as decay and gum disease.


Under Bite

An under bite is a dental condition where the lower teeth protrude in front of the upper teeth, causing an uneven bite. This can lead to difficulties with biting and chewing, as well as jaw pain and headaches.


Overjet, also known as protruding front teeth, is a dental condition where the upper front teeth extend too far forward over the lower teeth. This can lead to self-consciousness about one’s smile and even physical injury if the teeth are damaged in an accident.

Treatment Journey in 3 Steps

Your treatment journey starts by consulting one of our authorized provider, where latest digital treatment planning technologies will be used to simulate how you will smile with BClear Aligners.

  • Submit Patient Records

  • Treatment Plan Simulation
  • Treatment & Follow Up

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We are committed to support our providers with the most advanced clear aligner system for ultimately seamless treatment experience.