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What are the risks of getting ClearCorrect braces?

There are general risks involved with any orthodontic care, especially for people with gum disease. This is because the bones supporting their teeth could be frail and this could lead to tooth loss. Some orthodontists do not use aligners such as ClearCorrect because of a belief that they do not work as well as traditional braces, especially on severely crooked teeth or misaligned bites. It's best to check with your dentist about any specific risks that are related to using ClearCorrect braces to fix your teeth.

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