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Custom dental accessories for a healthier & happier smile


Improving your smile is a life changing event. After all, your smile is the first thing that others notice about you. A beautiful smile makes you feel better about yourself. You'll laugh more, talk more and be more confident in yourself. It comes as no surprise that we all want that perfect smile at the right price. This is exactly what Even28 and its network of Even28 dentists aim to deliver. We believe that you shouldn't have to compromise when it comes to your oral health. Our goal is to bring you the best custom dental accessories at the best prices. You shouldn't have to live with yellow teeth, crooked teeth or compromised teeth. Here's a list of custom products which are available for purchase directly on your dentist's Even28 online store:

  • Custom night guard: Protect your teeth from damage during night time teeth grinding by wearing a custom designed night guard
  • Clear aligner assessment kit: See if you qualify for clear aligner treatment to straighten your smile
  • Custom athletic mouth guard: Protect your teeth, mouth and face against serious sport injuries
  • Custom teeth whitening trays: Keep your smile white and bright since you can't stop drinking that Starbucks coffee!
  • Flipper teeth: Temporary dentures are an affordable way to replace your missing teeth until you're ready for dental implants

There's no compromise or guess work when you buy your dental product from Even28 online store. All of our Even28 dental products are supported by one of our experienced and caring local dentists. Even28 is not a do-it-yourself online store like those teledentistry stores the likes of Candid Teeth or Smile Direct Club™. With Even28, your local dentist is there every step of the way to guide and support you. This way, you can rest assured that you're receiving the best possible care when it comes to your smile. Plus, you know the price of your custom dental product in advance. This way you never overpay for any of your custom dental products ever again!


You're just 3 steps away from that perfect smile:

Need a custom nigh guard, clear aligner or flipper denture? Here's how you can purchase your custom dental product from your local dentist's Even28 online store:



The first step to your new smile is finding a participating Even28 dentist near you. Your Even28 dentist is responsible for ensuring that you're 100% satisfied with your new custom dental accessory. This includes fitting your custom dental product, making sure there's no underlying problems and making necessary adjustments. To get started today, find an Even28 provider near you today:

We offer two different ways for you to get your new custom dental product:

  • At home with our do-it-yourself impression kit: The first option is that we send an impression kit directly to your home. Follow the instructions to take your own impressions and return it to us in the pre-paid envelop provided. We will design your custom dental accessory and ship it to your home or your dentist to pickup from.
  • Book an appointment with your Even28 dentist: Don't want to deal with taking your own impressions? Fair enough. Simply purchase your desired custom dental accessory online from your dentist's Even28 online store. Then schedule an appointment and have your dentist do the workup for you.

Both options cost the same. Plus, they both come with the support of your local Even28 dentist. After all, great dental work starts with a great dentist. This is why we make sure that there's always a local dentist to monitor your treatment. Plus, a custom dental accessory is not complete without a dentist visit:

  • Your custom night guard needs to have its bite calibrated
  • Your flipper denture needs to be adjusted to remove its sore spots
  • Even28 at-home™ clear aligners require your local dentist to examine your teeth and design your smile transformation treatment

As you can see, having access to a local dentist is a big deal. Here are some of the benefits of having access to a local dentist as opposed to relying on a do-it-yourself programs:

Making sure there aren’t any underlying issues


All custom dental products require a custom fitting. This can only be accomplished by visiting your local dentist. With Even28, your assigned dentist will deliver your dental device for you. This way, if you have any issues, your dentist can address them right away.


Ensuring your safety


Only a licensed dentist is qualified to treat your mouth. With Even28, you're never forced to do perform your own diagnosis. Your Even28 dentist and dental team will take care of everything for you. Direct dentist supervision means there is never any question about the accuracy of your treatment. Having a dentist in charge means you won't leave anything to chance. Consequently, you get the best results every time without having to make any compromises.


