in Hoffman Estates, IL

ClearCorrect is an excellent orthodontic choice for patients who are interested in aligning their smiles without wearing noticeable metal braces. Interested in learning more about ClearCorrect? Please contact our office, and we’d be happy to get a ClearCorrect consultation scheduled for you.

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Is ClearCorrect
better than Invisalign?

ClearCorrect and Invisalign are both excellent options for clear aligner therapy. The best choice for you will depend on your individual needs and preferences. Both systems use clear, custom-made aligners to gradually straighten teeth, but there are some differences. ClearCorrect often offers a more flexible pricing structure, while Invisalign is known for its advanced technology and extensive track record. During your consultation, our team can work with you to determine which option will be right for your unique smile.

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Will my ClearCorrect aligners need to stay on all the time?

Yes, for ClearCorrect aligners to be effective, they need to be worn consistently. It’s recommended that patients wear their aligners for at least 20-22 hours per day, removing them only for eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing. Consistent wear ensures that your teeth move according to your treatment plan, helping you achieve the best possible results within the expected timeframe. Neglecting to wear your aligners as prescribed can delay your progress and extend the overall treatment duration.

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Who is a good candidate for

ClearCorrect is suitable for a wide range of patients with mild to moderate orthodontic issues. Good candidates include patients with crowded teeth, gaps, overbites, underbites, and crooked teeth who are interested in correcting their orthodontic issues and achieving a beautiful, symmetrical smile. Patients should also be committed to wearing their aligners consistently and maintaining good oral hygiene. In rare cases, a patient’s orthodontic needs are too severe or complex for clear aligner therapy, in which case we will likely recommend metal braces.

Want to see if ClearCorrect is right for you? Contact our office and schedule your consultation today!

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