Subtle, Comfortable ClearCorrect Braces
Discover ClearCorrect Clear Braces
Many patients have cosmetic issues concerning the spacing of their teeth, but may be discouraged by how metal braces could make them look. Dr. Kyle F. Long offers ClearCorrect clear aligners at his Denver, CO, office to offer a way for patients to straighten their teeth while also considering their appearance. In his Denver dental office, Dr. Kyle Long provides ClearCorrect for patients with minor to moderate orthodontic issues so that patients may gain a straighter smile in a virtually invisible manner.
What Is ClearCorrect?
ClearCorrect is a clear aligner system that consists of a series of removable trays that gradually shift teeth into a straighter position. The trays are made of comfortable plastic and are worn for three weeks at a time. The best part is that the clear aligners are discreet, meaning that patients can achieve a straighter and healthier smile without anyone noticing!
How Is the ClearCorrect System Different?
The ClearCorrect clear aligner system creates a more efficient way to straighten teeth. Patients can remove the aligners to eat their food of choice and can practice regular oral hygiene rather than maneuvering around metal wires, brackets, and rubber bands.
When patients consider orthodontic solutions, one of their main concerns is the aesthetic impact metalwork will have on their smile. ClearCorrect eliminates any worries and grants patients with a straighter smile without compromising their appearance.
What You Can Expect When You Receive ClearCorrect in Denver
To begin, Dr. Long will perform a diagnostic test and dental exam to see how your teeth need to shift. A dental exam will also determine whether a palate expander is needed before ClearCorrect is applied. Dr. Long will then take impressions, which are sent to a laboratory and used for the creation of your custom aligners.
Once the aligners have returned to Dr. Long’s office, you will receive a new aligner every three weeks and schedule follow-up appointments every six weeks. Depending on your specific case, your clear aligner system will take anywhere from six to eighteen months to complete.