The innovative technology of NiTime Aligners

The first patented aligner design, specifically optimized for 9-12 hour night-time wear

NiTime Predictability

Our NiTime aligners have optimal forces and a broad fit range to compensate for day-time movements.

NiTime aligners have light continuous forces, similar to a heat activated Ni-Ti wire.

Benefits of NiTime Aligners

Standard industry aligners yield at lower stress-strain profiles resulting in inadequate force and lower movement spans.

Our NiTime aligners have 5x better elongation to yield for a wider span to move teeth according to the treatment plan. 80% of cases finish on time without refinements.

Engineered to Move Teeth with 9-12 hrs of Wear Time

NiTime aligners significantly outperform industry standard 22 hour wear for almost all orthodontic movements.

NiTime aligners show up to 30% more a movement efficiency compared to standard industry aligners.

Our NiTime Aligners Services

The First “Hyper-Elastic” Aligner System
Current Industry standard aligners follow Hooke’s law, preventing them to make adjustments to force profiles for seamless tooth movements.
Tooth movement represents a dynamic force system, requiring aligners to adjust force profiles while they track along with tooth movement.
Paradigm-shifting innovation
NiTime is the first aligner system to surpass the limitations of Hooke’s law and achieve “Hyper-Elasticity”. Our hyper-elastic NiTime polymer maintains biologically favored force levels for predictably moving teeth with less wear time (9-12 hours vs. 22 hours traditional aligners).
Designed to counter relapses during the day
NiTime is equipped with anti-relapse technology, the ability to easily fit the dentition up to +4 stages to counteract unplanned deviations (relapse) for effective night time treatments without delay in treatment.

We offer a range of NiTime Aligners and at Dental Care @ 62, you get high standard dental services in a comfortable environment. Please feel free to contact us about any of the above options.

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