Do You Have Questions About Our Clear Braces?


Have you ever heard of Realine clear braces? With Invisalign, patients can obtain an even smile without being forced to wear metal brackets and wires. We often have patients come to us with questions about the Realine process. Today, we’re looking a few frequently asked questions about Realine in Southlake, TX.

Common Realine Questions

Question: How does misalignment impact my dental health?

Answer: When you develop an uneven smile, a number of convenient hiding places for stray food articles and oral bacteria become available. When bacteria break down these particles, the teeth are coated in a sticky byproduct known as plaque. Soon, you may experience an increased risk of tooth decay and gum disease.

Question: How does Realine work?

Answer: Instead of metal brackets and wires, your Southlake TX dentist will provide a series of clear plastic aligners. Patients wear the aligners every day and they gradually and gently reposition the teeth. With Realine, patients don’t need to alter their diets and can enjoy practically invisible smile correction.

Question: Who qualifies for Realine?

Answer: Realine helps both teens and adults with minor misalignment issue. To see if Realine will properly address your alignment issues, your Southlake TX dentist will conduct a thorough examination of your smile.

Question: How long do I have to wear the aligners?

Answer: Your Southlake TX dentist recommends wearing the aligners every day for between 20 and 22 hours. Adults will continue to wear the aligners daily for about a year. Teens may require up to 18 months for proper smile correction. If you have any questions or concerns about our orthodontic treatment, including Realine, then contact Dr. Gregory Wright, Dr. Victoria Heron, and our dedicated dental team today.

We’ll give you something to smile about. To learn more about teeth whitening in Southlake, TX, or to schedule an appointment with Dr. Gregory Wright or Dr. Victoria Heron, contact us at (817) 481-7999. Dr. Wright, a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry, welcomes patients living in Southlake, Keller, Trophy Club, Colleyville, Westlake, and the surrounding areas.