Dr. Robert G. Csillag is very excited to start treating minor malocclusion issues with Align Technology's newest device, Realine. Read the full story below!
NEWTON CENTRE, MA, January 08, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- You have probably heard of Invisalign-clear, plastic aligners that correct malocclusion issues. But, have you heard of Realine? From the inventors of Invisalign, Align Technology introduces Realine to the public and the dentistry field. Not many dentists have started offering this orthodontic device in their offices, but Dr. Robert G. Csillag, Newton Centre cosmetic dentist, has and continues to pursue advanced dental technology and products. Since November, patients have been able to consult with Dr. Csillag about Realine treatment.
"Realine is a new product from Align Technology, and I decided this orthodontic device would be a great service for my patients. Realine brings many advantages to the office for me and my patients," exclaims Dr. Csillag, Newton Centre cosmetic dentist.
Realine is a clear, plastic aligner. Similar to Invisalign and traditional metal braces, Realine corrects crowding issues and small gaps, but this orthodontic device works on a smaller scale, which is great for some patients. For many patients, their malocclusion cases run from moderate to severe, which then calls for traditional metal braces (severe malocclusion) or Invisalign (moderate malocclusion).
What's the difference between Realine and other orthodontic devices? Well, Realine is designed to treat minor spacing and crowding issues. Thus, the aligners can bridge gaps up to 2 mm wide and shift teeth by 10 degrees, according to Realine.com. Some patients don't need extensive treatment, and this device is great for patients looking to receive quick and effective orthodontic treatment. Dr. Csillag provides a Realine patient with five sets of clear aligners, and he/she will be on the way to a straighter smile.
If you already had orthodontic work and your teeth shifted slightly, you probably are going through a minor orthodontic relapse. This is treatable, and it doesn't have to take a lot of time to do. A quick correction may be in order, which is why Realine might be the best solution for you. With such minor imperfections, Realine should align (or realign) teeth in 12 weeks at a modest expense. Please call Dr. Csillag's office to see if the limited time introductory offer is still available.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Csillag and his dental team, call (617) 332-6447. Or patients can submit an online request form. Dr. Csillag looks forward to meeting and treating new patients.Media Contact:
Dr. Robert Csillag
475 Parker Street
Newton, MA 02459
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