SureSmile Clear Aligners

Get the smile you’ve always wanted

Effective clear aligner treatment designed to fit your lifestyle

Getting started with SureSmile® Clear Aligners is easy!

Start with a SureSmile® consult

Your new smile begins with a SureSmile®dental consult where a digital scan is taken and the treatment planning process begins.

Get your customized clear aligners

Your SureSmile® clear aligners are designed and customized in partnership with your dental professional from start to finish.

Begin your ideal smile journey

By following your treatment plan you’ve officially begun your journey to a better smile.

Your ideal smile is closer than you think


Regain your confidence with straighter teeth and an ideal smile.


Custom fit SureSmile Clear Aligners help to provide a comfortable treatment experience.


Save time with fewer in-office dental visits and shorter check-ups.*

* Compared to traditional braces

SureSmile® Aligners fit your lifestyle

SureSmile® Clear Aligners use advanced technology and proven materials to provide a customized, comfortable fit from the first aligner to the last. 

SureSmile® Aligners promote better oral hygiene and you’ll enjoy: straighter teeth and a confident, beautiful smile. 

Over 80% of clear aligner patients are smiling more now.

Are SureSmile Aligners for me?

SureSmile® Aligners are an aesthetically pleasing alternative to braces, especially for minor tooth movements that improve your smile. Specifically, they are for use with teens and adults, from simple to complex cases such as: crowded teeth, spaces and over/underbites. A SureSmile dental professional can assess your needs and recommend the best treatment plan for you. 

How are SureSmile Aligners different than other clear aligners?

While there are several similarities between popular clear aligner brands on the market, SureSmile uses proprietary software paired with our Digital Lab experts to support your dental professional in crafting your unique treatment plan for a straighter smile.

How do SureSmile Aligners work?

SureSmile® is an orthodontic treatment that works to gradually straighten teeth through the wearing of a series of clear, custom-fit, removable aligners. There are no brackets or wires like traditional metal braces.

There are 3 easy steps: the first 2 steps swiftly prepare you for your custom-made aligners; the last step is your transformation, beginning when you put on your first set of SureSmile aligners.


  1. Consult: Make an appointment for an initial SureSmile consultation with your dental professional. Check to see if your dental professional, or others in your zip code, offer SureSmile.  If you are a candidate for SureSmile® Aligners, a 3D digital impression and pictures of your face and teeth are taken and the treatment process begins – no fuss, no mess, just a few minutes in the dental chair.
  2. Scan, Plan & Fabricate: Your dental professional and knowledgeable SureSmile specialists at our Digital Lab plan and design your case using advanced digital software, orchestrating each step of your smile transformation with precision. Using just the right number of custom finished clear aligners, your dental professional partners with our Digital Lab to make your perfect smile one step closer. Once ready, your dental professional schedules a quick visit for you to review your new smile plan!
  3. Treat: Congratulations! Your journey to a fabulous smile begins back in the dental office when you try on your first set of SureSmile aligners. By wearing your clear aligners and following your custom treatment plan, you will quickly notice your clear aligners are not only comfortable and easy-to-wear, but virtually invisible … your friends and family won’t even notice you’re wearing them!
How many hours a day will I have to wear SureSmile Aligners?

For the shortest time to your perfect smile, wear them 20-22 hours each day, including while asleep.

How much do SureSmile Aligners cost?

Because each case is different–some patients require more or less treatment–the total cost of your new smile will depend on the treatment plan you and your dental professional agree upon. Be sure to discuss cost, insurance options and payment plans with your dentist during your initial consultation appointment.

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