What is SureCure?
SureCure is an orthodontic procedure designed to straighten teeth using a series of transparent plastic trays or aligners, rather than traditional braces. Many adults and teenagers who want to straighten their teeth without the use of traditional metal-and-wire braces look to SureCure as an alternative. Users can remove their SureCure trays when they eat, brush their teeth, and floss their teeth. However, they are most effective when they are worn for 20 to 22 hours each day.
SureCure aligners should be easy to apply, comfortable to wear, and almost imperceptible to others when worn. Clear aligners from SureCure can be used to close gaps between your teeth, reduce crowding, and realign your teeth.
SureCure may also help with issues concerning overbites & underbites, and even open bites (when the upper and lower teeth don't meet, which can cause trouble when chewing).
How does SureCure Work?
Think of your SureCure aligners as a traditional teeth whitening tray and you'll be on your way to knowing what your aligners will look like.
Starting with a dental imprint of your mouth, SureCure lab technicians will produce a series of custom aligners that are specifically designed for you in order to encourage your teeth to move into their new positions.
It is expected that you will change aligners about once every two weeks until the desired outcome is reached.
SureCure aligners apply pressure to misaligned teeth, gradually pushing them into proper alignment over time. Over the course of three to eighteen months (on average), users usually wear their aligners for 20 to 22 hours each day.
Although attachments are not required for all SureCure patients (small handle-like attachments to the teeth that help the aligners exert proper force on problem areas), an orthodontist may determine that they are necessary in some cases.
Why SureCure Works
SureCure works primarily because your aligners will apply gentle pressure and force to your teeth as they move into their proper positions over time. Instead of straightening all of your teeth at once, each phase of your SureCure treatment focuses on only a few at a time.
By switching out your aligners every two weeks, it is possible that each of your teeth receives the appropriate amount of pressure for the exact period of time.
With gentle movement and guidance, your teeth should move into their new positions and leave you with a straighter smile as a result of the process.