Why Choose Crystal Clear Aligners?


  • Materials

    Our aligners are made of a newly created BPA-free hybrid material that is pliable yet strong and can be relied on to provide the most efficient treatment. This easy-to-clean material is easy to care for and also maintains its translucency.

  • Personalized Treatment

    Our team of hygienists will spend as much time as needed with our patients to train them in caring for their aligners. We also provide our patients with one of the most efficient cleaning systems available.


    We offer our patients a one-to-one relationship with our Crystal Clear Aligners ® patients. This means that the same person who helps you plan your treatment will also fabricate the appliance that transforms your smile.

  • Advanced Technology

    The software used to create our aligners enhances our specialists’ ability to manipulate our patient’s tooth movements to achieve the best results in the shortest time.


    Additionally, this technology allows our specialists to follow the patient’s treatment and to continually assess tooth movement.

  • Honesty

    We provide an honest assessment and comprehensive information to each patient so that they can make an informed decision about the best orthodontic treatment for them.

  • Affordability & Convenience

    Crystal Clear Aligners® comes with an affordable price and premier patient service. Treatment can begin almost immediately, and any lost trays can be restored in less than a week.

  • Protective & Comfortable

    Crystal Clear Aligner® trays do not go past the gum line, eliminating cuts or lacerations to the gums or tongue. Additionally, there are no attachments affixed to the teeth, which could cause damage. 


    Crystal Clear® technology uses a modified tray design to identify pressure and provide relief with minimal placement of attachment grips. We also only keep the attachments in place until the end of the treatment time. So, once the required movement of a tooth has been achieved, we will remove that attachment for the next set of trays to protect the enamel.

    The reduced number of attachments presents many advantages:

    • No struggling or unwanted tray movement.
    • No special tools for taking the trays off, even during the first days.
    • No attachment loss, which reduces the hassle of repeating treatment.
    • No embarrassment when kissing or smiling.