ClearCorrect Clear Aligners - Invisible Braces For A Beautiful Smile In 2023

It's long been know that straighter teeth not only look better but are also healthier.  Poorly-aligned teeth can interfere with bite function, can wear out faster, and are more prone to cavities.  Because of the comfort, ease and discreet appearance of clear aligners, their popularity over conventional braces has lead to several brands offering clear braces:  Invisalign, ClearCorrect, SmartMoves.  Dr. Gerard Wasselle and the Excellence in Dentistry team recommend ClearCorrect for their patients in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  There are several factors that set this invisible aligner orthodontic system apart from the competition. 

How Does ClearCorrect Make Straightening My Teeth Easy?

While traditional braces involve metal brackets and wires that poke and are difficult to clean, ClearCorrect straightens your teeth using a custom-made, removable series of aligners that are comfortable and removeable allowing you to easily eat and properly clean your teeth.  As a ClearCorrect patient, you  will wear your custom-made, plastic aligner for at least 22 hours each day.   Dr. Gerard Wasselle will create a treatment plan for your particular needs and will prescribe you to wear each of your aligners for the appropriate amount of time between one and three weeks to slowly move your teeth into their ideal positions.

Are ClearCorrect Clear Aligners Comfortable?

ClearCorrect clear aligners make teeth straightening comfortable with an advanced design that fits comfortably in your mouth without the irritation of metal braces and brackets.  At each stage of your treatment you are given a new set of aligners which applies gentle and gradual pressure on your teeth shifting them no more than 0.3 millimeters at each stage. The way that the ClearCorrect aligners fit over your teeth has been scientifically studied and designed for maximum comfort and effectiveness in gently repositioning your teeth without need for "engagers" - tooth colored bumps placed on teeth to hold the aligners on correctly.

Are ClearCorrect Clear Alginers Noticeable?

One of the advantages of ClearCorrect clear aligners is that they are barely noticeable, practically invisible teeth braces.  ClearCorrect uses their proprietary ClearQuartz™ tri-layer aligner material composed of the highest quality plastic and the most advanced manufacturing techniques.  This results in their aligners being less visible compared to other invisible braces systems.

Are ClearCorrect Clear Alginers 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.

Are Clear Aligners Better For Oral Hygiene? 

ClearCorrect aligners actually help you take better care of your teeth while in treatment.  The metal brackets and wires used with traditional braces make cleaning your teeth properly somewhere between challenging and impossible. With ClearCorrect, you remove your clear aligner trays not only to eat and drink but also to brush and floss your teeth. 

Are ClearCorrect Aligners Made In America?

Yes, the headquarters for ClearCorrect is in Round Rock, Texas. This is where all aligners are made. 

If you have searched for "Invisalign braces near me" or are interested in gentle braces, call Dr. Gerard Wasselle at Excellence in Dentistry in Fort Lauderdale to schedule a consultation to see if ClearCorrect invisible aligners are the right tool for improving your smile.  Call 954-928-1666 today.


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