If you’ve been putting off orthodontic treatment because you don’t want metal braces, you’ll benefit from choosing the invisible alternative! Clear aligners use the same predictable approach to straightening your crooked teeth but through a series of plastic trays instead of unsightly wires, brackets, and rubber bands. Inconspicuous and comfortable, clear braces are the ideal alternative for busy professionals who don’t want orthodontics to hinder their lifestyle. And with dental financing [link to insurance and financing], we can help make this option affordable for you, too. Our team at [Practice Name] welcomes you to schedule your consultation for clear aligners in [city, state] today!
Unlike the stereotype of conventional braces, you’ll find that orthodontic treatment with clear aligners in [city, state] is comfortable and uncomplicated. At your consultation, we’ll take impressions of your crooked teeth, which will be used to fabricate your set of custom dental aligners. You’ll wear each aligner in the series for generally two weeks each and 20-22 hours each day. Unlike braces, you can easily remove your clear aligners whenever you eat and drink or brush and floss. You’ll know you have invisible braces, but no one else will unless you tell them! During your treatment, you’ll return every few months to our dental office in [city, state] so we can make sure your teeth are straightening properly.
Clear aligners are an ideal solution for most patients with crooked teeth. However, only a trained and experienced dentist should complete your orthodontic treatment. Clear aligners are not the right solution for some individuals who have more complex problems with their bite or jaw. Our dentist has years of experience helping patients fix their crooked teeth and has the trained eye to determine if clear aligners or conventional braces will provide the greatest long-term benefits. Most likely, you’ll be a candidate for clear aligners and discreet treatment resulting in a beautiful, straight smile!
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