Looking for an alternative to metal braces?


ClearCorrect is another option that is easy and comfortable for teeth alignment. Operating like other invisible braces, Clear Correct is a simple way to straighten your teeth at any age, so you can feel comfortable with your Smile! It is a series of transparent, custom, removable aligners that slowly straighten your teeth. Talk to your Dentist for more information on how ClearCorrect can help you get the smile you’ve always wanted.

ClearCorrect is the simple alternative to braces.

They’re practically invisible so most people will be completely unaware you are slowly straightening your teeth… until they notice your fantastic smile! Clear Correct aligners fit you perfectly making them more comfortable than regular braces. They’re removable so you can eat whatever you like and clean your teeth normally.  Each aligner is slightly different, moving your teeth just a little bit at a time.

Ask your doctor for more information about ClearCorrect and what it can do for you.

Looking for an alternative to metal braces?

ClearCorrect is the clear and simple choice. No wires. No brackets. Just clear, convenient comfort—every reason to smile.

With ClearCorrect, your dentist can straighten your teeth using a series of clear, custom, removable aligners. Each aligner moves your teeth little by little, until you eventually reach your perfect smile.

How does it work?

You and your doctor will evaluate your teeth and talk about any problems or goals you have for your smile. Once you and your doctor establish ClearCorrect is the right treatment option for you, your doctor will take impressions, photos, and x-rays of your teeth that ClearCorrect uses in manufacturing your custom aligners. Then your doctor writes a prescription for your custom aligners and sends it to ClearCorrect.

What can it do?

ClearCorrect can treat a wide variety of issues that keep people from achieving their ideal smiles. Straighter teeth not only look better, but they function better too. Poorly-aligned teeth can interfere with proper bite, and pose a risk to getting cavities. Ask your dentist if Clear Correct is the right option for you.