Bite down on the area with the gap and hold down by clamping with your teeth for 10-15 minutes;repeat as needed to push the aligner into place. If it isn鈥檛 working, you can send a photo of the aligner to fit inside your mouth to your Diamond Braces orthodontic team for them to examine.
People also ask
Why are my aligners not fitting properly?
Another common problem with aligners fitting improperly is on the back teeth. If you feel a gap in the back of your teeth, remove the aligner, and bend it and squeeze it with your fingers to close the opening tighter, so it fits more snugly over your teeth.
How can I get my aligners to fit better?
You simply chew on one for about 5-10 minutes, and the pressure of doing so will force your aligners over your teeth, even if they are very tight. In addition, chewing on a chewie can help you get relief from the tightness of switching to a new set of aligners. Give this a try, and see if your aligners will fit onto your teeth properly.
Is your Invisalign aligner not fit properly?
Sometimes, when putting on a new Invisalign aligner, you may find it isn鈥檛 fitting properly. Luckily, there are various solutions you can use at home to adjust the fit of your aligners. In this video, Diamond Braces Chief Clinical Officer and orthodontist Dr. Oleg Drut shows you how to adjust the fit of your Invisalign aligners.
Should my aligners seat on my teeth?
When the trays are not tracking on the teeth, a refinement scan is usually necessary followed by a new set of aligners. Your trays should definitely seat on your teeth. There may be some small gaps in areas but in general they should fit. If the first tray fit it is rare to not have the second one seat properly.