Saskatoon Dental Group is a locally owned, full-scale Saskatoon dental clinic offering general dentistry services. At Saskatoon Dental Group, we are dedicated to offering excellent care to our amazing patients who are like family to us. We are grateful to treat whole families in Saskatoon across multiple generations and have a multicultural team speaking multiple languages. Today we are going to talk about how Invisaligns are made.

Medical-Grade Resins

Similar to braces, Invisalign clear aligners are designed to gradually push misaligned or misplaced teeth into their correct positions. But instead of the metal and brackets found in traditional braces, clear aligners are made with clear, transparent plastic. They are constructed from BPA-free, USP Class VI medical-grade, high molecular weight polyurethane resins.

Custom Fit & Production

Every patient’s orthodontic issues, physical characteristics and goals are unique, so their orthodontic treatment needs to fit their specific needs.

Invisalign aligners are custom-made to snugly fit the shape of your mouth and are specifically designed to help you achieve your smile goals.

During the consultation process, X-rays, impressions and photographs can be taken of your teeth. Based on these images and X-rays, your Saskatoon Dental Group can develop a personalized treatment plan for you and discuss it with you. Once you approve the expected results, your clear aligners will be produced.

A model of your teeth will be made with a 3D computer imaging technology, which captures images of each individual tooth so your scans will be extremely accurate. You’ll also be able to see a preview of how your teeth might look by the end of your treatment.

Both a quadrant scan and a full bite scan are completed so the dentist can assess your malocclusion in context with the rest of your mouth.

The complete model and scanned images are then sent to Technicians, where the aligners are created.

How many aligners will you need?

You’ll use several sets of aligners over the course of your treatment as your teeth move in tiny increments with each new set of aligners.

On average, Invisalign treatment lasts more than one year and you’ll likely wear each new set of aligners for two weeks before changing to another. This means that you’ll probably use 50+ sets of aligners during your treatment.

Saskatoon Dental Group is here to help you with your invisaligners, if you have any troubles contact them immediately.  They are always welcoming patients looking for a new dental family. If you would like to book a checkup or if you have any dental questions please do not hesitate to reach out to our team. We hope we fully explained why you shouldn’t skip your dental check-ups!

See you soon!

The Saskatoon Dental Group Team


A bunch of invisaligns sitting on a counter.