ClearCorrect Invisible Braces
Looking for an alternative to Invisalign in New Jersey?
ClearCorrect is the clear and simple choice. No wires. No brackets. Just clear, convenient comfort—every reason to smile.
How does it work?
With ClearCorrect, your dentist or orthodontist can straighten your teeth using a series of clear, custom, removable aligners. Each aligner moves your teeth just a little bit at a time until you eventually get straight teeth. You and your doctor will evaluate your teeth and talk about any problems or goals you have for your smile. Once you and your doctor establish ClearCorrect is the right treatment option for you, your doctor will take impressions, photos, and x-rays of your teeth that ClearCorrect uses in manufacturing your custom aligners. Then your doctor writes a prescription for your custom aligners and sends it to ClearCorrect.
What can it do?
ClearCorrect can treat a wide variety of issues that keep people from achieving their ideal smiles. Straighter teeth don’t just look better; they work better too. Poorly-aligned teeth can interfere with bite function, wear out quicker, and are more prone to cavities. Ask your doctor how ClearCorrect can help you.
ClearCorrect was founded in Houston, Texas, by Dr. Willis Pumphrey in 2006. Dr. Pumphrey is (and was) one of the top providers of clear aligner therapy in the United States. He was an early provider of Invisalign, and switched to OrthoClear when it became available. When OrthoClear stopped manufacturing aligners, Dr. Pumphrey had to find a way to finish treatment for over 400 of his patients. He partnered with a lab technician in Houston named Paul Dinh (now Chief Technical Officer of ClearCorrect) who had developed a manual technique for creating clear aligners. Thus, out of necessity, ClearCorrect was born.
Before long, other dentists heard about this new affordable, flexible alternative, and they wanted to treat their patients this way as well. Soon, Paul Dinh and Dr. Pumphrey improved the manufacturing process to use advanced 3D imaging and milling techniques. In 2009, ClearCorrect received FDA clearance and was made available to all dentists in the United States. From there, the story of ClearCorrect is one of rapid expansion—so rapid, it was difficult for the company to keep up for the first couple of years. By the end of 2011, over 10,000 providers had joined ClearCorrect.
In 2007, Dr. Pumphrey’s son, Jarrett Pumphrey, took over the day-to-day operations at ClearCorrect. Dr. Pumphrey still practices dentistry, and remains deeply involved in his role as chairman of the board. Jarrett established core values for the company, upgraded customer service and the manufacturing process, and started the Phase Out program to change people’s lives for the better.