Clearpath Gold Coast QLD
Clearpath teeth aligners are a modern teeth alignment solution, custom fitted and designed to work comfortably with your lifestyle
Clearpath teeth aligners provide an alternative to braces. There are a number of reasons people are choosing clearpath over the traditional, here’s a few:
- They are snug fitting
- They can be removed
- They alleviate the traditional discomforts of braces
- They are easy to maintain as teeth can be properly cleaned without having to maneuver around braces
How exactly do clearpath aligners work?
Similarly to braces, clearpath aligners are a mechanism made to guide teeth into a naturally aligned position. The aligners are made from medical grade plastic and are specifically tailored to fit each individual mouth.
The aligners are computer generated fabrications made into plastic trays or aligners custom fit to your mouth. Each aligner works to move a selected tooth into the desired position.
Who is suitable for clearpath aligners?
Clearpath aligners have proven to be successful in correcting a range of tooth misalignment issues. To discuss individual needs or your suitability for clearpath aligners, it is best to get in contact with a dental professional.
What is the cost?
As each clearpath treatment will need to be uniquely designed to cater for the specific needs of each individual, it’s hard to give a standard cost.
The treatment plan
For best results, the clearpath aligners should be worn almost full-time. Obviously they can be removed for cleaning, eating and drinking purposes.
The overall time taken for the completion of the treatment is hard to identify without a specific dental plan. The treatment will obviously vary depending on the extent of alignment required. The procedure can take as little as three months or as long as 48. You can expect however, to have straight teeth in less time than if you had opted for traditional alignment methods.
Post treatment care
How can you ensure your teeth won’t return to their crooked position following clearpath treatment? Following the procedure you will be provided with a retainer, this will encourage your teeth to remain in the desired position. Along with this, your dentist will provide you with a tailored plan to ensure the best possible results are maintained.
To Note: Any dental procedure carries risks which also may depend on your general health. This will be discussed with you prior to any dental intervention.
Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner such as your dentist or your doctor.