September 4, 2016
You and your partner have a system. They get to pick a movie that they like, and then you get to pick a movie that you like. Either person tries to suffer in silence during the other’s movie. It’s taking everything you have to hold up your end of the bargain tonight, though. The only way you could enjoy this movie less is if you could actually tell what was going on. All you know for certain is that they really don’t like the character with braces. This sticks out to you because you’d like for your teeth to straighter, but you can’t imagine going through life with a mouthful of metal. You don’t have to anymore. Your dentist in Rocky River can now straighten your teeth with ClearCorrect braces.
What are ClearCorrect Braces?
Rather than using a potentially bulky and uncomfortable set of brackets and wires, ClearCorrect braces straighten teeth using a series of clear plastic aligner trays. Each tray is worn in a specific sequence and is shaped to help gently glide your teeth in alignment. Each tray is worn for 22 hours a day for about 2 weeks each. Treatment can take anywhere from 12-18 months to be completed. ClearCorrect braces have advanced enough to be able to address a variety of alignment issues while leaving patients comfortable and confident.
ClearCorrect Braces vs. Traditional Braces
The aligner tray system is just as reliable as traditional braces, but can offer a number of extra benefits:
- The trays are clear, so they are practically invisible when worn.
- They are removable, meaning you can eat and clean your teeth like you do normally.
- ClearCorrect braces usually work faster than traditional braces.
- ClearCorrect requires less visits to the dentist during treatment.
Traditional braces can have quite an impact on a person’s appearance, which is why ClearCorrect braces are often the choice of image conscious teens and adults. They also don’t force the patient to manipulate their diet to help maintain the treatment. Traditional braces usually require you to come into the office for adjustments each month, but with ClearCorrect you only need to come in about every 6 weeks so your progress can be monitored.
Are ClearCorrect Braces Right For Me?
The best way to determine if ClearCorrect braces are the right choice for you is to visit Dr. William L. Eick, a cosmetic dentist in Rocky River. That way he can examine your teeth and see if ClearCorrect braces will give you the results you want. Traditional braces are not the only way to straighten teeth anymore, so come see what we can do for your smile today.
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