A Clear Correct Quiz from Your Knoxville Dentist

Many adults will avoid orthodontic work out of fear that the look of traditional braces will be embarrassing. Self-improvement efforts should garner pride, but one can see why the idea of wearing braces might lead to avoiding treatment altogether. Luckily, there is Clear Correct, a completely inconspicuous method for straightening smiles. Your…

Many adults will avoid orthodontic work out of fear that the look of traditional braces will be embarrassing. Self-improvement efforts should garner pride, but one can see why the idea of wearing braces might lead to avoiding treatment altogether. Luckily, there is Clear Correct, a completely inconspicuous method for straightening smiles. Your Knoxville dentist, Dr. Jim Erpenbach, challenges you to a quiz to see how much you know about Clear Correct, AKA invisible braces.

Q1. True or false: Clear Correct is worn around the clock, including when you eat and brush your teeth.

Q2. How often do you change Clear Correct aligners?

A. Every month

B. Every six months

C. Every three weeks

D. Never. The same aligners are worn for the entire treatment.

Q3. True or false: Clear Correct patients visit their dentist every four to six weeks.

Q4. Who is the ideal candidate for Clear Correct?

A. A patient with crooked teeth

B. A patient with gaps in teeth

C. A patient with a misaligned bite

D. All of the above

Clear Correct Quiz Answers

A1. False – Clear Correct aligners can be taken out when you eat and brush your teeth.

A2. C – After the dentist uses 3-D computer imaging technology to create a personalized treatment plan, skilled technicians will be sent the information, so that they can manufacture the series of aligners that will straighten your smile. You will change to the next set in the series approximately every three weeks

A3. True – Your dentist will want to check your progress every four to six weeks to ensure that the aligners are doing their job.

A4. D – Clear Correct can help people with a number of orthodontic needs to attain a uniform smile. In addition to gaps, crooked and overcrowded teeth, and misaligned bites, Clear Correct can make it easier for you to defend your teeth against plaque buildup. Overlapping teeth are difficult to clean, and can be a breeding ground for the bacteria that lead to tooth decay.

Clear Correct in Knoxville

Is Clear Correct the right choice to straighten your smile? For a consultation contact your Knoxville dental office at 865-240-2035. Dr. Erpenbach proudly serves patients in West Knoxville, the Bearden area, the 37919 zip code, and surrounding neighborhoods.

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