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Updated on March 30, 2022

Byte Coupon and Discount Codes

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Byte is known for its fast treatment time. Every customer receives a HyperByte® device with their aligners. This is a dental movement acceleration device that reduces treatment time by approximately 50 percent.

NewMouth Disclaimer: There is no scientific proof pointing to the safety and effectiveness of moving teeth quickly. Successful orthodontics requires precise tooth movement.

Byte aligners can treat minor to moderate cases of teeth misalignment. Severely misaligned teeth will require braces, Invisalign, headgear (children only), or surgery (jaw discrepancies). 

Byte Coupon Codes

byte impression kits

Coupon Code:

BYTESEASONS100BBP

Impression Kit for $14.95
+$100 off Aligners
+ BrightByte Pro begin treatment in two ways.

Byte Impression Kit bundle

Coupon Code:

BYTEME21

Impression Kit for $29.95
+$100 off Aligners

Byte Pros & Cons

PROS OF BYTE ALIGNERS

  • No in-office visits
  • Remote treatment
  • Impression kit refunds to ineligible candidates
  • Support available seven days a week
  • Free online assessment
  • Payment plans available
  • Aligner-safe whitening gel (BrightByte) included 
  • Free retainer included
  • Lifetime guarantee

CONS

  • Quick treatment and night aligner option (* NewMouth is concerned about the risks of night aligners and moving teeth too fast — learn why here)
  • Can only treat minor to moderate cases of teeth misalignment
  • Less predictable treatment results without in-office visits
  • Less tooth contact accuracy than braces
  • Easier to misplace 
  • A lisp can develop when the aligners are in your mouth

Read our full review of Byte Aligners.

Last updated on March 30, 2022
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