Do you need to get your smile in alignment? ClearSmile will do it secretly!

Are you good at keeping secrets, or are you the type that wants to burst to tell someone about the gift you’ve bought them before their birthday has arrived?! If stealth and secrecy sound up your street, then you may be interested in ClearSmile aligners that are used for correcting mild to moderate alignment issues. The aligners are made of transparent plastic, so other people shouldn’t realise that you have anything in your mouth. They will marvel at how you have changed the appearance of your teeth unless you let the cat out of the bag! If stealth isn’t your thing, you can shout it from the rooftops and tell everyone about it, and even then, they will find it very difficult to see the aligners. A dentist Navan could recommend this treatment if you have a crossbite, crowded or gapped teeth, or over or underbites.

How do the aligners correct my teeth?

When you wear the aligners over your teeth, they will push against your teeth and gradually move them into the correct positions. You will need to change between your aligners every couple of weeks as each aligner applies a different amount of pressure. You will then have to have checkups every 6 weeks, where you will receive more aligners for the following 6-week treatment period. The aligners can be made bespoke for your mouth, so you can expect the results to be as precise as possible. Your dentist will take a digital scan of your mouth and use this to identify where your teeth should move to and have your aligners made to measure. This should mean that your aligners are as comfortable as possible to wear, and as they are made of smooth plastic, they shouldn’t cause any irritation to the inside of your cheeks or lips.
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Removable convenience

Aside from being an extremely discreet treatment option, ClearSmile is also a great option because it offers convenience. This is because you will be able to remove the aligners when you are dining, so you won’t have to avoid foods that you think could cause damage to your aligners. You will also have time to take them out for brushing and flossing your teeth. By removing them while you do this, you will be able to clean your teeth properly and avoid developing any further dental issues. You should also find that removing the aligners for sports or other important events is possible, as long as you aim to wear your aligners for 22 hours a day. This can give you the flexibility to choose what you do, which is what makes ClearSmile such a popular treatment with many patients.

Smile away!

If you’re looking for a new smile in as little as 6 to 18 months, on average, then ClearSmile could be for you. Find out by booking a consultation with a ClearSmile dentist, who may accept medical card patients, and let them examine you to tell you whether or not this is the right treatment for you. If it is, get ready to have a wonderful smile without anyone else knowing how (unless you spill the beans).

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