Dr. Michael Stern and his team at Smile Brighter in Willoughby Hills, OH, treasure the opportunity given to them by each patient that comes in looking to them for assistance in achieving a healthy beautiful smile. One way that Dr. Stern has found to provide the dream smile that every patient is looking for is by recommending the ClearCorrect clear aligner treatment. This is one of the simplest and convenient ways for patients to achieve the smile they have been dreaming of. It is incredibly easy for patients to use at home clear plastic aligners which produce wonderful results. It’s a great choice for both teens and adults!
What follows are five reasons why Dr. Stern recommends the ClearCorrect treatment to patients looking for orthodontic treatment to correct their smiles.
The aligners utilized by the ClearCorrect treatment are made of smooth, clear, and comfortable plastic. Patients have consistently exclaimed how much they love wearing the aligners due to the level of comfort provided when compared to metal braces. You don’t have to worry about some of the pitfalls associated with metal braces, such as rubbing or cutting. You will never face that kind of irritation when wearing the aligners provided for the ClearCorrect treatment. You also will not have to face discomfort caused by pressure on the teeth that you would when metal wires are tightened with traditional braces. This treatment system is truly designed with comfort in mind!
Not only was ClearCorrect designed with comfort in mind, but it was also designed for convenience. You may not be aware, but the aligners can be removed at any time you would like. You can’t do that with metallic braces! It is recommended that the aligners be removed anytime you eat, drink, or brush your teeth. Not only that but if you need to remove them temporarily for any other reason, you need not fear that it will impede the progress of your treatment. It is important to note that you do need to keep them in your mouth for most of the day. It is recommended that they remain in place around 22 hours a day. But that still allows you room to remove them multiple times a day when needed.
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