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Clear Aligner Therapy (ClearCorrectTM)

What Are Clear Aligners?

Clear Aligner Therapy (under the brand name ClearCorrectTM) is the invisible way to straighten your teeth without conventional wired braces.

ClearCorrectTM uses a series of clear removable aligners to straighten your teeth without wires or brackets.  So, up close it’s really hard for people to tell you’re wearing Invisalign aligners. This treatment can give you the smile you’ve always wanted without the braces.

ClearCorrectTM aligners are similar to teeth whitening trays, except a lot more high tech.  And yes, you can use your ClearCorrectTM aligners to whiten your teeth!  How convenient is that?

How Does ClearCorrect Work?

You wear each set of aligners for 3 weeks, removing them only to eat, drink, brush, and floss.  As you replace each aligner with the next in the series, your teeth will move - little by little, week by week - until they have straightened to the final position prescribed.
You'll visit your dentist about once every 6 weeks to ensure that your treatment is progressing as planned.  Total treatment time averages 9-15 months and the average number of aligners worn during treatment is between 18 and 30, but both will vary from case to case.

How Does ClearCorrect Effectively Move Teeth?

Like brackets and arch wires, ClearCorrect aligners move teeth through the appropriate placement of controlled force on the teeth. The principal difference is that ClearCorrect not only controls forces, but also controls the timing of the force application. At each stage, only certain teeth are allowed to move, and these movements are determined by the orthodontic treatment plan for that particular stage. This results in an efficient force delivery system.

Is ClearCorrect Right For Me?

A vast majority of adults and adolescents can be treated with ClearCorrect. ClearCorrect treats a wide variety of cases, including crowding, space closure, narrow arches, relapsed cases, bite opening and closing, and excessive overjet (front teeth overlap) cases.