Clear Aligners

Championship Dental

General Dentist & Family Dentist located in Bishop Arts, Dallas, TX & Farmers Branch, TX

If you have misaligned or crooked teeth but desire a cosmetically pleasing smile, turn to Championship Dental in Farmers Branch, and Dallas, Texas. Marisol Vargas, DDS, and her team of highly trained orthodontists offer noninvasive clear aligners to give you a gorgeous smile without brackets or wires. Call the office for a consultation or book an appointment online today.

Clear Aligners Q&A

What are clear aligners?

Clear aligners are plastic trays that fit over your teeth to move them into a desirable alignment over time. There’s no pain, metal brackets or wires, or downtime associated with the clear aligners available at Championship Dental.

What are the benefits of clear aligners?

Some of the many benefits you can experience by choosing clear aligners include:


  • Straighter teeth
  • Better bite alignment
  • No brackets or wires
  • No pain
  • No downtime
  • More self-confidence
  • Easier teeth cleaning


You can take the aligners out to brush your teeth and eat. And because they are clear, most people won’t notice you’re wearing them.

Are clear aligners right for me?

Your orthodontist reviews your oral health history and examines your teeth and gums. They often take dental X-rays and discuss your desired outcome, as well as your lifestyle and preferences, before personalizing an orthodontics treatment that best matches your needs.

What happens when getting clear aligners?

After an orthodontics evaluation, your specialist digitally scans your teeth. That allows a dental lab to create custom-fitted clear aligners that fit comfortably over your teeth.


When your new aligners are ready, you wear them for 20-22 hours a day for 1-2 weeks as directed by your orthodontist before switching to the next set of aligners in your series. Take the aligners out of your mouth to eat and brush and floss your teeth, but wear them at night when you sleep.


After about 12-18 months, when your teeth reach their desired alignment, you can stop wearing clear aligners. However, your orthodontist might recommend a retainer, such as at night when you sleep, to keep your teeth in their new alignment long term.

How should I care for clear aligners?

Take good care of clear aligners by brushing them regularly or using a clear aligner cleaning system if your orthodontist recommends it. Brush your teeth after eating and before you place the aligners back in your mouth. Rinse them regularly but avoid using hot water because it can warp the plastic.


To learn more about clear aligners and to find out if they’re right for you, call the Championship Dental office or schedule an appointment online today.