Pelsue Orthodontics

Creating Beautiful Smiles

ClearCorrect™


Show off your smile.™

ClearCorrect

ClearCorrect invisible braces are the clear and simple way to straighten your teeth so you can show off your smile with confidence! Looking for an alternative to metal braces? ClearCorrect is a clear and simple choice for patients of all ages. There are no wires or brackets; just clear, convenient comfort that gives you every reason to smile.

ClearCorrect

Effortless convenience

With ClearCorrect, achieving your ideal smile is easy and effortless. Plus, since your clear aligners are removable, you can take them out to brush, floss, and eat your favorite foods. ClearCorrect fits your life and daily routine as perfectly as it fits your teeth, so you don't need to change a thing.

Out of sight, out of mind

Unlike traditional metal braces, you can show off your smile while you straighten your teeth. You'll be surprised at how quickly you'll forget you're wearing your ClearCorrect aligners, and they're so clear that no one else will notice you're wearing them either

How ClearCorrect works

After you and your doctor decide that ClearCorrect is the right treatment option to fit your unique goals and needs, you'll send your records, X-rays, and impressions to ClearCorrect. Next, working with your doctor every step of the way, ClearCorrect maps out a customized treatment plan of gradual adjustments that take your teeth from where they are currently to where you want them to be. You'll wear each set of aligners for a specific amount of time as your teeth gently adjust and align to your ideal smile. You'll visit your doctor periodically for checkups to monitor your progress until you eventually have the straight smile you've always wanted.

The choice is clear!

Clear Correct

  • Clear, custom-made, removable aligners that incrementally adjust teeth
  • Superior clarity
  • Smooth surface finish withstands clouding from wear
  • Easily removable
  • No interruption to eating or routine brushing and flossing
  • Minimally invasive

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