Grinding of the teeth, or bruxism, can develop at any age, and typically happens at night while sleeping. If you're grinding your teeth while sleeping, you may not even know about it! How do you know if you may be grinding your teeth? Symptoms of bruxism include...
Grinding of the teeth, or bruxism, can develop at any age, and typically happens at night while sleeping. If you're grinding your teeth while sleeping, you may not even know about it! How do you know if you may be grinding your teeth? Symptoms of bruxism include...read more
December 31st is quickly approaching! Are you wondering what to do with your unused FSA dollars? Remember, with FSA accounts, unlike other medical expense accounts, your funds must be used before the end of the year. What better use for your FSA dollars than your new...read more
Where do you keep your SnapCorrect Truly Invisible Aligners when you take them out to eat? Do you have a safe place to store the remaining aligners that you have not worn yet? Here are some tips for keeping your aligners out of harm's way so that you can keep...read more
Whether you have paid for your aligners in full using your credit card, FSA or other card, or you've taken advantage of our easy and convenient financing process through our partner Affirm, your aligners are all sent to you in one shipment, including your...read more
How do you know if the impression trays you received are the right size for your teeth? The standard size we send with your SnapCorrect Impression Kit is #2 (large) for the upper teeth, and #4 (medium) for the lower teeth. This is the correct size for most people to...read more
Congratulations on your new smile! Don't forget, there is one more step to follow for the best retention of your new smile: your aftercare retainer. This is a very important part of your aligner treatment, because if a retainer has not been worn long enough, your...read more
Why the process takes time 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, or maybe even 20 months! Yes, depending on the complexity of your case, how much your teeth need to shift, how much space there is in your mouth, and other factors, your aligner treatment may take a very short...read more