If you have issues with the alignment of your teeth, it can impact your appearance, while also creating potential problems with your ability to bite and chew food. If you want to address this problem, you can set a time to talk with your dentist about ClearCorrect. Rather than using metal braces that are secured to your teeth, you can use removable aligners made of clear plastic to make orthodontic corrections. This can be more convenient, as you can remove your aligners when you need to eat, or when you clean your teeth. They are also hard to notice while you wear them, so they can have less effect on your appearance.
Using ClearCorrect Aligners To Straighten Your Smile
When you use ClearCorrect to address your smile flaws, you will receive a series of clear plastic aligners. Each aligner will be worn for a set time, before you move on to wear your next appliance. At each progression, your teeth are shifted closer to their ideal positions. Because they can be removed by you, and because they require no manual adjustments, ClearCorrect can be more “user friendly” than metal braces. They are also popular because they are hard to notice when worn.
Can Porcelain Veneers Cover Up Problems With Your Dental Alignment?
In some cases where you have a milder alignment issue, your dentist may be able to address the matter with porcelain veneers. Veneers can address the cosmetic issues caused by alignment problems in considerably less time than it would take to straighten your teeth through orthodontic work. If you are approved for this treatment approach, you can have your veneers placed after just two appointments!
Talk To Hillsview Dental About Your Concerns About Poor Dental Alignment
At Hillsview Dental, individuals who want to address concerns about poor dental alignment can inquire about ClearCorrect. Our practice is proud to offer this helpful orthodontic treatment, in addition to the many procedures we offer to ensure that patients enjoy their best, healthiest smiles. If you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Brian G. Criss, please call Hillsview Dental today at 605-342-6652.