Today, how you look is more a matter of choice than genes and it is no different when considering your choice of smile.

We all want healthy teeth and gums, fresh breath, and the confidence to eat anything we choose. However, we also want to smile freely with the assurance that our smile does what it is meant to do: to present and represent us; an attractive and welcoming feature.

DamonClear

Virtually invisible, Damon Clear has clear advantages over traditional braces and aligners. It is part of the innovative Damon System, which combines tieless braces with high technology archwires that are clinically proven to move teeth fast and comfortably with truly spectacular results.

CAN YOU TELL WHO’S WEARING DAMON CLEAR AND WHO ISN’T?

With Damon Clear, people may not even realize you’re wearing braces.

They are discrete and resistant to staining and discoloration all throughout treatment.

FAST TREATMENT

While treatment time can vary, clinical studies demonstrate that Damon System treatment is up to six months faster than traditional braces.

And while invisible aligners can be effective at straightening some crooked teeth, not everyone is a candidate. In contrast, Damon Clear works 24 hours a day, seven days a week to perfectly align ALL teeth for a phenomenal smile that enhances your entire facial appearance.

Another benefit: No need to worry about lost, misplaced or forgotten clear aligners, so you get in and out of treatment quickly.

A GREAT SMILE FOR A LIFETIME

Deciding what type of treatment you want can be a difficult decision. Traditional braces, invisible aligners, or Damon Clear? When making your decision, be sure to look at the big picture. Don’t focus solely on what you will experience during your time in treatment. Focus on what you will look like for the rest of your life. With Damon Clear, you’ll benefit from fast, comfortable braces that are virtually invisible during treatment. And after treatment, you’ll have a spectacular smile that goes beyond just straight teeth.

Following the end of treatment, teeth often have a tendency to return to their original positions, which is called a relapse.  Because of this, it is a necessary to wear some type of removable retention device at night, as well as a fixed retainer, following treatment.