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Straighten Your Teeth Under the Radar With ClearCorrect

Straighten Your Teeth Under the Radar With ClearCorrect

ClearCorrect offers a discreet solution for straightening your teeth so you can achieve a beautiful smile without the noticeable appearance of traditional braces — and it’s available here at Dr. Darj Dental, in El Paso, Texas.

You’ve heard about people straightening their teeth or correcting their bite with clear aligner trays. Read on as Mehrnoosh Darj, DDS, shares how ClearCorrect can help you achieve a straight, healthy smile under the radar.

Learn more about ClearCorrect

ClearCorrect is an orthodontic treatment system designed to straighten your teeth using a series of clear, removable aligners. Each set of custom-made aligners gradually shifts your teeth closer and closer to their ideal positions.

Because there’s no need for metal brackets or archwires, ClearCorrect aligners are nearly invisible when you wear them. Straightening your teeth is also much more comfortable without all of that metal!

With clear aligners, you can enjoy the flexibility of removing them to eat — no food restrictions with ClearCorrect! — and brush your teeth. You do need to wear your trays for 22 hours each day for the best results. However, being able to remove your trays for special occasions or for an important presentation at work can do wonders for your confidence. 

Bottom line: It’s no surprise why they’re a popular choice for people seeking orthodontic treatment without significant lifestyle disruptions.

Clear aligners… that stay clear

When it comes to clear aligners, you want your aligners to stay clear. After all, that’s the secret to straightening your teeth under the radar.

ClearCorrect clear aligners do. They’re made from a patented material called ClearQuartz Tri-layer Material™ that consists of two layers of resilient polymers and one elastomeric inner layer. The two outer layers of your trays are durable and feature low porosity, meaning that your aligners are stain resistant. 

Tip: Maintain clarity by refraining from eating with your trays in. You can drink water with them in place, but avoid drinking other beverages while wearing the aligners. After you eat, brush your teeth and pop your trays back into your mouth.

Getting started with ClearCorrect aligners

Whether you want to correct crowded teeth or close a gap, ClearCorrect can help you reach your orthodontic goals. It can even help with deep bites and overjets.

Here’s a quick overview of what to expect when you decide on ClearCorrect:

Once your images and impressions are complete, Dr. Darj sends your prescription to ClearCorrect, where your aligners are custom-made based on your anatomy and your end goals. Every few weeks, you’ll replace your trays with a new set according to Dr. Darj’s instructions. 

Most treatment plans last about a year.

Say hello to your new smile

To learn more about ClearCorrect or to find out if it’s right for you, schedule your ClearCorrect consultation at Dr. Darj Dental by phone at 915-213-3767 or online.

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