ClearCorrect™ Aligners in Del Mar, CA

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When you're thinking about straightening your teeth without visible metal orthodontics, ClearCorrect teeth aligners by Ron Barry, D.M.D. really are a terrific choice. With this advanced system, your bite could be radically fixed simply by using removable, clear aligners. ClearCorrect custom appliances fit comfortably and allow freedom from dietary restrictions. These aligners can also be taken out before you eat so you don't have to worry about certain foods as you would when wearing traditional braces. To find out more about ClearCorrect along with other choices, schedule an appointment with seasoned dentist Dr. Ron Barry at his practice in Del Mar, CA.

Best Candidates

You may be a good candidate for ClearCorrect if your teeth are crowded, crooked, misaligned, or if you've got a dental malocclusion (poor bite). ClearCorrect is particularly effective when you've got a serious overbite, rotated teeth, or even excess gaps in your teeth. There are lots of treatments to enhance the spacing, alignment, and bite; however, ClearCorrect has additional benefits. The clear aligners make it hard for other people to see that you're wearing orthodontics. The aligners are also removable so they may be taken out when you clean your teeth, eat, and also for special events. In contrast to Invisalign (a comparable method of removable teeth aligners), ClearCorrect is created in the U.S.A. and is normally less costly. When you visit our office to get a ClearCorrect consultation, Dr. Barry will explain all of your orthodontic choices and answer your questions to decide whether ClearCorrect is the ideal selection for your needs.

What to Expect

When you select ClearCorrect, Dr. Barry will get x-rays of your jaw and teeth and impressions that'll be utilized to create your aligners. After we get your aligners, a staff member will call you to schedule an appointment. You should expect to make appointments every few weeks. In these appointments, Dr. Barry will assess your progress and give you new aligners as your teeth move. In the event you damage or lose an aligner, simply call our office and then we could have a new aligner created so it is possible to keep going with your treatment without having to wait for your next appointment. Based upon the condition of your teeth and the total amount of correction required, your prescribed ClearCorrect treatment may take 12 – 24 months (about eight stages of therapy).


Dr. Barry will need routine appointments to monitor your progress and make adjustments as needed. It's also extremely important to keep your teeth and your aligners clean so you don't develop tooth decay. Flossing, brushing your teeth, and rinsing with mouthwash once you remove the aligners is a fantastic habit to begin with. In addition, you should clean or rinse the aligners before placing them back into your mouth. It's also advisable to keep your aligners inside their protective case while eating to avoid losing them.

As soon as your treatment is completed, you might have to wear a retainer to help keep your teeth from going back to their initial place. You must continue to make yearly dental exams at Ron Barry, D.M.D. so Dr. Barry can check up on your teeth, alignment, and total dental health.

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Dr. Barry will discuss price quotes during your consultation. He may also tell you about the various payments we accept, such as medical financing. If you have dental insurance, a team member can contact your insurer to review your benefits and determine your out-of-pocket expenses.

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ClearCorrect Aligners

Find out more information on ClearCorrect aligners and other orthodontic choices in an appointment with Dr. Barry. Having straighter teeth not only improves your smile, but it could also enhance your oral well-being and give you a more comfortable bite. Get in touch with our office in Del Mar, CA to make your ClearCorrect appointment.

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