These days, getting a perfectly straight smile doesn’t necessarily mean you have to go through the awkward phases of traditional metal braces.
There are actually many more discreet options out there that can effectively improve your tooth alignment with none the wiser. Two very popular types of treatments out there are ClearCorrect and Invisalign.
If you’ve been trying to decide between the two, check out this short blog post to discover which one may be more beneficial for you!
Both Invisalign and ClearCorrect work in very similar ways!
Invisalign is an orthodontic treatment that involves wearing a set of clear aligners over your teeth. They apply constant pressure to the teeth which helps them slowly move to their most optimal position.
ClearCorrect, at first glance, offers the same type of orthodontic treatment. Patients will wear clear aligners that reposition their teeth until the desired results are achieved.
With both treatments, patients need to wear the aligners for around 20-22 hours a day. The aligners are removable and must only be taken out when eating, drinking anything except water, and for oral hygiene purposes.
So now that you know how these two types of orthodontic treatments work, and how similar they are, it’s time to look at what sets them apart.
In general, there aren’t a lot of major differences between ClearCorrect and Invisalign, but if you’re looking for something very discreet and comfortable, the balance can tip slightly to the ClearCorrect side.
If you want to straighten your smile discreetly, Dr. Renas is here to help you access ClearCorrect treatments right in Fort Worth!
Book a ClearCorrect consultation at Eagle Mountain Dentistry online, or call us at (817) 420-6676 for more information about our services and how we can help.
We want our new patients not using insurance to start off with the best care available. Schedule an appointment today and get a cleaning, exam, X-Rays, and a free consult or second opinion for only $99.
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