Fitting your dental accessory


Your Even28 dentist will make sure that your custom dental accessories fit correctly. If there are any problems, your dentist will fix them right away. Plus, your dentist will instruct you on how to correctly use your custom dental device. They will provide helpful advice to make treatment easier and more comfortable. For example, your dentist will make sure that your retainers are fitting correctly to prevent your teeth from shifting. With do-it-yourself online programs like Candid Teeth™ or Smile Direct Club™ there is no way to determine if your retainers or clear aligners are fitting properly. With no dentist in charge of your treatment, there's no way of knowing if your dental accessories were designed correctly or not. Even28 takes the guessing out by having your local dentist verify the fit of all its products. Simple, right?


Providing ongoing support


When being treated by a dentist you're an actual "patient" and not a "customer". This makes a big difference. You want someone accountable for that new night guard or flipper teeth which you just bought online. The same goes for our clear aligner programs. All of our custom dental products, including our Even28 at-home™ and Even28 at-dentist™ clear aligner programs, give you full access to an experienced local dentist. Your dentist will make all necessary adjustments and monitor your progression. Plus, you're always welcome to swing by your dentist's office if there are any problems. Online programs can never offer you in person care. As a result, they are unable the personal touch that Even28 dentists offer their patients.



Is your dentist overcharging your for simple dental products? Why not buy it online from one of your local dentist's Even28 online store instead? You can simply go to any one of our Even28 dentist's online stores to purchase an array of custom dental products. The prices are all listed there, so there's never any surprises. Check out some of the most popular custom dental products available for sale on your local dentist's Even28 online store:

  • Custom night guard
  • Custom bleaching trays
  • Clear aligner assessment kit
  • Even28 at-home™ clear aligners
  • Orthodontic retainers
  • Flipper denture
  • and more!

All custom dental products have their prices listed right next to them. This way, there's never any surprises or hidden fees. Plus, all custom dental products come with fitting and adjustment included in their price. There's simply no better way to purchase a custom dental accessory other than purchasing it through your local dentist's Even28 online store! Here's why:

  • Price transparency: The price of each product is listed right on your dentist's Even28 online store
  • Save time: You the option of having us send an impression kit directly to your home to spare you an extra trip to the dentist. Alternatively, you have the option of going to your dentist to have them do the workup for you. It's your choice!
  • Fitting and adjustment included: A custom dental device should come with custom care. This can only be provided by an experienced local dentist. All Even28 dental products include free support, fitting and adjustment from your local dentist at no additional cost.

All of our dental products are tailored to your individual smile. We treat each and every smile with the utmost care and attention to details. This way, you never have to worry about damaging your teeth, gums or bite. We take every little detail into consideration when designing your custom dental accessories, for instance:

  • Current condition of your teeth
  • Your gum health
  • Any missing teeth you have
  • Your existing dental restorations: bridges, porcelain veneers and dental implants may interfere with your treatment if not taken into careful consideration
  • Bite forces

You can't learn concepts like dental health, jaw relationship and occlusion (bite) overnight. It takes years of studying and training to master dentistry and orthodontics. Trusting your oral health to someone with no formal dental training is risky and dangerous. There's no substitute for working with an experienced local dentist who has fixed thousands of smiles. With Even28, you get to work directly with a local dentist who will ensure the fit of your custom dental accessory. Save time and money without having to make any compromise.



Once your new custom dental accessory is ready, we'll call and let you know. It's time to visit your dentist to pickup your shiny new dental device! Contact your dentist to schedule an appointment to pickup your Even28 dental accessory. Your dentist will make sure your dental accessory fits well and that you're 100% happy with it. They will make all necessary adjustments and review how to use your custom dental accessory. It's that simple!


How does the at home clear aligner program work?

