Clear braces offers the wearer an alternative to wearing traditional braces. Also, for braces wearers who want a more discreet option clear braces are a perfect fit. Clear braces come equipped with transparent trays that are designed to fit around each row of teeth in a matter of months effortlessly align them.
They are also very convenient because clear braces can straighten your teeth in as little as six months.

What is the Clear Braces Process?
Let’s examine exactly what clear braces are in order to gain a better understanding of how they can be utilized to gain straighter and aligned teeth. The first step towards seeing if you qualify for clear braces or not would be to set up a consultation with your dentist. During this consultation you can discuss any of the questions you may have about clear braces as well as what your expectations are for treatment.
If you decide to pursue clear braces, then impressions and a 3D scan of your teeth will be taken at the start of treatment. The information gathered from these impressions and scans will be reviewed by a ClearCorrect Lab. The technicians in this lab will create your aligners made of a polyurethane resin.
At this point you will continuously picky up your sets of trays from your dentist every few weeks. Each
tray will move your teeth a little more than the last until the top and bottom row of teeth are aligned.

Clear Choice: The Benefits of Going with Clear Braces
One of the biggest benefits of utilizing clear braces is as the name suggests the fact that in comparison to traditional braces clear braces are really difficult to notice. Also, there are quite a few more benefits:

         Clear braces are able to be removed which means you can take them out at anytime

         Also, you are able to brush your teeth without having to work around wired braces 

         In addition, you can eat whatever you want because you can remove your aligners 

         Soreness at the start is normal but they’re more comfortable than traditional braces.


Take the Next Step in Getting Clear Braces
Reach out to your dentist to set up a consultation to further discuss the next step towards Clear Braces.