Some patients with malocclusion requiring orthodontic treatment may be reluctant to initiate treatment with fixed housings. An alternative solution is now available to them, without the disadvantages of the usual treatment. Discreet, simple and comfortable, evolutionary shells are almost invisible and made to measure orthodontic correction devices from the patient’s fingerprints. Each of these shells consists of a transparent acetate sheet, light and a thinness of 0.030.
The evolutionary shells, similar to each other, are however somewhat different because each of them is molded on one of the different impressions of the teeth having undergone slight changes or movements during treatment. These state-of-the-art devices allow patients who care as much about their oral health as their appearance to have minor or more complex dental irregularities corrected.