Benefits of Invisalign® and ClearCorrect

In the past, orthodontic treatment included high costs and a lot of hassle. Patients suffered from sudden emergency dental visits to repair broken wires and other hardware malfunctions, in addition to being forbidden to enjoy favorite treats such as popcorn or hard candy.

But now hassle-free treatments such as Invisalign® and ClearCorrect offer revolutionary new options to correct orthodontic problems.

Here are just a few of the benefits of Invisalign® and ClearCorrect…

  • It’s great for all ages. Adults who needed to correct over/under bites, crowded teeth, or misaligned teeth were stuck either managing the problem or dealing with ugly traditional braces for years at a time. ClearCorrect and Invisalign® provides a much better alternative that is nearly invisible.
  • It lets you brush and floss normally. One significant problem with traditional braces is that they limit your ability to floss and brush your teeth. At best, you can learn special techniques and use special flossing tools to keep your periodontal health in check. With ClearCorrect or Invisalign®, you can easily remove your hardware to brush and floss your teeth normally, therefore reducing your risk of dental or periodontal problems.
  • It’s a versatile treatment method. From crowding, to spacing, crossbite, overbite, and underbite, ClearCorrect and Invisalign® can correct a wide range of orthodontic problems. Just because the material is smooth, comfortable plastic instead of sharp, irritating metal doesn’t mean it’s any less effective than traditional braces.
  • It can be more rapidly effective. Treatment times vary by patient and the movement necessary to achieve your desired result, but it’s been found that Invisalign® and ClearCorrect can reposition your teeth within a year in many cases. In the meantime, these options are much more comfortable, convenient and attractive (invisible) than traditional braces.

Interested in learning more about why ClearCorrect or Invisalign® might be the right choice for your orthodontic treatment? Click here to contact us and schedule your consultation.

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