Among other custom dental accessories, we also offer our own clear aligner system. Clear aligners are an alternative to braces for those who qualify. We use a series of invisible trays known as clear aligners to straighten your smile. There are two clear aligner programs to choose from:

  • Even28 at-home™
  • Even28 at-dentist™

With Even28 at-home™ you wear your clear aligners at home. This program is ideal for simpler orthodontic tooth movements such as closing small gaps or straightening a few crooked front teeth. On the other hand, Even28 at-dentist™ is reserved for more complex tooth movements. This typically requires frequent dentist visits and other treatments from your Even28 dentist. To learn more about Even28 clear aligner programs, visit an Even28 dentist near you today. Here are some helpful hints on how to wear your new clear aligners if you're just getting started:

Be patient

Your new clear aligners may feel awkward and uncomfortable at first. It takes some time to get used to wearing them. Be persistent and continue to wear your aligners as instructed. the discomfort and awkwardness will get better within a couple of days as you get used to your new clear aligners. If you're in too much pain, feel free to take a painkiller (Tylenol or Advil) to take the edge off during these first few days. Try drinking a soda or cold water which can help too. Another trick is to start wearing your new clear aligners in the evenings. This way you can go right to sleep and let your teeth adapt to your new clear aligners overnight.

Wear your aligners for 21+ hours a day

The traditional clear aligner wear method requires that you wear your clear aligners as much as you can throughout the day. This means that you should wear your clear aligners throughout the day as well as at nights. You must sleep with your clear aligners inside of your mouth in order to move teeth effectively. Only remove your aligners when you're eating, drinking or cleaning your teeth. It's okay to leave your aligners in when drinking water. Otherwise, remove them so they don't get damaged and so you can actually chew your food. Keep in mind that there are two other ways to wear your clear aligners, known as daytime wear and night time wear. You can learn more about these 3 different clear aligner wear methods by clicking here.

Wear each aligner 2 to 4 weeks

Remember the exact date when you start to wear your first aligner. Two weeks later, switch out your clear aligners and start wearing the next set. Why two weeks? Our teeth have an internal memory. Because of this internal memory, teeth don't like to move from their current position. Two weeks is just enough time to get your teeth moving but not so long where your aligners lose their effectiveness. But what if the new aligners hurt a lot? If you switch to a new clear aligners and you're in extreme pain, continue wearing your old aligner for 2 to 3 additional days. You can go up to 3 weeks, or even 4 weeks if needed, wearing your old aligner. If you're still in pain beyond 4 weeks then it's time to visit your dentist. Your dentist needs to examine your teeth and clear aligners to make sure that they are fitting well and there's no issues. In the meantime, continue wearing your old clear aligners until you see your dentist.

Have more questions about how to wear your clear aligners? Then visit our FAQ section for more tips on using clear aligners. You can also contact your assigned Even28 dentist or send us an email for further assistance.

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Definition of Even28 Dental Terminology


An athletic mouth guard is a dental device used to prevent injury to your mouth during sport activities. There are two basic types of athletic mouth guards: (a) over-the-counter athletic mouth guards which can be purchased from your local drug store or online;  (b)custom athletic mouth guards made by your dentist to fit precisely to your mouth. Custom athletic mouth guards provide a better fit, more comfort and better protection of your teeth and gums against injury. Additionally, custom athletic mouth guards help reduce your chances of sustaining a concussion during serious sport injuries.



Attachments, or buttons, are tiny white fillings which dentists place on your teeth. Buttons are used to apply additional torque onto your teeth to rotate/tip more stubborn teeth. This allows for better tooth movement to help straighten severely crooked teeth. Buttons are temporary: once your clear aligner therapy is complete, your dentist will remove all buttons from your teeth.



Bite adjustment, or occlusal adjustment, is a procedure used to correct minor bite issues by removing interferences in the way your teeth come together. Bite adjustment is typically performed after completion of orthodontic treatment, or other extensive dental treatments, to correct ant remaining issues with your bite. The goal of bite adjustment is to ensure that there is even pressure to distribute your bite forces evenly. Without bite adjustment, you run the risk or fracturing your teeth and fillings,  developing headaches and other bite-related problems.



