Clearline Aligners are a popular choice for adults wanting to straighten crooked teeth without standard braces. Comfortable and nearly invisible, they are easily removed for eating, brushing and flossing.

Clearline Aligners are a popular choice for adults wanting to straighten crooked teeth without standard braces. Comfortable and nearly invisible, they are easily removed for eating, brushing and flossing.

A simple solution for a beautiful smile

Clearline Tooth Alignment System: The simple way to correct crooked, misaligned teeth

If you’d love straighter teeth and a brighter smile, but don’t want a mouth full of braces and wires, you have another option.

From Nanaimo’s Lakeside Dental Clinic, Dr. Robert Wolanski has been providing orthodontic tooth straightening solutions for many years.

“At Lakeside Dental Clinic we strive to provide techniques that work for simple and fast results,” he explains. “For many patients, Clearline cases provide those results.”

Clearline uses removable, clear aligner trays to gradually straighten teeth.

An initial assessment is needed to determine if the patient is a candidate to have their teeth aligned using removable trays. Once treatment is started, some patients will see finished results in a period as short as six months, while others may take longer.

More complex cases require traditional brackets and wires applied to the teeth and the interventions and care of an orthodontic specialist. This would be determined during your assessment appointment.

“Our experience with Clearline means shorter appointments in the dental office and less invasive procedures,” Dr. Wolanski says. “Clearline is especially effective for adults who have lived with somewhat crooked teeth and now wish to consider a faster, more comfortable and cost-effective way to change their smile.”

How do they work?

Clearline’s series of removable, clear aligner trays must be worn 22 hours per day, then gradually over time, through gentle pressure, the aligners straighten your teeth and improve your smile.

Using new digital technology, these aligner tray systems have been improved in recent years to increase patient comfort and predictability of treatment.

As an added advantage, the Clearline tray systems also allow for home whitening trays at no extra cost.

Benefits and Advantages

Clearline Aligners are comfortable, have little effect on speech and are nearly invisible. They’re easily removed to eat your favourite foods and you can still brush and floss as normal. Have a special occasion coming up? No problem, you can remove them temporarily and still get amazing photos during treatment.

If straighter teeth would provide you with a brighter, more confident smile, call Lakeside Dental Clinic at 250-756-1300 to book a complimentary consultation to see if you are a candidate for the Clearline solution.

READ MORE: Smile! You can win the battle for healthy teeth

 

Clearline’s removable, clear aligner trays are worn 22 hours per day, and through gentle pressure, gradually straighten your teeth and improve your smile.

Clearline’s removable, clear aligner trays are worn 22 hours per day, and through gentle pressure, gradually straighten your teeth and improve your smile.

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