7 Cool Things You Didn't Know About ClearCorrect Invisible Braces

ClearCorrect Invisible Braces, Dr. Darj Denta

Straightening your teeth used to be a headache that included uncomfortable metal wires and brackets that could be painful and embarrassing. But thanks to advancements in dental technology, it’s easy to get the perfect smile discreetly with ClearCorrect® clear aligners.

 

Dr. Mehrnoosh Darj and her team recommend ClearCorrect for their patients in El Paso, Texas. Keep reading to see what sets this invisible aligner orthodontic system apart from the competition.

1. ClearCorrect makes teeth straightening easy

Unlike traditional braces, ClearCorrect relies on custom-made removable aligners to straighten your teeth. During your ClearCorrect treatment, you wear each of your custom-made, plastic aligners for at least 22 hours each day, removing them to eat, drink, and clean your teeth. Depending on your treatment plan, you wear each of your aligners for one to three weeks as your teeth slowly move into their ideal positions.

2. ClearCorrect is comfortable

ClearCorrect plastic aligners make teeth straightening comfortable by applying gentle and gradual pressure on your teeth. This methodical approach shifts your teeth no more than 0.3 millimeters at each stage of your treatment. Plus, their advanced design ensures a comfortable fit in your mouth without the irritation of metal braces and brackets.

3. ClearCorrect is barely noticeable

One of the advantages of ClearCorrect invisible teeth straightening is its barely noticeable design. And because ClearCorrect uses the highest quality plastic and the most advanced manufacturing techniques, their aligners have few visible marks, especially when compared to other invisible braces systems.

4. ClearCorrect is BPA-free

ClearCorrect aligners are a specially formulated, FDA-approved plastic containing a polyurethane resin. This high-quality material is BPA-free and makes ClearCorrect stress-, stain-, and crack-resistant while also providing excellent clarity so they’re nearly invisible. And because ClearCorrect aligners are free of harmful chemicals, they’re safe for use by everyone, including pregnant and nursing mothers.

 

5. ClearCorrect is environmentally friendly

In addition to being safe and BPA-free, ClearCorrect is also environmentally friendly. Not only are recyclable materials used during the manufacturing and packaging process, but the ClearCorrect company also ships their products in biodegradable plastic bags and proudly participates in recycling programs.

6. ClearCorrect is better for your oral hygiene than braces

The metal brackets and wires used with traditional braces make cleaning your teeth properly virtually impossible. With ClearCorrect, you remove your clear aligner trays not only to eat and drink but also to brush and floss your teeth. You should rinse your mouth or brush your teeth before putting your aligners in, so ClearCorrect aligners can actually help you take better care of your teeth.

7. ClearCorrect aligners are made in America

The ClearCorrect invisible braces system is available for men, women, and teenagers all over the world, including Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and North America. But no matter where the clear plastic aligners are going, they’re all made at the ClearCorrect headquarters in Round Rock, Texas.

 

To see if ClearCorrect invisible aligners are the right tool for improving your smile, call Dr. Darj Dental or schedule a consultation online today.

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