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Clear Braces

Learn all about clear braces and why many prefer them over traditional metal braces. Here are a few of the advantages of clear braces and how they could be a great solution for misaligned teeth.

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Smile Proudly Without Wires or Brackets

Don’t let wires or brackets ruin your smile. If you want to straighten your teeth but Invisalign® isn’t right for you, DiFranco Orthodontics has another option with Damon Clear self-ligating braces!

How Are Damon Clear Braces Different?

Damon Clear Braces use a self-ligating technology. This means that the brackets hold the archwire directly, eliminating the need for rubber bands. Damon Clear Braces also use composite ceramic material for the brackets that can match the color of your teeth.  This means most people won’t even notice that you are wearing braces!

Damon clear braces offer a number of benefits over standard braces, including:

  • Ceramic brackets for discreet treatment
  • High durability with the effectiveness of metal braces
  • Improved treatment time.

At DiFranco Orthodontics, we believe in making your braces experience as comfortable and convenient as possible. With Damon Clear braces, we can help you achieve your healthiest smile with confidence.

Orthodontist Near You

Our Park Ridge Office:

401 W. Talcott Rd.
Park Ridge, IL 60068

Call Us:

(847) 318-7711

Text Us:

(847) 318-1841

Office Hours:

Monday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sunday: Closed

Schedule Your Complimentary* Smile Assessment

5-Star-Rated Park Ridge, IL Orthodontist For Braces & Invisalign® Backed By A Satisfaction Guarantee. Call Dr. DiFranco & DiFranco Orthodontics of Park Ridge, IL To Get Started Today!

 

*Our assessment is complimentary for patients age 18 and under. For patients above the age of 18, a $100 fee is required that will be applied toward treatment costs.