If you are an adult who needs orthodontic treatment but finds the idea of braces unattractive, Oklahoma City dentist Dr. Terry Bass may have just the solution you have been looking for. ClearCorrect is a cosmetic dentistry treatment made specifically for adults and older teens that offers a faster, less invasive, and overall more pleasing alternative to braces.
If you live in or around Oklahoma City and would like to learn more about ClearCorrect, please contact us online or by calling our office at (405) 622-8996 to schedule a treatment consultation today.
ClearCorrect utilizes a series of aligner trays made of clear, soft plastic to gently push teeth into their optimal position. Each set of ClearCorrect aligners is custom-made using state-of-the-art computer technology to ensure a comfortable fit and personalized results. During the course of treatment, you will visit Dr. Bass every few weeks for a new set of progressive aligners. When worn as directed, treatment can often be completed in as few as 12 to 18 months.
Because ClearCorrect aligners can be removed, treatment does not interfere with dental hygiene or dietary options. This allows you to maintain a healthy smile and body at all phases of treatment, and also helps guard against the tooth staining that can accompany traditional orthodontia.
Additional benefits offered by ClearCorrect include:
- Clear aligners are virtually undetectable
- Soft plastic will not irritate sensitive oral tissue or cut lips and tongue
- Adjustments are far less intrusive
Treatment can take 1/3rd of the amount of time required by braces There are significant advantages offered by ClearCorrect, but it may not be the right solution for all of our patients. Dr. Bass would be happy to discuss this with you in greater detail and answer any questions you may have during your orthodontic consultation.
To schedule your ClearCorrect consultation with experienced dentist Dr. Terry Bass, please call us today at (405) 622-8996. Dr. Bass proudly serves Oklahoma City, Lawton, Norman, and nearby areas of Oklahoma.