632 McLean Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10705
(914) 237-1922

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10704 Braces

September 29, 2017

Clear Correct braces in 10704

10704 braces

ClearCorrect is a fantastic new way to wear braces. With ClearCorrect, you’ll have the chance to align your smile perfectly without the hardware that orthodontics use like brackets, rubber bands and spacers. ClearCorrect uses invisible aligners to move teeth into their desired position over time. They’re removable as well, so they make the perfect 10704 braces for both teens and adults.

First we’ll create a custom made plastic aligner fit to your teeth as well as a series of plastic aligners that will be given to you over the course of treatment. Each set of your 10704 braces is worn for 2 weeks before being swapped out for the next set in the series. Over time, teeth gently shift into their desired position. Clear braces are revolutionary because they can also be removed for photos, special occasions and brushing and flossing. We recommend that patients leave them in their mouth as much as possible, however, to get the best possible results.

Before getting your 10704 braces we’ll ask you to come in for an initial exam. Our dentist will check your teeth and gums in order to ensure both mouth and teeth are healthy enough to proceed. Patients should also be without any signs of gingivitis or gum disease. If gum disease is present, it should be treated accordingly before the braces are fitted. Gum disease can happen to anyone, in fact, it’s one of the leading dental problems in the U.S. today. Gum disease happens as a result of bacteria, plaque and tartar on the teeth and causing decay. Gum disease can be reversed with proper brushing and flossing, however. Once the gum disease has been treated and gums are healthy again, the ClearCorrect process can begin. Patients should keep up a good oral hygiene regimen after they receive their ClearCorrect braces.

928 McLean Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10704
(914) 237-1922