Radiant Smiles LLC

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Schedule a Consultation for Invisible Braces

We look forward to sitting down with you to discuss your interest in Invisible braces. To find out more, please call to schedule your appointment today.

Invisible braces are the perfect choice for comfortably and privately improving your smile. For patients who prefer a discreet and low-profile orthodontic experience, clear aligner braces can be used to gently reposition the teeth to form a healthy and attractive smile in a way that protects your personal image as well as your privacy.

Invisible Braces

Clear Aligner Braces - ClearCorrect

Looking for an alternative to metal braces?

ClearCorrect is the clear and simple choice. No wires. No brackets. Just clear, convenient comfort—every reason to smile. With ClearCorrect, your dentist can straighten your teeth using a series of clear, custom, removable aligners. Each aligner moves your teeth just a little bit at a time until you eventually get straight teeth.
How does it work?

You and your doctor will evaluate your teeth and talk about any problems or goals you have for your smile. Once you and your doctor establish ClearCorrect is the right treatment option for you, your doctor will take impressions, photos, and x-rays of your teeth that ClearCorrect uses in manufacturing your custom aligners. Then your doctor writes a prescription for your custom aligners and sends it to ClearCorrect.                         
What can it do?
ClearCorrect can treat a wide variety of issues that keep people from achieving their ideal smiles. Straighter teeth don’t just look better; they work better too. Poorly-aligned teeth can interfere with bite function, wear out quicker, and are more prone to cavities. Ask your doctor how ClearCorrect can help you.             

Simpli5 - express aligner system

Don’t need a full braces but would like straighter teeth?

We also offer Simpli5; the best solution for cases involving minor to intermediate anterior crowding or spacing and for orthodontic relapse cases.