ClearCorrect in El Paso, Texas
ClearCorrect is an invisible way to straighten your teeth. If you do not like the idea of getting thick metal braces, ClearCorrect may be an option for you. The aligners are made of BPA-free plastic and do not cause any discomfort to patients. Since the aligners can be removed, you can eat your favorite food when you are undergoing orthodontic treatment. We are one of the authorized ClearCorrect providers in El Paso and Fort Bliss, Texas. For more information on how ClearCorrect straightens teeth, call our office and Make an Appointment to meet our dentist.
What is ClearCorrect?
To prevent relapse, doctors usually prescribe a retainer after any orthodontic treatment. ClearCorrect offers affordable, discreet clear retainers suitable for patients treated with clear aligners or traditional metal braces.
Benefits of ClearCorrect Braces
Invisible: Clear aligners show off your smile, so most people won’t even notice you’re wearing them.
Removable: It’s easy to remove aligners and eat whatever you like. There are no wires to trap food or get in the way when you floss.
ClearCorrect Treatment: How it Works
ClearCorrect treatment involves four phases of aligner treatment procedures. Each treatment procedures requires a new set of aligners that are used for a three-week time period. The time between each phase allows for control and flexibility.
ClearCorrect aligners are used all the time, except when eating and drinking, or while brushing and flossing. Designed with aesthetics in mind, ClearCorrect aligners are barely noticeable and won't have an impact on your daily routine.
After wearing each aligner set, results will be noticeable as your teeth begin slowly adjusting and aligning to your desired smile. Periodic check-ups with your dentist are required so your progress can be assessed and you can be given the next set of aligners. This sequence will continue until you have achieved your new, ClearCorrect smile.
Treatment time can vary from one to two years, depending upon your specific condition and degree of misalignment. There are three treatment options available:
Unlimited: Patients are provided with as many aligners needed to complete the case.
Limited 12: Patients are provided with 12 sets of aligners.
Limited 6: Patients are provided with 6 sets of aligners.
The cost of treatment varies from option to option, with Unlimited at the top of the cost spectrum. To determine the best treatment option for you and to further evaluate costs, setup a consultation with a ClearCorrect provider in your area.