There are many factors that effect the cost of your SureCure aligners: how much correction is required, the length of the treatment, specific requirements suggested by your Doctor. With all this in mind, typically SureCure aligners are comparable in price to traditional braces with the added comfort and convenience.
You should wear aligners as directed by your doctor; usually two weeks per, at least 20-22 hours per day. You should remove your aligners to eat and brush your teeth.
Treatment varies for every patient. It can take anywhere from a few months to a few years, depending on the complexity of the case.
SureCure aligners are completely transparent, which makes them much more discreet than metal braces. People usually don’t notice them.
No. SureCure manufactures clear aligners based on prescriptions from dentists and orthodontists. You and your doctor play the biggest role in ensuring the success of your treatment. Ask your Doctor about SureCure today!
Most patients do experience significant improvement in their smiles, but it’s impossible to guarantee the outcome of any orthodontic treatment. Your results may vary.
To prevent relapse, doctors usually prescribe a retainer after any orthodontic treatment. SureCure offers affordable, discreet SureHold clear retainers suitable for patients treated with SureCure clear aligners or traditional braces.