Clear aligners can be a clear and simple alternative to braces for tooth straightening.
Looking for an alternative to metal braces?
Clear Aligners could be a solution for you.
Using a series of custom-made, removable clear aligners we can gradually straighten your teeth as you wear them, each aligner moving your teeth just a little bit at a time.
- so most people won’t even know you’re in treatment.
- they fit you perfectly, so they’re more comfortable than regular braces
- they are removable, so you can eat whatever you like
- you can clean your teeth normally
Ask us for more information about clear aligners and what they can do for you.
ClearCorrect can often be a clear and simple choice. No wires. No brackets. Just clear, convenient comfort—every reason to smile.
How do clear aligners work?
You and your dentist will evaluate your teeth and talk about any problems or requirements you have for your smile. Once you and your dentist establish that clear aligners are the right treatment option for you, your dentist will take impressions, photos, and x-rays of your teeth.
We usually work with a company called ClearCorrect and they will use this information to prepare computer models showing an easy-to-follow prediction of the your results. This gives you an indication of the number of aligners and expected timescale for your individual treatment and we can give you a link so you can look at the predicted results at home while you consider if this is the right course of treatment for you. You can then discuss this with your dentist before you decide to go ahead with treatment.
The xrays, impressions and photos are also used manufacturing your custom clear aligners. Then your dentist writes a prescription for your custom aligners and sends it to ClearCorrect.
What can clear aligners 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 your dentist how ClearCorrect can help you.