Looking for Quick, Clear Braces? Realine May Be Right for You
If you are unhappy with crooked teeth, you have probably been wanting to straighten them for a long time. So what’s been keeping you? Is it the thought of having metal wires and brackets of traditional braces in your mouth? The unsightliness and discomfort is definitely a turnoff. Or maybe it’s just the amount of time you’d have to wear them for. A year or more is not uncommon.
But what if there were an option that could solve both these problems at once? Clear braces that work fast so that in as little as 10 weeks, you could have straight teeth. That’s Realine, a great new solution for straightening crooked teeth.
The Benefits of Realine
Realine is a great new approach to straightening your teeth. Clear braces are beneficial first and foremost because, yeah, they’re clear. They are a lot harder to see on your teeth, unlike the metal brackets and wires from traditional braces. In fact, most people probably won’t know you have them unless you point them out.
And there are no diet restrictions with Realine. Just take out your clear braces and eat normally, then brush and floss before putting your aligners back in. And while we’re on the subject, it’s a lot easier to clean your teeth with removable aligners than with wires and brackets stuck to your teeth that can get all manner of food caught in them.
And, of course, there’s the speed of treatment. Where traditional braces–and even most clear braces–will take about a year to straighten your teeth, Realine works much faster. You will have just five aligners to wear and can complete your straightening in just ten weeks. Less than three months to your straight smile! That makes Realine a great option for people who need their teeth straightened for an upcoming event like a wedding.
Limitations of Realine
But that doesn’t mean that Realine is the perfect solution for everyone. Realine achieves its remarkable speed by focusing primarily on small, cosmetic flaws in the alignment of your teeth. It’s a clear braces system designed to make minor adjustments in the appearance of your teeth. This means it’s good for:
- Small gaps in your teeth
- Slightly crooked teeth
- Slightly crowded teeth
More serious problems in your tooth alignment will take more time to treat and may need to be handled with traditional braces.