A Look into How Candid Pro Clear Aligners Separate Themselves from Traditional Orthodontics
When you seek orthodontic treatment for straighter teeth and a constant smile, you should be aware that you can choose traditional orthodontics or clear aligners, such as Candid Pro Clear Aligners offered by Dr. Scott Siemen at Paxton Dental Care in Worcester, Massachusetts. Traditional orthodontics and clear aligner therapy both have their benefits, but if you are seeking an option that is convenient, comfortable, and discreet for mild to moderate orthodontic issues, you should be interested in learning more about clear aligners and how they differ from traditional braces.
Traditional braces require wires, brackets, and rubber bands that can poke and rub your mouth uncomfortably. When you first get your braces, each time they have to be tightened, you will likely experience some discomfort. With clear aligners (such as what is offered by Candid Pro), you will experience a treatment that is generally quite comfortable while not without some mild discomforts. There are no metal brackets or wires. Your clear aligners will be manufactured from comfortable dental-grade plastic. In addition, as you progress through your series of aligners, you should experience only slight discomfort as your teeth adjust.
One significant difference between clear aligners and traditional braces is visibility. There is no hiding a mouth full of metal braces. Even as braces have become more discrete in recent years, they are still highly visible and impossible to hide. On the other hand, clear aligners are just about invisible to the naked eye. Once you slide in your clear aligners, nobody has to know you are undergoing treatment to correct your bite unless you find it necessary to tell them.
Traditional braces are anything but convenient. Not only will you be required to see your orthodontist regularly, but the treatment lasts years. Thanks to the CandidMonitoring system offered by Candid Pro, the progress of your treatment can be monitored from your home. You only need to visit your dentist for an initial visit.