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Why Byte is Right for You

by Kilian Melloy

EDGE Staff Reporter

Wednesday March 30, 2022
Originally published on March 15, 2022

You greet the world with your smile, and it's your smile that makes a first impression. At work on a Zoom call or greeting new clients and colleagues in person, in the classroom, or out having fun with friends and making new acquaintances, a stellar smile gives you confidence.

But what if you feel your smile could use a boost — and your confidence with it? You might be a candidate for Byte, a company that makes it easy improve your smile with doctor-directed care, FDA-cleared technology for fast results, and a lifetime guarantee. Even better, Byte offers the convenience of doing it all from home, with online support and kits you receive in the mail. It's no exaggeration to say that Byte is changing the game.

Space, Crowding, and Rotation

Byte might be a good match for you if you're in need of minor to moderate alignment issues — for instance, if your teeth need some correction around spacing or crowding issues, or even if there are some mild to moderate rotation issues.

Crowding is when your teeth don't have enough room and crowd in on each other, overlapping. It's a very common condition.

Spacing is when there are gaps between the teeth, and can be the result of genetics or simply having teeth that are smaller in size. Some habits, such as mouth breathing, can also contribute to spacing issues.

Rotation is when a tooth isn't positioned "straight on" in the mouth, but is turned. Byte can help with slight rotation issues.

To a limited extent, Byte can also help correct the appearance of overbites — also known as buck teeth, which is when the front teeth jut out — and midline issues, which is when the line between your two front top teeth and your two front bottom teeth doesn't align.

Prospective clients can find out for sure if they're a good candidate by using a kit at home to make an impression of their teeth. Once mailed back to Byte, that impression is assessed by dentists who can make the determination of whether you're a good candidate for Byte's game-changing services.

Am I Too Old for Byte?

It's a myth that only young people can use orthodontic intervention to improve their smiles. But what's also true is that adults, as well as teens, and even minors as young as 12, can use Byte's technology and techniques. (But take note, those under the age of 18 will need parental consent.)

Results in Less Time, with Minimal Discomfort

Everyone is unique, but Byte's exclusive Hyperbyte device helps reduce the length of the typical treatment. Four months is the average amount of time clients need. And while you're saving time on the overall treatment, you'll also be saving time in the day-to-day use of Byte's aligners, which don't need to be washed or soaked. Just pop them in and go!

Minor soreness is common with tooth alignment treatments, but daily use of the exclusive HyperByte device can help minimize discomfort even as its proven technology accelerates results.

Another plus: You can brighten your smile at the same time by using Byte's BrightByte whitener together with your aligners.

Personalized Plans and Ease of Use

Each client's specific needs are unique, so everyone gets their own personalized treatment plan. Constant updates to your account make it easy to check in on your customized plan online. With at-home Impression Kits, aligners delivered to your door, online check-ins during the process, and even help with insurance claims, Byte makes the process of improving your smile as easy as possible.

What if I'm Not a Candidate After All?

Byte's national network of licensed dentists and orthodontists help prospective clients be sure that the company's hi-tech technique and clear aligners are the right approach for their needs. If you're not a candidate, you'll get your money back for the Impression Kit. It's as simple as that.

Kilian Melloy serves as EDGE Media Network's Associate Arts Editor and Staff Contributor. His professional memberships include the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, the Boston Online Film Critics Association, The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and the Boston Theater Critics Association's Elliot Norton Awards Committee.