One of the common bugbears of orthognathic patients is the need to have braces for two years or more. Many of them are young adults with an active social life and having metal tracks in the mouth is not exactly a positive fashion statement. Invisalign, a system of transparent orthodontic aligners generated by computer-aided design, is a revolutionary approach to aligning teeth. It has gain tremendous popularity due to the “invisible” nature of these appliances, eliminating the metal tracks altogether. Can Invisalign be used in orthognathic surgery cases?