Clear aligners show off your smile, so most people won’t even notice you’re wearing them.
It’s easy to remove aligners and eat whatever you like. There are no wires to trap food or get in the way when you floss.
We make aligners for North America, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe right here at our headquarters in Round Rock, Texas.
As a dental lab, ClearCorrect makes aligners based on a doctor’s prescription. You’ll need an orthodontist or dentist to manage your treatment.
If your primary dentist doesn’t offer ClearCorrect, another doctor near you probably does.
If you’re a good candidate for clear aligners, your doctor will take photos and x-rays, use a scanner or impressions to capture the shape of your teeth, and submit your prescription to ClearCorrect.
We’ll make a series of aligners customized to apply pressure to the teeth that you want to move.
Your doctor will check your progress periodically and give you new sets of aligners. You’ll wear the aligners for at least 22 hours per day, progressing through each step until your treatment is done.
Since 2006, thousands of people have successfully straightened their teeth with ClearCorrect. Here are a few of them.
Each doctor sets their own fees. The cost to patients is generally comparable to other orthodontic options, ranging from around $2,000 to $8,000 USD, depending on the complexity of treatment, your location, and other factors.
Many dental plans do include coverage for orthodontic appliances such as clear aligners. If you meet your insurance company’s eligibility requirements, they may cover a portion of the total treatment cost up to a lifetime maximum, which is typically between $1,000 to $3,000 USD. Your doctor and insurance company can provide more details.
Generally, yes. Funds from flex spending accounts and health savings accounts can be applied to orthodontic appliances like clear aligners.
Not necessarily. Many doctors offer monthly payment plans to help fit your budget.
Wear aligners as directed by your doctor—usually two to three weeks per step, at least 22 hours per day. Take them out to eat and brush your teeth.
This varies from patient to patient. Treatment can take anywhere from a few months to a few years, depending on the complexity of the case.
Clear aligners are completely transparent, which makes them much more discreet than metal braces. People usually don’t notice them. They’re not magic, however—you can see them at close range if you know what to look for.
No. ClearCorrect manufactures aligners based on prescriptions from dentists and orthodontists. You and your doctor play the biggest role in ensuring the success of your treatment.
Most patients do experience significant improvement in their smiles, but it’s impossible to guarantee the outcome of any orthodontic treatment. Your results may vary.
To prevent relapse, doctors usually prescribe a retainer after any orthodontic treatment. ClearCorrect offers affordable, discreet clear retainers suitable for patients treated with clear aligners or traditional metal braces.