Schultz Center for Dentistry
Jeffrey L. Schultz, D.D.S.

Do I Need ClearCorrect?

September 20, 2018
Posted By: Schultz Center for Dentistry

At Schultz Center for Dentistry, Dr. Jeffrey Schultz offers an array of treatments that can help you achieve straighter teeth and a healthy, beautiful smile. With options that range from teeth whitening to a more extensive smile makeover, our team can develop a personalized treatment plan that is tailored to fulfill your unique goals.

If you are searching for an effective and unobtrusive orthodontic treatment, ClearCorrect can be a sophisticated alternative to metal braces that can straighten your teeth and improve your bite without the time, expense, and inconvenience often presented by traditional techniques. With that said, the ClearCorrect system may not be an ideal treatment for all orthodontic concerns. In some cases of minor misalignments or small gaps between teeth, simple cosmetic solutions like porcelain veneers may be enough to achieve your desired results. For more complex issues that affect your jaw alignment or biting function, ClearCorrect or one of our other orthodontic treatments may be necessary.

In general, you may want to consider ClearCorrect if you:

  • Have widespread misalignments or crookedness in your smile
  • Experience crowding or spacing issues
  • Experience an underbite, overbite, crossbite, or other cases of malocclusion (poor bite)
  • Desire a more economical orthodontic treatment than Invisalign

ClearCorrect offers several aligner options and has the ability to treat a range of cases, with the most ideal treatment plan determined by the extent of your concerns. Mild improvements can usually be achieved with a series of six ClearCorrect aligners, while more moderate orthodontic issues may require a 12-aligner series. We also offer an “unlimited aligner” option so that the teeth can be repositioned as needed, without constraints on the number of adjustments available.

To learn more about whether ClearCorrect can help you reach your smile goals, or to schedule a consultation, please contact our practice today.

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