ClearCorrect Will Straighten Out Your Oral Health

Dr. Patel is your trusted source for comprehensive dentistry solutions in the Panama City, Florida area. He has invested heavily in the tools, training and technology that is necessary to provide the dental care you deserve at every stage of life.

Today, we want to walk through the health benefits of ClearCorrect metal-free “braces,” an orthodontic program designed primarily with busy adults in mind.

In our forward-looking office, we make use of the ClearCorrect program to help improve the situation of professionally-active patients who are tired of living with an unattractive and unhealthy smile.

Keep reading to hear more about the possibilities of ClearCorrect, and then be sure to follow up with our team to schedule your adult orthodontic consultation with Dr. Patel. We’ll get you smiling big again in no time!

The Benefits Of ClearCorrect Are Clear

The first thing most people want to know about any alternative treatment is whether or not it works! The good news is that ClearCorrect helps you achieve the same smile goals that classic metal braces would have delivered. The even better news is that it goes about it in a much more pleasant manner.

First of all, ClearCorrect eliminates the need for attention-drawing metal brackets and wires that used to be an essential component of the teeth-straightening process.

Instead of putting you through all that, this technique makes the transformation happen through a series of clear plastic aligner trays.

Your custom-built aligners are switched out by you at home every few weeks until treatment is completed, which is usually only about 12 months depending on your issues. No awkward in-office adjustments will be required of you. And there will be no waiting around 2-3 years for the transformation to happen.

And get this: your aligners won’t be detected by any outsiders and they are far more comfortable to wear than the old-style metal braces.

Since they aren’t actually attached to your mouth, you can pop them out whenever it makes sense for you to do so. That makes dinners more enjoyable–no dietary restrictions. And cleaning your equipment will be a breeze–no weird tools will be part of the deal.

Dr. Patel is convinced that ClearCorrect is a great way for busy adults to improve their smile. But we love it because it doesn’t just make you look better! ClearCorrect also boosts your oral health by eliminating some serious obstacles.

Bad Bites

If you have an overbite, that will take away from the appearance of your smile. But worse than that, it can place additional stress on your teeth and lead to worn-down or cracked teeth that will need to be repaired.

ClearCorrect addresses your bite issues thereby doing away with the need for cosmetic treatments later.

Overcrowded Teeth

Crowded teeth aren’t good for your overall look, but they pose more than a purely cosmetic problem. This can actually increase your chances for gingivitis and full-blown periodontal disease.

That’s because teeth that are that close together are difficult to keep clean. Bacteria is better able to hide from your brush and floss.

Plus, plaque can build up and cause inflammation and infection once it slips below the gumline. Tooth loss and other health issues can follow.

Fortunately, ClearCorrect can repair your crowded condition.


If your teeth are gapped it can affect your speech. And your individual teeth will not be protected by the surrounding teeth. This increases the risk of your tooth loss and more. You can close the gaps with ClearCorrect and save your smile in the process.

Boost Your Smile Today!

We hope that you have been inspired by today’s post. To learn more about the benefits of ClearCorrect and to find out if you are a suitable candidate for this treatment, contact us today to schedule a consultation in Panama City, FL with Dr. Patel! Don’t put it off any longer!

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