ClearCorrect is a popular and effective alternative to traditional metal braces for teeth alignment. ClearCorrect aligners are transparent, removable, and custom-made to fit your teeth perfectly. They are a great option for people who want to straighten their teeth without the inconvenience and discomfort of metal braces.
In this blog post, we will go over how to get started with ClearCorrect aligners.
The first step to getting started with ClearCorrect is to find a ClearCorrect provider in your area. You can use the SmileStories online booking to search for providers near you. Once you have found a provider, you can schedule an initial consultation to discuss your treatment goals and determine if ClearCorrect is the right choice for you.
During your consultation, your ClearCorrect provider will examine your teeth with a 3D scan, and discuss your treatment options. They will also discuss the cost of treatment, estimate the length of the treatment and any insurance coverage you may have.
Based on your examination and consultation, your ClearCorrect provider will create a customized treatment plan for you. They will use a 3D scan of your teeth, which will be used to create a series of aligners that will gradually move your teeth into their proper position.
Once your ClearCorrect aligners are ready, you will start wearing them. You will wear each set of aligners for approximately two weeks, and then switch to the next set. You should wear your aligners for at least 22 hours a day, only removing them when you eat, brush your teeth, or floss.
Your ClearCorrect provider will schedule regular progress checkups to monitor your treatment progress and make any necessary adjustments.
Once you have completed your treatment, your clear aligner provider may recommend wearing a retainer to maintain the position of your teeth. Retainers are custom-made to fit your teeth and are usually worn at night.
In conclusion, getting started with ClearCorrect aligners involves finding a ClearCorrect provider, scheduling a consultation, creating a treatment plan, wearing your aligners, attending progress checkups, and completing your treatment. With the right provider and commitment to wearing your aligners as directed, you can achieve the straight and healthy smile you desire.