Do you need to fix bite problems or dental misalignment but aren’t sure that traditional metal braces are a good fit with your lifestyle? Whether you’re a teen or an adult, you can benefit from discreet and custom-tailored ClearCorrect orthodontic treatment. This advanced solution will allow you to achieve amazing results without the added discomfort and aesthetic appearance of having metal brackets and wires in your mouth for years at a time. To learn more about the process and schedule a consultation, contact our office today.
Once you decide that ClearCorrect is the right choice for you, Dr. Kramer will begin by taking an impression of your teeth using our iTero digital impression system. With a blueprint of your mouth in hand, we’ll be able to design a ClearCorrect treatment plan that helps improve the alignment of your teeth and bite.
Once we collect all of the digital data necessary, we’ll send it over to ClearCorrect, where they’ll begin crafting each of your aligners in your treatment. Each set of trays will gradually and strategically shift your teeth into their ideal position, only reaching the final result after you wear your last set of trays. In order to achieve the best results, you’ll need to wear the aligners for 22 hours each day, only taking them out when you eat or brush and floss your teeth. Towards the end of the process, Dr. Kramer will discuss retainer options with you to prevent your newly aligned teeth from drifting back into their original positions.
ClearCorrect in Selbyville offers a variety of unique benefits for patients. Some of these include:
Many patients are surprised when they find our that ClearCorrect can fix a variety of orthodontic issues ranging from mild to moderate in severity. Some of the issues that this treatment can fix include:
The best way to learn whether this advanced orthodontic treatment is the right choice for you is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kramer today. Our team will be more than happy to help you start your journey towards achieving a straighter smile.