ClearCorrect—available in our Cincinnati, OH and Cold Spring, KY dental offices—are clear aligners that straighten your teeth over time.
This discreet alternative to traditional braces is a favorite among Wright Dental Center patients and for a good reason!
How ClearCorrect Is Different
Aside from ease of wear and no metal brackets or wires, ClearCorrect aligners can be removed for optimal brushing, flossing, rinsing, and eating.
These clear plastic aligners simply make sense when you want straighter teeth but not the bulk of wires or the unappealing metal across your smile that comes with traditional braces.
How ClearCorrect Works
Our skilled Cincinnati or Cold Spring dentist will assess your teeth and oral health to determine whether ClearCorrect is the best option for your new smile.
If you are a good candidate, we take impressions of your teeth. Our dental lab uses these impressions to create clear aligners that bring teeth in line over time.
We provide instructions on how often to wear your ClearCorrect aligners, but we generally recommend 22 hours per day for the best results. Also, you graduate to a new aligner approximately every two weeks.
At Wright Dental Center, we check your progress throughout to make sure everything is on track.
ClearCorrect relies on continuous but comfortable light pressure to move your teeth into the desired position.
Additionally, our compassionate team is always available to answer any questions or address concerns that you may have throughout and following your ClearCorrect therapy.
Following ClearCorrect therapy, you will enjoy a straight smile and an improved bite.
Our dentist recommends a clear retainer following ClearCorrect therapy. This is to help keep your teeth in their new optimal positions when aligner therapy is complete.
Adult Clear Braces in Cincinnati OH & Cold Spring KY
Contact our Cincinnati, OH or Cold Spring, KY dental office if you’re considering ClearCorrect. The teams at either of our Wright Dental Center locations can schedule your orthodontic assessment today.