Orthodontics – Marion, OH
You Don’t Need Metal to Straighten Teeth
If you have crooked teeth as an adult and the thought of using metal orthodontics to straighten them makes you cringe, keep in mind that you don’t have to settle. Dr. Leon offers two options for orthodontics in Marion, OH at Cross Creek Dental Care, and neither make use of metal brackets and wires to get it done. Invisalign and ClearCorrect work to improve the appearance of your smile as well as its function, all without having to sacrifice the esthetics of your smile in the process. If you need to see it to believe it, don’t wait to give our dental office a call and learn which option is best for you!
Why Choose Cross Creek Dental Care for Orthodontics?
- Multiple Options to Straighten Teeth Without Metal Components
- Experienced, Friendly and Accommodating Staff
- Treatments Tailored to Your Precise Needs and Comfort
Your friends and family won’t be able to tell that you’re undergoing treatment when you choose ClearCorrect to straighten teeth. When placed over teeth, the series of clear aligners is virtually invisible to the naked eye. Each of these aligners applies a small amount of pressure to your problematic teeth, shifting them into a straighter position. Not only will you be able to smile with confidence, but you’ll also be able to practice daily brushing and flossing with ease and eat the foods you want without worry. When you’ve finished eating or practicing oral care, simply continue wearing the aligners.
Invisalign is an older system that works in the same way as ClearCorrect. It also makes it easy to straighten teeth and realign your bite without the use of metal hardware traditionally used for orthodontics. However, both Invisalign and ClearCorrect have minor differences that make each system better for specific orthodontic issues. When you come in for a consultation, we’ll determine which system will work best for you. Regardless of the system you choose, you should expect treatment time to be between 12 and 18 months, which is still much shorter than the two or three years that’s needed for results with metal braces.