Braces are placed by your dentist or orthodontist to straighten your smile. Braces treatment relies on metal brackets which attach to your teeth surfaces as well as wires and rubber bands used to move your teeth into their desired final position. You can fix almost all types of orthodontic misalignments using braces. The alternative to braces is known as clear aligners. Clear aligners are used to fix mild-to-moderate orthodontic misalignments and clear aligners are not as effective as braces when it comes to complex tooth movements.



Clear aligners are a series of custom-made plastic trays which are used to move teeth for orthodontic treatment. Clear aligners are made using impressions or scans of your teeth. Each plastic tray moves your teeth just a fraction of millimeter. As you continue wearing each aligner, your teeth gradually move into their desired final position. Wearing clear aligners is more comfortable and less visible than putting on braces. Plus, you can remove clear aligners by yourself whereas braces are constantly stick to your teeth. Clear aligner treatment is used to fix mild-to-moderate orthodontic misalignments.



Crossbite is where your upper teeth sit on the inside, instead of the outside, of your lower teeth in the horizontal plane. Crossbite is typically the result of having a large lower jaw or one that is positioned too far out as compared to your upper jaw. Having a crossbite affects your appearance as well as your dental and gum health. Plus, having a crossbite severely increases the likelihood of damaging your posterior teeth. Unfortunately, very few crossbite misalignments can be fixed with clear aligner therapy. Fixing your crossbite requires wearing braces, possibly in addition to tooth extraction or even jaw surgery.



Deepbite is an extreme case of overbite. A deep bite is where your upper front teeth completely cover your lower front teeth in a closed biting position. Having a deep bite affects your appearance as well as your teeth and gum health. It also increases the likelihood of fracturing your anterior teeth, affects your bite and causes headaches. Some cases of deep bite can be fixed with dentist delivered clear aligner therapy. However, most deep bite conditions require wearing braces instead of clear aligners.



Digital scans capture copies of your teeth to communicate the shape, size and position of your teeth with their dental laboratory. Dentists and orthodontists take digital scans of your teeth by using a special computerized scanner. Taking digital scans is more comfortable and quicker than traditional impressions. Plus, digital scans can be submitted immediately to the laboratory for faster and more accurate results.



Even28 clear aligners are a type of custom-made clear aligners used to move teeth for orthodontic treatment. Even28 clear aligners are an alternative to Invisalign®, ClearCorrect™, Smile Direct Club™ and other clear aligner systems. Even28 offers 2 different types of clear aligner programs: Even28 at-home™ and Even28 at-dentist™. Even28 at-home is an affordable clear aligner program offered through local dentists. The program is similar to Smile Direct Club or Candid Co. Even28 at-dentist is a dentist delivered clear aligner program similar to Invisalign®. Your dentist places attachments, performs tooth contouring and bite adjustment to give you better end results. Your Even28 dentist will help you decide if you’re a candidate for clear aligner therapy and will help you choose the program that’s right for you. 



Even28 at-home™ is a clear aligner program similar to Smile Direct Club™, Candid Co™, Byte™ and other DIY clear aligner systems. The biggest difference between Even28 at-home and these other DIY clear aligner programs is that Even28 at-home requires an initial visit to a participating Even28 dentist. Your Even28 dentist will determine if you’re a good candidate for at home clear aligner therapy. If so, they will take impressions/scans of your teeth and help you get started with your clear aligner program. Even28 at-home is priced similarly to DIY clear aligner programs with the added benefit of having a local, experienced dentist supervise your treatment. Even28 at-home is ideal for treating simpler teeth crowding, spacing, mild overbites, orthodontic relapses and other mild orthodontic conditions.



Even28 at-dentist™ is a clear aligner program similar to Invisalign®, ClearCorrect and other dentist directed clear aligner systems. The biggest difference between Even28 at-dentist and other dentist directed clear aligner systems is that Even28 at-dentist includes unlimited clear aligners. This allows your Even28 dentist to offer ideal treatment without concern about how many aligners are required to complete your treatment. Even28 at-dentist programs require a combination or tooth contouring, attachment placement and/or bite adjustment. Even28 at-dentist is ideal for treating severe teeth crowding, moderate overbites and other mild-to-moderate orthodontic conditions. To learn more about Even28 at-dentist clear aligner treatment, visit a participating Even28 dentist near you.



