You’ve probably heard of clear braces that use alignment trays to straighten your teeth. Initially there was only one main manufacturer who made these types of braces, but with the advancements of 3D dental technology there are more choices than ever. ClearCorrect is one of those choices.
ClearCorrect invisible braces are one of the clearest, most invisible types of braces available to dental patients. Even when looking very closely, it is almost impossible to tell if they are wearing ClearCorrect. They are clearer and more invisible than some of the most popular clear braces available.
The aligners work by gently nudging the teeth into the desired position. Each set of aligners is worn for a few weeks and does not use metal brackets or wires. Then the set is replaced with the next aligners in the series it moves the teeth more.
Alignment tray braces are extremely comfortable and easy to care for. Simply remove them to brush and floss as normal, or take them out during a meal to eat whatever you want. The smooth conformed tray will fit comfortably in your mouth and not cause any tissue irritation the way rough brackets or wires can.
ClearCorrect aligners are made using 3D imaging technology to design your personalized aligners and program exactly where your teeth need to be moved before the treatment even begins. After the trays are completed you’ll have periodic exams by your dentist or orthodontist, but never need to have uncomfortable adjustments because there are no wires or brackets to change out.
Both adults and teens enjoy ClearCorrect Invisible Braces as a comfortable and simple orthodontic treatment that can completely change their smile.
Posted on the behalf of Greencastle Dental
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