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Burton Dental Associates P.C. | ClearCorrect Aligners in Grand Rapids

  Life is All About Smiles!

2013 Eastcastle Drive SE Suite D Grand Rapids, MI 49508 

PHONE: 616-455-9900 FAX: 616-455-9901 EMAIL: [email protected]

 

ClearCorrect Aligners
 

ClearCorrect orthodontic aligners are a clear and simple alternative to braces, with no wires or brackets. ClearCorrect uses a series of removable aligners that move your teeth in small increments as you wear them. Leaving you in the end with straight teeth.

How ClearCorrect Works

After a consultation with Dr. Yamusah, she will determine if ClearCorrect is the right treatment option to fit your unique goals and needs. We'll send your records, x-rays, and impressions to ClearCorrect. Working with Dr. Yamusah, ClearCorrect maps out a customized treatment plan that will take your teeth to where you want them to be. You'll be instructed to wear each set of aligners for a specific time, as your teeth gradually adjust to your ideal smile.

 

Burton Dental Associates P.C. in Grand Rapids MI

Effortless Convenience

Because ClearCorrect aligners are removable, you can take them out to brush, floss, and eat your favorite foods. ClearCorrect fits your daily routine as perfectly as it fits your teeth.

 

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Unlike traditional metal braces, ClearCorrect lets you show off your smile, while you straighten your teeth. They're so clear, no one will notice you wearing them,

 

FAQ

 

Will the treatment be painful?

Most people expirence temporary discomfort for a few days at the beginning of each new stage of treatment. This is normal and typically a sign that ClearCorrect is working. Any discomfort goes away within a couple days.

 

Will wearing ClearCorrect aligners affect my speech?

Like all orthodontic treatments, aligners may temporarily affect the speech of some people. You may have a lisp for a day or two. However, once your tongue gets used to havingt he aligners in your mouth, any lisp caused, should disapear. 

 

Are there restrictions on what I can eat while in treatment?

No. Unlike traditional wires and brackets, you can eat whatever you desire. While in treatment, the aligners should be removed to eat or drink. It is also important that you brush your teeth after each meal and prior to re-inserting your aligners to maintain proper hygiene.

 

 

 

 
 
 
Grand Rapids Dentist | ClearCorrect Aligners. Aretha Yamusah Dr. Donald Schwartzfisher is a Grand Rapids Dentist.