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SureSmile from St Albert

What are SureSmile® Clear Aligners?

At St. Albert Dental Centre, our team of professionals works closely with patients to help them achieve a healthier smile. We are excited to offer alternatives to traditional metal braces to assist our patients who have mild to moderate misalignment of the smile. This includes treatments such as SureSmile® Clear Aligners.

 

What are SureSmile® Clear Aligners?

SureSmile® is one of many clear aligner therapies designed for repositioning teeth within the smile. Like Invisalign®, another treatment more readily known by name, SureSmile® uses plastic trays customized to the patient to gradually move the teeth into proper position within the bite and dental arch. Patients have 3D digital images created of their current smile. These are sent to the SureSmile® laboratories to create a series of trays. These trays are designed to be worn for two weeks at a time before the patient moves onto the next tray. By the end of treatment, patients will be pleased with their aligned smile (with proper compliance, of course!)

 

What are the benefits of SureSmile® Clear Aligners?

SureSmile®:

  • Uses clear plastic trays that are difficult for others to see
  • They are removable, making it simple to keep the teeth cleaned properly through treatment
  • It is self-guided, allowing patients to comply with their treatment at home and responsible for their results
  • It is comparable in cost to traditional braces, though more discreet

 

Schedule an appointment to learn more about SureSmile®

Straightening your teeth can be easy and discreet with the SureSmile® orthodontic system. If you are ready to speak to a dental professional in the Edmonton, AB area about realigning the smile with clear aligner trays, we welcome you to book an appointment at St. Albert Dental Centre in St. Albert, AB. Our office is conveniently located at #192- 375 St. Albert Trail in St. Albert Centre. We can be reached by phone at (780) 459-9162 and are open to new and returning patients in the community.

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