Invisible Braces An Overview
Straighten crooked teeth with invisible braces!
Invisible braces can be an effective solution to straighten crooked or misaligned teeth. Invisible braces allow patients to discreetly and effectively address a wide range of orthodontic concerns. Unlike traditional metal braces, invisible braces straighten crooked teeth using clear, removable aligners. Custom designed clear aligners are an efficient, comfortable treatment for realigning crooked teeth that will not disrupt your professional or social life like traditional metal braces.
Choose ClearCorrect Invisible Aligners
As our preferred method of invisible braces, cosmetic dentists Dr. David Srikureja and Dr. Spinosa are Montclair, CA, ClearCorrect providers. ClearCorrect is a clear, removable aligners system that gradually straightens crooked teeth. The goal of ClearCorrect treatment is to gradually and gently realign crooked teeth to create a beautiful, healthier smile.
ClearCorrect Can Be Used To Address
- Over Crowded Teeth
- Gapped Teeth
- Misaligned Teeth
- Crooked Teeth
Benefits of Invisible Braces
ClearCorrect aligners are designed with the patients’ aesthetic and comfort in mind. ClearCorrect aligners are custom made to fit snugly over the teeth, allowing for a portable, effective solution for a wide range of orthodontic issues. As Montclair, CA ClearCorrect providers, Dr. Srikureja and Dr. Spinosa work with each patient to create a treatment plan that is right for them. The benefits of invisible braces include:
- No Dietary Restrictions
- Reduces Tooth Decay
Invisible Braces vs Metal Braces
Straightening your teeth will support long term dental health in addition to providing the smile you have always wanted. Invisible braces alleviate many of the hassles associated with traditional metal braces. Metal braces are very noticeable and unsightly. Oftentimes, food gets caught in the metal braces causing embarrassing situations especially for adults. You are very limited on your food choices with metal braces. Braces are permanently attached to your teeth where they will remain for 6 months up to 3 years making it difficult to brush your teeth and maintain proper oral hygiene. Metal braces are comprised of brackets that are bonded to your teeth then those brackets are connected with a thin metal wire which can often cause discomfort.