Orthodontics Gold Coast
Alternative Teeth Alignment Solution
ClearPath uses the original patient dentition, and actual IPR, combined with precision of movement to deliver the best results with better hygiene through clearer aligners.
- Snug fitting
- Easy to maintain oral hygiene
Can I be treated with Clearpath aligners?
ClearPath aligners have been proven to be successful for the correction of a variety of malocclusions, to discuss your individual case please visit your orthodontist or contact ClearPath at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How much does it cost?
Cost of the appliance varies depending upon severity of malocclusion, duration of treatment and the treatment plan decided by the treating Orthodontist.
What’s the usual time it takes for treatment to complete?
Since each malocclusion is different and the response to the treatment varies from patient to patient, predicting the actual treatment plan is difficult. Your Orthodontist will be in a better position to answer such queries. Normally the treatment time is comparable to the time taken by conventional braces.
Where do I get the Clearpath aligners?
How long do I have to wear the aligners?
While wearing appliance, it applies continuous correcting force to align teeth, so it’s empirical that the appliance is worn full time, except when brushing, eating or drinking hot and cold beverages.
How do I make sure teeth wouldn’t shift back after the treatment?
At the end of treatment, retainers are given to maintain the position of teeth as achieved at the end of treatment. The duration that you’re required to wear your retainer varies from patient to patient and is also dependent on the type of malocclusion thus can be better prescribed by the treating practitioner.
Information and images courtesy of Clearpath Orthodontics – www.clearpathortho.com
To Note: Any dental procedure carries risks which also may depend on your general health. This will be discussed with you prior to any dental intervention.
Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner such as your dentist or your doctor.