Things You Should Know About ClearCorrect

Things You Should Know About ClearCorrect

ClearCorrect is an aligner used to straighten teeth by correcting misaligned, crowded, crooked teeth and adjusting the spacing between teeth. They gradually move the teeth by straightening them, thus refreshing the teeth and smile.

Smiling rejuvenates your body, soul, and spirit, and you should be smiling without any fear. Therefore, if you are not pleased with your dental structure, ClearCorrect has come to your aid.

Advantages of ClearCorrect Compared to Braces and Traditional Wires


ClearCorrect is clear and inconspicuous, enabling you to smile or talk without people noticing the device. Moreover, most patients and beneficiaries of ClearCorrect have reported great comfort while using the device. It is undoubtedly a great option, unlike the traditional wires and braces that are visible and sometimes very uncomfortable.

Ease of removing

Teeth alignment devices can be temporary, but the regular braces remain permanent until the treatment ends, and the removal is the dentist’s task.

On the other hand, you can remove ClearCorrect on your own before eating, drinking, and brushing your teeth. However, the simplicity of ClearCorrect should not fool you; regular checkups and cleanings are still essential.

Time frame

Like any other regular treatment, ClearCorrect’s treatment time frame varies from one patient to another, and this is determined by the misalignment levels and crookedness of your teeth.

It has been noted that most adults have their teeth aligned after a year or two of using the device. Furthermore, as you continue to wear the ClearCorrect, you will notice visible positive changes, and periodic dental checkups are required to monitor your progress.

How does ClearCorrect Work?

The ClearCorrect treatment has several levels of aligners depending on the levels of misalignment. The Moderate ClearCorrect treatment requires a 32-phase treatment, while the minor cases require a 12 step treatment.

ClearCorrect works best for people who have all their molars, making it more suitable for adults and teenagers. Therefore, no design has been developed for children and senior citizens who have unfortunately lost their molars.


The exact cost of ClearCorrect varies depending on the value of misalignment, and we can offer you a consultation session where you can know what works for you and the exact cost. Some insurance providers do cover the cost, and our staff can find out for sure.

Feel free to schedule an appointment with us to determine if ClearCorrect is the right option for you.

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