ClearCorrect® is Your Ticket to a Dazzling Smile

A ClearCorrect consultation could be yours with one simple phone call.

  • Discreet appliances
  • No flossing or brushing obstructions
  • No dietary obstructions
  • Controlled single tooth movements
  • Personalized care

For years, if your family members wanted a straight, gleaming smile, the only answer was braces. However, thanks to advancements in dental technology, we can say goodbye to cumbersome wires and painful elastics, and hello to ClearCorrect: the clear aligner system.

ClearCorrect® is an orthodontic treatment used to achieve a straight Hollywood smile. The ClearCorrect® process involves using a series of removable plastic aligners that gradually straighten your teeth using strategic pressure. No two smiles are the same, and neither is ClearCorrect®. Each tray is customized to you and your teeth, ensuring a tailored esthetic.

What is ClearCorrect?

If you have crowded teeth, an over or underbite, crossbite, gap teeth or generally desire straighter teeth, ClearCorrect® may be the solution for you. Backed by years of innovation and cutting-edge dental technology, ClearCorrect® makes it possible to address many common dental concerns.

How Can ClearCorrect Help Grand Terrance Patients?

The main benefit of ClearCorrect® is in the name itself: it's clear! ClearCorrect® trays are virtually indictable when on your teeth, meaning unlike braces, you can carry on with your orthodontic work without the world knowing. ClearCorrect® also helps patients dodge the headaches associated with braces. Gone are the days of embarrassment, food avoidance and hiding your smile. With ClearCorrect®, you can embrace life and reach your smile goals at the same time.

We all want a beautiful, straight, and memorable smile, but sometimes as an adult, that awkward braces phase doesn't sound too appealing. With ClearCorrect®'s invisible solution, we can nearly eliminate that discomfort, perfect for working professionals or teens who missed the braces boat as kids and now would prefer a more discrete process.