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...
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
Congratulations! You are on your way to a straighter smile! But remember, the better care you give your aligners, the longer they will last and the clearer they will remain. Here are some tips for taking care of your aligners. Brush and floss after every meal This...read more
Have you heard everything there is to hear about straightening your teeth? Here are five myths about straightening your teeth debunked, which show just how much of a snap it is to align your teeth with SnapCorrect. Straightening your teeth is expensive It doesn't...read more
Each aligner has minimal movement programmed into it, to gently move the teeth toward their final, desired position. Each aligner is meant to be worn for two weeks, and to be taken out when eating, or drinking anything other than room temperature water. Because it is...read more
Getting that straight smile you've always wanted couldn't be easier or more affordable. To make your smile journey as effortless as possible, read our 5 prep tips. 1- Be up to date on your dental work. Before your SnapCorrect Truly Invisible Aligners are made, you...read more
With Invisible Aligners, school has become the perfect time to straighten your teeth! Straight teeth are just as important for students as they are for working professionals. Whether you are applying for jobs, or want to be comfortable giving speeches in front of the...read more