What is the difference between ClearCorrect and Invisalign® ?
The Invisalign® treatment
Invisalign® is a modern orthodontic method that uses a custom-made clear aligner system. Each case is evaluated by an orthodontic specialist who can then suggest a treatment plan according to your needs and budget.
The ClearCorrect treatment
ClearCorrect is a dental aligner system made of crack and stain resistant polyurethane. There are several treatment options as well as the option to pay per aligner or for a full package depending on your needs.
Choosing your treatment
There are many different treatment options offered by different companies when it comes to dental aligners, each presenting a list of advantages and disadvantages. It is important to choose a system where a dental professional can perform a detailed examination of your condition, establish an accurate diagnostic and develop a personalized treatment plan.
Generally, clear aligners have many points in common, such as the possibility to remove them to eat and brush your teeth, as well as the discretion offered by the use of clear materials.
The F. Lavoie Orthodontic Clinic offers a full range of Invisalign® treatments in order to help you obtain the smile you have always dreamed of.
Invisalign® vs ClearCorrect
Invisalign® offers custom clear aligners made using 3D imaging and a unique patented process. These aligners operate progressively, moving the teeth gradually to the desired position.
You will find similar features with ClearCorrect, which presents similar advantages to Invisalign® such as the possibility to remove the aligner to eat or brush your teeth and more.
Invisalign® has developed and patented more processes than their competitors, which contributes in giving them an advantage in terms of expertise. Invisalign® stands out by the use of a patented material, SmartTrack, a thin and flexible thermoplastic approved by the FDA, that is BPA-free, BPS-free, gluten-free and latex-free. The use of this material offers superior comfort as well as a more secure fit, allowing you to achieve faster and more noticeable results.
There are several options to meet your needs when it comes to dental alignment. Contact an orthodontic clinic to make an appointment with an Invisalign® specialist and discover the options available to you!