What Are Clear Aligners?
Clear aligners are a great option for anyone who is experiencing misaligned teeth or has undergone tooth extraction. This type of dental appliance is predominantly made from a transparent plastic which is custom made to fit your teeth perfectly. The device can be worn daily and will gradually move teeth.
What Are Braces?
Traditional braces are a common solution for misaligned teeth. They are usually made from an acrylic material & have a metal wire fitted inside the brackets. The metal wire runs between the brackets to hold them against your teeth or gums.
Beam Clear Aligners Vs Traditional Braces
There are multiple benefits of Beam clear aligners vs traditional braces which means that for most treatment situations Beam clear aligners would be the preferred treatment option. Below is a list of just a few of the benefits of Beam clear aligners vs traditional braces:
Comfort: Beam Clear Aligners Vs Traditional Braces
Beam clear aligners allow you to straighten your teeth safely at home without the pain of traditional braces. No more inconvenient dental appointments and painful metal wires in your mouth for years.
In addition, not only are clear aligners more inconspicuous than traditional braces but they can also be removed at any time – meaning you can eat or drink without having to worry about food getting caught up in the wires.
Pricing: Beam Clear Aligners Vs Traditional Braces
Traditional braces are expensive and this is why you may think you cannot afford these revolutionary new teeth straightening treatments.
This is good news indeed! Traditional braces cost a whopping $8,000+, but Beam clear aligners are only $2,149 (for a limited time). This means that you’ll save 70% compared to traditional braces.
Treatment Time: Beam Clear Aligners Vs Traditional Braces
The treatment time for Beam clear aligners is much shorter compared to traditional braces, at 4-6 months on average, as opposed to 2 years.
In What Situation Would Traditional Braces Be A Better Alternative?
Clear aligners are generally the preferred option for cases of mild and moderate dental problems. We would recommend that you wear traditional braces in more complex situations. For example, if you need to rotate your teeth as part of your dental issues. The best way to find out if clear aligners are a suitable treatment option for you is to take the Beam Am I A Candidate quiz today.