See your way through to a straighter smile


If you could get your teeth straightened without having to look all weird and nerdy teenager-ish for months, would you go ahead and get treatment?

If embarrassment is all that is holding you back from getting your teeth straightened, then come on in to Just Smile in Ramsgate NSW for clear braces. Our braces are not just subtle, they are pretty much invisible when they are in place over your teeth. We offer 2 brands of clear braces: Invisalign and Clear Correct.

We may call these devices braces because they do the same job as bracket and wire braces, but that’s about where the similarity ends. Let’s take a look at how they work:

Clear aligners

Instead of having one device cemented onto your teeth that is progressively tightened, you receive a series of aligners. These look like very thin, transparent mouth guards, but inside each one are carefully positioned pressure points that gently press on your teeth to get them to move. Once the teeth have moved (and you will know when it has happened because the aligner will feel like it fits), you discard it and put in the next one.

How long the treatment takes depends on how badly aligned your teeth are to start with, but with Invisalign, the average treatment time is one year.

The big pluses

As mentioned above, the main big plus with clear braces like these is that people can’t see them. If you are an adult with a responsible job, you can continue to work without worrying about your professional image.

The next big plus is that the aligners are removable. This means that you can continue to eat whatever you want without worrying that you will damage your straightening device. It also makes keeping your teeth clean easy.

You must wear your clear braces for at least 20 hours a day if your treatment is to stay on schedule. Teeth need sustained pressure to move.

Once your treatment is completed, you can take advantage of our free whitening offer and really celebrate your lovely new smile.

Why not book a consultation today?