Fixed retainer is a type of retainer that is permanently glued onto your front teeth. A fixed retainer is an alternative to wearing removable retainers. Fixed retainers are recommended for patients who have trouble remembering to wear their retainers. They are also a good option for those who have undergone extensive tooth movement where there is concern of orthodontic relapse. The biggest advantage of fixed retainers is that they always stay on your teeth. This means that you never have to worry about forgetting to wear your retainers or losing them. The disadvantage of fixed retainers is that it makes it difficult to clean teeth which connected to your retainer. You must maintain excellent oral hygiene and periodic dental cleanings if you opt to wear fixed retainers.



Impressions are moldings of your teeth which your dentist uses to communicate the shape, size and position of your teeth with the laboratory. Dental impressions are typically taken using putty or Vinyl Polysiloxane (VPS). They are used for communicating the shape, size and position of your teeth for clear aligner therapy. Additionally, dental impressions are used to make custom night guards, athletic mouth guards, orthodontic retainers, crowns, bridges, dentures and many other dental prosthesis.



Invisalign® is a dentist delivered clear aligner system similar to ClearCorrect™ and Even28 at-dentist™ . Invisalign® was established in 1997 by Align Technology. Their clear aligners are unique in that they are scalloped around your teeth as opposed to extended beyond your teeth margins. Invisalign® clear aligners are used to fix teeth crowding, spacing, overbite, orthodontic relapse and a few other orthodontic conditions. For more advanced Invisalign® treatments, your dentist may use attachments, tooth contouring and/or bite adjustment. If you’re interested in Invisalign® clear aligner therapy, you must visit a participating Invisalign® provider near you. Your Invisalign® dentist or orthodontist will help you decide if you’re a candidate for clear aligner therapy and help you get started. 


A night guard is a device worn overnight to protect your teeth against the harmful effects of teeth grinding. There are two basic types of night guards: (2) over-the-counter night guards which can be purchased from your local pharmacy or online; (b) custom night guards made by your dentist to fit precisely to your teeth. Custom night guards are recommended for patients with more advanced teeth grinding habits, history of broken teeth and those suffering from frequent headaches or other TMJ problems.



An open bite is whenever you have a gap between your upper and lower teeth in the vertical plane when biting down. Open bite is typically the result of childhood thumb sucking or tongue thrusting. Having an open bite affects your appearance as well as your chewing efficiency. Luckily, most cases of open bite misalignments can be fixed with Even28 at-home™ clear aligner therapy. The worse cases of open bite still require braces instead of clear aligners.



Orthodontic relapse occurs once you’ve completed braces or clear aligner treatment but fail to wear your retainers. Failing to wear your retainers causes your teeth to gradually shift back to their pre-treatment position and become crooked again. Orthodontic relapse is exacerbated by your wisdom teeth pressing against your remaining teeth or losing teeth. Luckily, orthodontic relapse is easier to treat as compared to initial orthodontic therapy. Most orthodontic relapse cases can be fixed with clear aligner treatment in lieu of braces.



Overbite is the distance between your upper and lower front teeth in the horizontal plane. Having an overbite is a terms that refers to having an excess distance between your front teeth. A normal overbite is about 2 to 3 millimeters. Anything greater than that is considered having an overbite. Having an excessive overbite affects your appearance as well as your teeth and gum health. It also causes your anterior teeth to fracture more frequently. Luckily, most cases of overbite misalignment can be fixed with clear aligner therapy. The worse cases of overbites require braces instead of clear aligners.



