The system is a set of transparent splints (aligners) for painless and non-invasive straightening of teeth. The aligners are made using innovative digital technology, especially for you, and are tailored to your individual needs. They are inconspicuous, removable, and made of safe medical-grade clear plastic that you wear over your teeth for a period of time.

Metal braces

Metal braces are the most affordable orthodontic treatment option. This is because they are the easiest and cheapest to make. This by no means that the end result of treatment is of lower quality. They are inferior to aesthetic braces only in terms of external aesthetics. The specificity of the material from which they are made allows for easy and quick correction in case of possible unsticking. In this sense, they are suitable for children and adolescents, as these patients more often unstick their braces. In the clinic, we work with the metal braces MBT- or Roth-prescription of Ormco, American Orthodontics, 3M.

Aesthetic braces

You've probably guessed where the name aesthetic braces come from. Placed on the teeth, they look better and contribute to the patient's higher self-esteem. The material that braces are made of is more expensive compared to metal braces. Also, they do not allow re-bonding and a new brace is placed if needed. Aesthetic braces can be made of different materials - plastic, ceramic, silicon, fiberglass, composite, copolymer, sapphire, etc, which also determines the difference in quality and price. The highest-end aesthetic braces are sapphire braces such as Ormco's Inspire Ice and American Orthodontics' Radiance and 3M's ceramic Clarity. They are often called "invisible" because they blend in with the color of the teeth and sit naturally on them. Of course, the choice of treatment and which braces are best to opt for is strictly individual. We'd be happy to go through this choice with you!

Mobile apparatus (busbars)

Usually applied to children with deciduous or mixed dentition, in rare cases, they also find application for adults. They are divided according to the mode of action into mechanically and functionally acting. The most appropriate age for wearing removable appliances is from 4 to 14 years of age. This time period is the most appropriate due to the presence of growth spurts. They require excellent cooperation between patients, parents, and specialists due to the need for prolonged and constant appliance wear. Follow-up examinations every month are mandatory. They do not interfere with the patient's speech and do not greatly disturb the aesthetics of his smile. The advantage of removable appliances is that they achieve an orthopedic effect on the maxillofacial region at an early age.

Preventive pre-orthodontic appliances

Prophylactic removable appliances are used to eliminate bad habits - finger sucking, lip sucking, tongue sucking, mouth breathing, and also to save space in case of early tooth extraction or missing tooth due to other reasons. All of these elements affect the proper alignment of the teeth, and therefore their function. Removable treatment appliances affect the teeth, underlying bone, and soft tissues, and through the strength of the appliance and its elements shape growth in the maxillofacial region in adolescents.

Functionally operating mobile apparatus

This group of appliances influences the growth of structures in the maxillofacial region by correcting malfunctions of the muscles of mastication, tongue, cheeks and lips, eliminating certain harmful habits such as finger sucking and others. Functional appliances aid in the overall development of the facial skeleton and increase the success rate of extraction-free treatments.


The Activator is a very effective device with myotonic action i.e. its action is based on the function of the muscles in a certain fixed position. It is used in patients whose lower jaw is further back than the upper jaw, the so-called distal bite. It changes the position of the lower jaw sagittally and vertically. This change activates muscle activity and causes growth in the condyle of the mandible, moving it forward, while stopping the growth of the overdeveloped maxilla. An extra-oral EOA Headgear appliance can be added if stronger action on the upper dental arch is required.

Twin Block

A twin block is a functional appliance that corrects the relationship between the two jaws in sagittal (anterior-posterior) and vertical (bite height) directions. It consists of two parts- an upper and a lower plate, which fit together in the premolar region in a precise way by two inclined plates. Thus the appliance forces the patient to close in a precise manner. Additional elements can also be incorporated into the two components of the appliance to correct problems in the individual upper or lower dentition while simultaneously correcting the relationship of the two jaws in the sagittaland vertical directions. This makes the appliance extremely effective.


These are preventive pre-orthodontic appliances that are used to correct bad habits before, during and after orthodontic treatment and are called trainers (myotrainers). The action of these appliances targets the underlying myofunctional problems causing orthodontic malocclusion(TMD). They synchronize the functions of the tongue, cheeks, lips, and masticatory muscles and thus eliminate the causes of TMD.