Clear Aligners in Dubai

Strong And Sleek
Like Natural Teeth

Virtually Invisible and Removable

No Wires or Brackets

No Food Restrictions

Easy to Clean

clear aligners in dubai
clear aligners dubai

The clear alternative to braces

Clear Aligners, also known as invisible aligners, are a type of orthodontic treatment designed to correct misaligned or crooked teeth. They are custom-made, transparent plastic mouthpieces that are virtually invisible and removable, making them a convenient alternative to traditional braces.

Clear Aligners are different from traditional braces in that they don’t have wires or brackets, and they can be removed for eating, brushing, flossing, or for short periods or social situations. The nearly invisible appearance of clear aligners makes them ideal for those who want to maintain a natural look while undergoing orthodontic treatment.

Clear Aligners offer a level of convenience and flexibility that traditional braces don’t, making them a popular choice for many people. If you’re looking for an orthodontic solution that is discreet, easy to clean and maintain and offers more freedom to eat your preferred foods, then clear aligners might be the right choice for you.

What can clear aligners treat?

clear aligner crossbite

Bite problems

overbite, underbite, open bite and crossbite

Crowded teeth

when the teeth overlap

Diastema (gaps)

when there are small or large gaps between the teeth

Type of clear aligners in Dubai

One of the most advanced clear aligners, these invisible, bespoke, and removable aligners are a great alternative to traditional braces and can correct different bite and alignment issues
eon aligners

Eon aligners

One of the most trusted brands, Eon aligners use the latest technologies and quality materials, offering a faster, more convenient alternative to metal braces.

sure smile


SureSmile® Clear Aligners are designed to ensure they fit comfortably, promote better oral hygiene, and deliver the exact tooth movements needed to achieve your ideal smile.


Most frequent questions and answers

The cost of clear aligners depends on various factors, such as the type of aligner, your oral health needs, the amount of work required by the dentist, and the length of treatment. These factors can all impact the overall cost of your orthodontic work.

At Micris Dental Clinic, we understand that cost is an important consideration for many patients. That’s why we make sure to offer treatments that fit within your budget, without compromising on quality. Our team will work with you to find a solution that fits your needs and budget.

Clear aligners, like traditional braces, are designed to move teeth gradually over time. The process starts with a consultation with an orthodontist. During the consultation, the orthodontist will examine your teeth, discuss your goals and needs, and determine if clear aligners are the right solution for you.

Next, the orthodontist will gather diagnostic information through x-rays, photographs, impressions, or digital scans of your teeth. This information will be used to create a tailored treatment plan specifically for your needs.

Once your custom-made clear aligners are ready, you’ll need to wear them for 20 to 22 hours each day. The aligner trays will be replaced every one to two weeks to help shift your teeth into place. Regular follow-up appointments and adjustments may be necessary during the treatment process to ensure you achieve your desired results. With clear aligners, you’ll be well on your way to a new and improved smile.

Steps to Clean Clear Aligners:

  1. Brush aligners with gentle soap or gel and a soft-bristled toothbrush.
  2. Rinse and pat dry before putting them back in the mouth.
  3. Soak in retainer cleaner for 20-30 minutes to remove built-up dirt or stains.

Note: Daily cleaning helps maintain the longevity and effectiveness of the aligners.

The length of clear aligner treatment varies from patient to patient, but it typically takes between 6 to 18 months.

Clear aligner treatment has a high success rate and has been proven effective in straightening teeth and correcting bite problems.

Clear aligner treatment has a high success rate and has been proven effective in straightening teeth and correcting bite problems.

If you’re pregnant, it’s okay to use clear aligners to straighten your teeth as long as all necessary x-rays and scans are taken before conception. Clear aligners don’t require anesthesia or other medications that might harm your unborn child.

For nursing mothers, clear aligners are also considered safe. They don’t contain any substances or chemicals that could affect milk production.

Patients typically visit the dentist once every 4 to 6 weeks during their clear aligner treatment. These check-up appointments with the orthodontist are to make sure the aligners are properly correcting misaligned teeth. These appointments are generally brief.

  1. Clear aligners are virtually invisible, providing a more cosmetic-appealing option for patients seeking orthodontic treatment.
  2. Clear aligners are removable, allowing for easier cleaning and maintenance of oral hygiene.
  3. Clear aligners do not have metal wires or brackets that can cause discomfort or irritate the mouth.
  4. Clear aligner treatment typically requires fewer office visits compared to traditional braces, as adjustments are made using new sets of aligners.
  5. Clear aligners are typically more comfortable to wear than traditional braces.
  6. Clear aligner treatment is often faster and more efficient than traditional braces, with some patients experiencing treatment times of as little as 6 months.
  7. Clear aligners allow for a more personalized treatment experience, as they are custom-made to fit the unique dental anatomy of each individual patient.

Clear aligner treatment is typically not painful, but patients may experience some discomfort during the first few days of wearing each new set of aligners.

Clear aligners can be used to treat a wide range of orthodontic cases, but more complex cases may require additional orthodontic treatments or appliances.

Clear aligners can temporarily impact speech and eating habits, but these effects are typically short-lived and improve as patients adjust to wearing the aligners.