GURNEE, ILLINOIS – Dr. Richard Port and Dr. Gary Klein help patients improve their appearance, self-esteem and oral health with the latest orthodontic treatment options, including Clarity Ceramic Braces.
“We believe that patients of all ages deserve a beautiful, healthy smile,” says Dr. Port, who has been a Gurnee braces provider since 1986.
Clarity braces are one alternative to traditional metal braces. The small, smooth, stain-resistant brackets are made of a translucent, composite material designed to blend in with the teeth. More than a million patients have been treated with Clarity braces worldwide, according to 3M Unitek, the makers of Clarity braces.
“Patients wearing Clarity braces tell us that the clear appearance and comfortable design gives them the confidence they need to smile throughout treatment,” says Dr. Klein, an adult and children’s orthodontics expert.
There are two types of brackets: regular brackets with ligatures and self-ligating brackets that do not require ligatures. Self-ligating brackets employ a slide apparatus which permits the archwire to be adjusted freely and allow teeth to shift into position faster with fewer wire check appointments. Patients report little to no discomfort during this method of orthodontic treatment.
“Clarity is perfect for patients who want a discrete option for orthodontics or for patients who aren’t good candidates for Invisalign or Invisalign Teen,” says Dr. Port. “Also, they are constantly in position, aligning your teeth all day, every day to create your beautiful, healthy smile of a lifetime.”
A complimentary consultation with the Invisalign Vernon Hills providers, Dr. Port or Dr. Klein, can help potential patients determine if Clarity braces are the best treatment choice for their circumstances and orthodontic problem.
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