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ClearCorrect Invisible Braces at Berwick Dental Clinic & Surgery

Have you ever considered getting braces? They’re not just for teens anymore. In recent years, adults have realized that invisible braces allow them to gain the perfectly aligned look they want without showing off embarrassing metal “train tracks.” ClearCorrect, available at Berwick Dental Clinic & Surgery, is one such option that our patients love.

Why Choose ClearCorrect?

You’ve probably heard of Invisalign®. ClearCorrect offers the same advantages while being less expensive. It’s a terrific choice if you have events where you’d like to remove your aligners, such as a date or job interview. They’re virtually invisible, however, so you won’t have a problem wearing them in public.
The many advantages of ClearCorrect include:
Comfortable to wear
Ease of maintaining your oral health
Nearly invisible
No brackets or wires involved
Removable

What to Expect

You’ll come in for a consultation, where we’ll talk about your options to straighten your teeth. If you decide to have ClearCorrect, we’ll take digital scans of your mouth, then send them to the ClearCorrect laboratory. From these images, they will create a series of aligners, customised to you.

What Sets ClearCorrect Apart

Traditional braces may also be an option for you. There are some reasons that we may recommend ClearCorrect over metal braces, such as that it’s easy to keep your gums and teeth healthy since you can remove the aligners to brush and floss. Many people think that traditional braces are unsightly or uncomfortable, and there are no such worries with ClearCorrect. They fit snugly, aren’t noticeable and have reduced treatment times when compared with metal braces.

TAKE THE FIRST STEP

Contact our team today to set up your consultation! We work with National Dental Plan, and you can qualify for a payment plan through them within minutes. You’ll pay 0% interest and enjoy flexible payment options.
* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.