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Clear Aligner Orthodontics

Braces are the standard for orthodontic correction, but few adults want to wear a mouthful of metal for a year or more while teeth are moved into better alignment. Clear Aligners address this problem by offering a discreet alternative to metal braces. No brackets and wires. Instead, you’ll receive a customized set of clear aligners that you’ll wear for at least 22 hours every day. 

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Did you know...

Did you know that clear aligners are virtually invisible? Unlike traditional metal braces, clear aligners are made of a transparent plastic material that blends in with the color of your teeth, making them much less noticeable. This is a great option for those who want to straighten their teeth without the look of traditional braces. Additionally, clear aligners are removable, making it easy to maintain good oral hygiene throughout your treatment. This means you can brush and floss your teeth as you normally would, without the need for special tools to clean around brackets and wires. Clear aligners offer a convenient, discreet, and effective way to achieve a beautiful smile.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I need to wear clear aligners each day?

Most clear aligner systems recommend wearing the aligners for at least 22 hours per day, only removing them for eating and brushing your teeth. However, it is important to follow the specific instructions provided by your orthodontist to achieve the best possible results

Will wearing clear aligners affect my speech?

It is common for patients to experience a slight change in their speech during the first few days of wearing clear aligners. However, as you become accustomed to the aligners, any speech changes should subside.

How often do I need to switch to a new set of clear aligners?

The frequency of changing to a new set of aligners depends on the specific treatment plan created by your orthodontist. Typically, clear aligners are changed every one to two weeks to gradually move your teeth into their desired position. Your orthodontist will provide you with detailed instructions on when and how to switch to a new set of aligners.

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