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Seattle, WA General Dentist Dr. Trevor Tsuchikawa Introduces ClearCorrect for Invisible, Comfortable Smile Transformations
Date:7/25/2013

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 25, 2013

Dr. Trevor Tsuchikawa, a Seattle, WA cosmetic dentist, recently introduced ClearCorrect to his patients at Dr. Trevor Family Dentistry as a better alternative for traditional braces. With ClearCorrect, patients desiring straighter teeth do not have to deal with wires or brackets, but rather receive clear, nearly invisible and removable aligners that gradually shift teeth over time.

ClearCorrect, while more aesthetically pleasing during the straightening process, is also much more comfortable and convenient for orthodontic patients. They do not cause cuts or irritation in the mouth, and can also be removed while eating, brushing, or for special occasions. Additionally, there are no restrictions as to what foods can be eaten with ClearCorrect, unlike traditional braces.

“ClearCorrect has really transformed the stigma that traditional braces often have, and now patients don’t have to worry about looking worse before their teeth can look better,” said Dr. Trevor. “With this new product, we’re able to provide our patients with greater confidence and self-image even before their teeth reach that perfect alignment.”

Patients receiving ClearCorrect treatment are first fitted for their aligners using 3D imaging. Approximately every three weeks, patients wear new aligners that apply gentle pressure to the teeth the need to be moved. Most patients complete treatment within 6-18 months, but most begin to see results right away.

Beyond providing a better appearance, straight alignment is also essential for optimal oral health. Teeth that are properly aligned wear in the correct places over time, preserving the necessary tooth structure and preventing buildup of decay and bacteria in unnecessary places.


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