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Clear Braces

Clear Braces

For a Healthy, Straight Smile

Straight teeth are key to a healthy, confident smile. Teeth that are in alignment can boost your confidence, and they are also easier to clean with proper brushing and flossing techniques. If you want a strong, straight smile, give us a call today to learn about our clear braces options.

Highly visible chunky, wire and bracket braces are no longer a necessary during treatment for a straighter smile. At Douglas Christiansen Dental Care, we offer both Invisalign and Clear Correct to help you on your way to straight and aligned teeth.

Benefits of Clear Braces

  • Virtually invisible treatment
  • Removable aligners to eat and drink whatever you like
  • No invasive surgery required
  • Improves the appearance of your smile

How it Works

If you choose that clear braces are the right option for you, both Invisalign and Clear Correct involve virtually invisible custom clear aligners that allow for a confident, efficient journey to a straight smile. During your first appointment, Dr. Christiansen will capture images and/or x-rays of your teeth, and these will be used to create your custom aligners. Once your aligners are created, you’ll wear them in a series and they will apply pressure to the teeth that you want to move. The length of your treatment will be based on the complexity of your case, but the average patient will wear clear braces for about a year. Give us a call today if you’d like to go over your options for clear braces.

Clear Braces and Aligners in San Diego

At Douglas Christiansen Dental Care, we know that your smile is an outward sign of happiness and confidence. We want all of our patients to be happy with their smiles. If you are interested in improving the appearance of your smile with a virtually invisible treatment, give us a call today and our warm, friendly staff will be happy to go over your options and answer any questions you may have.

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What Our Patients Are Saying

"It’s your mouth, and you should feel comfortable talking about it."

- Douglas Christiansen, DDS