When you think about undergoing orthodontic work, you may imagine yourself with metal braces, and feel less than thrilled at the prospect of your treatment. What you might not realize is that you can qualify for orthodontic treatment with ClearCorrect, meaning your aligners will be difficult to see. In addition to avoiding any intrusion on your appearance, these aligners can be removed, so you can take them off when you need to eat, or clean your teeth. With that said, you should make sure to keep them in as often as possible, to avoid treatment delays. While there are apparent cosmetic benefits to straightening your teeth, you should know that there are additional benefits, as you can have an easier time avoiding oral health issues.
True Or False: If you straighten your teeth, you can reduce your risk for possible issues like poor bite alignment, tooth decay, and gum disease.
True Or False: ClearCorrect aligners can be removed by you – this means you can have them out of the way when you need to eat, or clean your teeth.
True Or False: After straightening your teeth, you can notice a big change in your appearance.
True! Crooked teeth can put you at a greater risk for TMJ dysfunction, because of improper bite alignment. If your teeth overlap in ways that make them harder to clean, you may have a harder time avoiding problems that demand restorative dental work.
True! While you need to keep them on as often as possible to keep your treatment on schedule, you can remove your aligners when you need to do things like eat, or clean your teeth.
True! As beneficial as straightening your teeth can be to your oral health, there is certainly nothing wrong with being excited about how your appearance can improve!
Talk To Hillsview Dental About Starting Orthodontic Treatment With ClearCorrect
At Hillsview Dental, patients who want to do something about poor dental alignment can be excited to learn they qualify for treatment with ClearCorrect! With these discreet aligners, you can enjoy fantastic changes to your smile, as well as benefits to your oral health. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Brian G. Criss, call Hillsview Dental today at 605-342-6652. We look forward to hearing from you!