How ClearCorrect Aligners Are Made

ClearCorrect aligners are a popular alternative to traditional metal braces for people looking to straighten their teeth. They are made using advanced technology and a unique process that involves several steps. Here's how ClearCorrect aligners are made.

Step 1: Consultation and Treatment Planning

The first step in the process is a consultation with a qualified dentist or orthodontist. During this consultation, they will evaluate your teeth and determine if ClearCorrect aligners are the right treatment option for you. They will also perform a 3D scan which will be used to create a 3D digital model of your mouth.

Step 2: Digital Treatment Planning

Once your orthodontist has gathered all the necessary information, they will create a digital treatment plan using specialized software. This software allows them to manipulate the 3D digital model of your mouth to show how your teeth will move during each stage of the treatment. It also allows them to create a series of custom-made aligners that will gradually shift your teeth into the desired position.

Step 3: Aligner Fabrication

After the digital treatment plan is complete, ClearCorrect uses state-of-the-art technology to fabricate a series of custom-made aligners for you. The aligners are made from a high-quality, BPA-free plastic material that is both safe and durable. Each aligner is designed to fit snugly over your teeth, and it is slightly different from the previous aligner to gradually move your teeth into the desired position.

Step 4: Quality Control

Once your aligners have been fabricated, they undergo a rigorous quality control process to ensure they meet ClearCorrect's strict standards. The aligners are inspected for accuracy and quality, and any defects or imperfections are corrected before they are shipped to your orthodontist's office.

Step 5: Treatment and Follow-Up Care

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Once your aligners are ready, your orthodontist will give you detailed instructions on how to wear them and care for them properly. You will wear each set of aligners for about two weeks before switching to the next set in the series. Throughout your treatment, you will visit your orthodontist periodically to monitor your progress and ensure that your teeth are moving correctly.

In conclusion, ClearCorrect aligners are made using advanced technology and a unique process that involves several steps. From the initial consultation and treatment planning to the fabrication and quality control of the aligners, ClearCorrect is dedicated to providing patients with high-quality orthodontic treatment that is safe, effective, and customized to their specific needs. If you are considering ClearCorrect aligners as a treatment option, you can consult with a qualified SmileStories dentist who can help you determine if they are right for you.

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