Suitability for ClearSmile Braces


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ClearSmile is appealing to both teenagers and adult patients because it offers a reliable and discreet alternative to traditional fixed braces. Ideally suited to those with minor or moderate issues, this treatment targets the front 6-10 teeth, producing incredible aesthetics and enabling you to enjoy a beautiful smile in a very short period of time.

ClearSmile is suited to patients with a broad spectrum of orthodontic needs, including mild cases of overbite, underbite and open bite, crooked teeth, overcrowding and gaps between the teeth. As this treatment concentrates on the front teeth, it may not be a suitable option for patients with more complex and extensive problems; in this case, your dentist will be able to suggest suitable alternatives.

Many people choose ClearSmile because it fits into their lifestyle with ease; the braces are very fine and light, they are barely visible to other people and the average treatment time is just 6 months. As the braces are so fine, they are very easy to clean and take care of; they also use the latest technology to produce gentle forces to prevent any discomfort. As treatment times are shorter than many other fixed brace treatments, fewer appointments are needed and this makes treatment more convenient than other systems, as you don’t have to worry about taking time off work or coming out of school, college or university for dental appointments.

ClearSmile is also a cheaper option than many of the invisible aligner systems, which makes it accessible to a wider range of people.

How can I find out if I’m a good candidate for treatment?

If you like the sound of ClearSmile braces and you’re eager to find out more and see if it could be a suitable match for your orthodontic needs, the best thing to do is to search online for a local provider and organise a consultation. Your dentist will examine your mouth and carry out some tests to assess your suitability for treatment and if this is a viable match for you, they can discuss the treatment in more detail, so that you understand how it works, what treatment involves, how long you will wear braces for and what you can expect at the end of it all when your braces are lifted off.


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