Month: March 2021

How SureSmile Aligners Offer Shorter Treatment Periods

The outcome of your orthodontic treatment can be something you are understandably excited for. After all, treatment to fix malocclusion can make your smile more symmetrical and more attractive, which can lead to a welcome confidence boost. One reason to choose SureSmile Clear Aligners for your treatment is so that you can permanently move teeth… Read more »

Why We Use Digital Images To Plan SureSmile Treatment

To effectively move your teeth and resolve problems with malocclusion, your SureSmile Clear Aligners need to be designed for your individual smile. This requires careful measurements and a thorough study of your teeth and bite structure. At our Prairie Village, KS dentist’s office, we capture this important information with digital technology that makes planning your… Read more »

How SureSmile Aligners Provide Discreet Orthodontic Work

Is there a way to fix the gaps and overlaps between your teeth that make you self-conscious without wearing metal braces for an extended period of time? For adults who are concerned about their appearance in social and professional settings, it can be difficult to commit to wearing metal braces. However, they can still express… Read more »

Wearing Your SureSmile Aligners On A Daily Basis

Is it going to be difficult to keep orthodontic aligners on your teeth throughout each day? The idea of straightening your smile can appeal to you, but it can feel intimidating if you imagine that aligners will be difficult to wear or keep up with on a daily basis. What you should know is that… Read more »

Questions You Might Have About SureSmile Clear Aligners

When you start to look into your options for orthodontic treatment, you can be eager to find alternatives to traditional metal braces. These appliances help correct frustrating problems with alignment and spacing, but they must be permanently set in place for the entire treatment. They can attract unwanted attention, and you can feel unsure about… Read more »