ClearCorrect Clear Aligners – Jersey City, NJ

Straighten Your Smile Discreetly

Smiling woman holding Clearcorrect clear aligner tray

It’s hard to maintain a professional appearance when you’re wearing metal braces. But what other options do you have for straightening your smile? Here at AV Dental Associates of Jersey City, we’re happy to offer ClearCorrect as an alternative to traditional orthodontics. You can fix your crowded or crooked teeth with comfortable clear aligners that are much more image friendly than brackets and wires! Call today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Arash Vahid to discuss options for aligning your smile with ClearCorrect clear aligners in Jersey City, NJ.

Why Choose AV Dental Associates of Jersey City for ClearCorrect Clear Aligners?

  • Custom-Made, Convenient Clear Aligners
  • Extremely Knowledgeable Dentist
  • Fun, Relaxed Dental Environment

Benefits of ClearCorrect Aligners

Woman holding up a clear correct aligner tray
  • Discreet: The clear plastic aligners will be virtually undetectable when worn; many people may not even realize that you have them.
  • Removable: You can take ClearCorrect aligners off so that you can eat whatever you want and brush your teeth normally.
  • Convenient: ClearCorrect doesn’t require as many appointments as braces do. You just need to come in every four to six weeks so that we can check your progress.
  • Improved Hygiene: Because the aligners don’t get in the way of brushing and flossing, it’s much easier to keep your smile clean during your treatment.

ClearCorrect Aligners vs Invisalign Clear Aligners

Person holding to clear correct aligner trays up to create a heart shape

ClearCorrect and Invisalign both use a series of clear aligners to slowly straighten the teeth and correct any bite problems. So which one is the right choice for improving your smile? While both treatments work similarly, ClearCorrect tends to cost less, meaning it is often the better option for patients who are on a budget. Furthermore, ClearCorrect aligners tend to be slightly thinner than Invisalign, making them more comfortable and less noticeable.