Are you ready for a straighter, healthier smile? The Dental Town team is proud to create beautiful smiles with Invisalign and ClearCorrect! Schedule a consultation with your trusted local Dental Town dental care team to learn more about the benefits of Invisalign and ClearCorrect!

How Much Does Orthodontics Cost?

The costs of your orthodontic treatment will depend on your unique needs and long-term goals. No matter what care you need to smile with pride, your Dental Town team offers excellent care at prices that won’t break the bank. Be sure to ask about our flexible payment options during your consultation!

What Are Clear Aligners?

For many years, metal braces were the only way to achieve a beautiful, healthy smile. Today, there’s a clear alternative to metal braces for adults and teens! We offer clear aligners to correct a variety of common teeth and jaw alignment issues, including:

  • Crowded teeth
  • Crooked teeth
  • Gaps between teeth
  • Underbite
  • Overbite
  • Open bite

Clear aligners use a series of custom-made aligner trays. The aligner trays are made to your unique specifications. Worn over your teeth for two to three weeks, aligners slowly guide your teeth into a straighter alignment. Because clear aligners are removable, you can take them out during meals and social events. You can also remove your aligners to enjoy contact sports, running, martial arts, or other physical activities. With clear aligners, you never have to sacrifice your favorite foods or active lifestyle!

At Dental Town, we offer Invisalign and ClearCorrect orthodontic treatment to adults and teens. Our team recommends Invisalign and ClearCorrect for patients with mild to moderate orthodontic issues. Be sure to schedule a consultation with our team to determine if Invisalign or ClearCorrect is right for you or your teen!

How Do I Care For My Clear Aligners?

Unlike braces, caring for your clear aligners is simple! Be sure to rinse and brush them every day. Brush twice and floss daily to keep your smile strong and bright during your orthodontic treatment.