Removable retainers are orthodontic retainers which can be inserted and removed from your mouth by yourself. There are two common types of removable retainers: Essix retainers and Hawley retainers. Essix retainers, also known as clear retainers, are similar to clear aligners, except they are made from very firm plastic. Clear aligner therapy typically uses Essix clear retainers to prevent orthodontic relapse. Removable retainers are easier to wear as compared to fixed retainers. Removable retainers tend to lose their effectiveness over time and require replacement. Plus, there’s a chance that you could lose your removable retainers. It’s recommended to purchase more than one removable retainer so that you have at least one backup, just in case.



A retainer is a dental prosthesis designed to keep your teeth in their current position upon completion of orthodontic treatment. Without wearing your retainers, your teeth gradually move back to their pre-treatment position. There are two basic types of retainers: (a) removable retainers which come in and out of your mouth; (b) fixed retainers which are permanently glued onto your teeth. Your dentist or orthodontist will help you determine which type of retainer best suits your needs.



Smile Direct Club clear aligners are a type of at home clear aligner system similar to Candid Co, Even28 at-home and other at home clear aligner programs. Smile Direct Club was established in 2013 by a pair of young entrepreneurs. They use Invisalign® made clear aligners and offer up to 20 clear aligners to straighten your teeth. The biggest criticism of Smile Direct Club is that you never actually meet the dentist in charge of straightening your teeth. This leads to risks which could cause irreversible damage to your teeth and gums. Smile Direct Club clear aligners can be used to fix mild teeth crowding, teeth spacing and other minor orthodontic conditions. For more advanced orthodontic treatments, you require dentist delivered clear aligner treatment or braces. If you’re interested in Smile Direct Club clear aligner therapy, you must visit a participating Smile Shop or buy their impression kit online.



Teeth crowding occurs whenever you have more teeth in than there is space to accommodate them. Typically, teeth crowding results from having too many teeth in your mouth or because your teeth are too large for their respective jaw. Teeth crowding causes your teeth to fight over space with one another, which leads to crooked teeth. Having crowded teeth affects your appearance and can cause cosmetic concerns. Additionally, teeth crowding is a trigger for gum disease and dental cavities. It can also negatively impact your bite and overall oral health. Teeth crowding can be fixed using braces or clear aligner therapy. 



Teeth spacing occurs whenever you have natural gaps between your teeth. Typically, teeth spacing occurs because your jaw is too large for your teeth. This causes your teeth to drift apart and creates gaps in between them. Teeth spacing also happens when you lose a tooth which causes your remaining teeth to drift and creates gaps in your mouth. Teeth spacing affects your smile and can cause aesthetic concerns. Additionally, teeth spacing increases your likelihood of developing dental cavities and gum disease. It also negatively impacts your bite and oral health. Teeth spacing can be fixed using braces or clear aligner therapy. 



Tooth contouring is a technique used by dentists and orthodontists to assist in clear aligner therapy. Tooth contouring is an alternative to extracting teeth. Your dentist will shave away a tiny bit from one or more of your teeth to create additional space for tooth movement. Tooth contouring is used in dentist delivered clear aligner therapy to treat teeth crowding, overbite and certain other orthodontic conditions. Typically, spacing and openbite treatment does not require teeth contouring.



An underbite is the reverse of an overbite, where your lower front teeth stick out in front of your upper teeth. Underbite is typically the result of having too large of a lower jaw or when your lower jaw is positioned too far out as compared to the upper jaw. Having an underbite affects your appearance as well as your dental and gum health. It also increases the likelihood of fracturing your anterior teeth, affects your bite and could lead to headaches. Unfortunately, very few underbite conditions can be fixed using clear aligner therapy. Most underbite conditions require wearing braces, possibly in addition to tooth extraction or even jaw surgery.



Whitening trays are custom-designed plastic trays which are used to bleach your teeth. Whitening trays are custom made by your dentist using impressions or scans of your teeth. They are designed to precisely fit on top of your teeth to efficiently deliver bleaching gel to your teeth surfaces. Custom whitening trays yield better whitening results as compared to most other at home bleaching options. Plus, you can reuse your custom whitening trays over and over again to maintain a whiter smile over time.