What is Clear Correct Clear Aligners?
Clear Correct clear aligners are invisible braces that use a series of clear trays to align your teeth into the ideal position. You wear them for about two weeks at a time, with each set moving your teeth just a little bit more until you get straight teeth and a smile you want. It’s fast, easy and affordable!
Benefits of Clear Correct Clear Aligners
- Transparent and can be customised according to the shape of the tooth
- Removable clear aligners make oral hygiene easy. Apply them back in after brushing and flossing as usual
- This innovative treatment is simple, and the Alignment of teeth is less time consuming and comfortable
- No restrictions on food
Why Choose Narre Warren Dental Care for Clear Correct Clear Aligners
We know that orthodontic treatment can be a daunting prospect. But at Narre Warren Dental Care, we’ll take the time to explain your options and answer any questions you have. You’ll feel confident in our team of specialists who are committed to providing the best possible care for our patients. And with our transparent pricing policy, there is no hidden costs or surprises – just clear information on what it will cost from start to finish.
If you’re looking for an orthodontist near Narre Warren then look no further than Narre Warren Dental Care! With our specialist knowledge, experienced clinicians and state-of-the-art facilities, we offer a comprehensive range of orthodontic treatments such as traditional braces, Invisalign®, and Clear Aligners
Contact us today for a free consultation so we can get started on your journey towards straighter teeth!
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Frequently asked questions
answers to some of our most frequently asked questions or browse through below for more information.
Here is a list of the different types of aligners you can choose from:
- Invisalign alignersInvisalign Teen
- Invisalign I7
- Invisalign Lite
- Invisalign Full
- Clear Correct
- Inman Aligner
- When you first put on your new aligner for the next few days, it may be tender or sensitive to touch. But as time goes by and with lots of wear, they’ll become more comfortable!
- During a phase of transition, your bite might feel a bit different.
- You may find that you lisp at first when you are getting used to speaking while wearing aligners.
- You may need “engagers” (a small bump or button embedded in the aligner) to help the device do tooth movement.