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At Dundas East Dental our patients love our Clear Correct clear aligners. Clear Correct uses a series of clear plastic aligners to effectively move your teeth into ideal positioning. The aligners are removable for comfort and convenience and are virtually undetectable while you are wearing them.

So what the difference between Clear Correct vs Invisalign? Well, in many cases Clear Correct can offer more affordable treatment. Invisalign charges the dentist and patient for the retainer at the end of treatment, while with Clear Correct the retainer is often free; potentially saving you up to $800. If there are additional steps the patient would like to pursue at the end of treatment, Invisalign will charge for the extra treatment while Clear Correct will cover additional steps if the patient is not satisfied after a full case. Some of our patients have also commented that Clear Correct’s clear aligners seems thinner and more transparent than Invisalign’s, making them less noticeable. 

Your Clear Correct treatment will begin with a smile evaluation with our dentist. He/she will take any photos, x-rays and impressions to create a mold of your teeth so that your case may be submitted to Clear Correct. 

Clear Correct will then create a series of customized aligners. Each aligner will be worn for about 4-6 weeks for at least 22 hours a day. Your dentist will monitor your smile’s progression to make sure you stay on track and make any minor adjustments to your treatment if necessary to ensure your best possible results.

Clear Correct costs will be determined the by the complexity of each case. To book your free Clear Correct consultation with our dentist, or for more information about Clear Correct treatment and payment options, call ((416) 368-8787 today.

Clear Correct (Invisible braces)

Clear Correct Patient Review: Gerald Blackman

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