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Clear Smile Correction In 2024

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Do you want to make a major change in your smile this year? If so, then we can help with cosmetic dentistry. Along with our teeth whitening or porcelain veneer treatments, our team can help address misalignment too! In today’s blog, your Fort Bliss, TX, dentist talks about clear aligners.

Taking On Your Misalignment

Your misalignment could be due to issues with the growth of your smile or the eruption of your teeth, or due to premature tooth loss in childhood or the loss of tether in adulthood. Regardless of the cause, your crooked, crowded, or overlapping teeth could make brushing and flossing difficult, and leave your smile vulnerable to tooth decay and gum disease. The pressure on your jaw joints could mean TMJ disorder and bruxism (teeth grinding), and you could feel uncomfortable with the appearance of your teeth too. But with orthodontic treatment, we can correct your misalignment, and our aligners, we can do so with practically invisible braces.

Creating Custom Orthodontics

With the clear aligner system, we don’t need metal brackets and wires to correct your alignment concerns. Instead, our team could offer treatment with a clear and comfortable alternative. To begin, we will take detailed digital images of your smile from multiple angles and then combine them to create a 3D model of your smile. We use this to design and craft your clear aligners in a lab setting. Each set is custom-made for your smile and crafted from a BPA-free plastic material that is comfortable, clear in appearance, and that fits comfortably too.

The Clear Aligner Process

You will wear a set for about 20 to 22 hours a day, over the course of about two weeks. You then begin wearing the next set in the series for the same amount of time. Each set gradually and gently repositions your teeth, with optimal results possible in as little as one year for some patients. The aligners are easy to clean, store, and wear, and they can travel easily too. They also prevent gum and cheek irritation, and you require fewer office visits too. If you have any questions about how we correct misalignment, or if you’re ready to seek treatment with our team, then contact our office today to learn more. We want to help you smile with confidence and enjoy better oral health too, and now is a great time to make some big changes in your smile. Let’s straighten your uneven teeth in 2024!


We have a clear option for smile correction in 2024. To learn more about how we correct your alignment issues with custom orthodontics, give us a call at Fort Bliss Family Dentistry in Fort Bliss, TX at (915)895-3678!