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Clear Braces

There are several clear or relatively "invisible" alternatives to traditional old metal braces such as Invisalign, ClearCorrect and Smart moves. All the "clear brace" systems work more or less similarly in that you get fitted with a series of removable clear plastic aligners. The continuous, planned, progressive and selective pressure created by these aligners moves the teeth in the desired direction towards the ultimate end goal.

For our patient convenience, we offer two choices.

Clear Correct - For limited to more advanced cases. This is also the system of choice for patients who would like a computerized 3D modeling to give them an idea of the final result.

Smart Moves - very simple cases needing movement only for the front teeth.

Clear Correct

Here are some details about Clear Correct

Why ClearCorrect?

You deserve a smile you can be proud of, and ClearCorrect can make it happen. Our clear aligners are comfortable, removable, and, best of all, nearly invisible. Most people won’t even notice that you’re wearing them. And because you can easily remove the aligners to eat, you don’t have to change your diet like you might with braces. You can show off your smile with almost no impact on your daily life. Some severe cases of misalignment do require metal braces, but most patients can be treated just as effectively with clear aligners. The cost and length of treatment are generally comparable. Why wouldn’t you choose ClearCorrect?

How does it work?

We will have a detailed consult with you to understand your goals and desires with clear braces. Then we take impressions and photos of your teeth. We'll collaborate with the Clear-correct lab to create a 3D model of your mouth first. You will get to see this model before any aligners are made, if you desire. Then a series of clear plastic aligners custom-fitted to your teeth are created. Each aligner will apply targeted pressure to selected teeth , slowly moving them into alignment. Every six weeks or so, we will check on your progress and give you your next two sets of aligners. Unlike other clear aligner companies, clear correct creates your aligners in phases, so that YOU, the patient can request changes at any time and have more control over the final outcome! Treatment usually takes 6–18 months, but you’ll start to see results in as little as 2 to 3 months.

What can it do?

ClearCorrect can treat a wide variety of issues that keep people from achieving their ideal smiles. Straighter teeth don’t just look better; they work better too. Poorly-aligned teeth can interfere with bite function, wear out quicker, and are more prone to cavities. Ask us how ClearCorrect can help you.

ClearCorrect is the clear and simple alternative to braces. It’s a series of clear, custom-made, removable aligners that gradually straighten your teeth as you wear them. Ask us for more information on how ClearCorrect can help you get the smile you’ve always wanted.

"Phase Out"- When you choose clear correct...you choose to do good

Almost a billion people on the planet still don't have access to clean drinking water. Unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. We're working with ClearCorrect to change that.

ClearCorrect aligners straighten teeth one phase at a time. When we prescribe ClearCorrect aligners, we pay for a set number of phases. Sometimes a few phases get left over. Instead of asking for a refund, now for each leftover phase, ClearCorrect gives $20 to charity: water to build wells and other water projects in developing nations.

One phase = one person with access to clean drinking water.

Follow our progress at ClearConnect.Com/PhaseOut

Smart Moves

When only a small movement is needed for the front teeth, Smart Moves may be a good option. Here too, a set of clear aligners is created and fitted for the patient every few weeks.