Quite a few professionals use a line on the ball to help alignment setup. Some research indicates that there is no significant difference whether or not you spend time orienting the ball using the line.
In many cases, golfers reorient it when they don’t believe it is correct. This reorientation can only be done a limited number of times and in the event that you remain doubtful when over the ball and compromise your stroke for the discrepancy this will introduce an element of mental conflict when over the ball and ready to make a stroke which is something you should avoid at all costs.
Trust your acquired ability to read and align the putt and make a confident stroke without any mental conflict regarding whether or not you are correctly aligned.
Conflict is one of the worst enemies when putting.