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Dr. Carl Futenma is happy to offer ClearCorrect Orthodontic System to his practice.

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VANCOUVER, WA, July 02, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Traditional, metal braces are still a common treatment among patients, but there are still a great number of people who don't want to wear a noticeable orthodontic device.

Malocclusion is already an esthetic issue, and some people, teenagers and adults, may feel like traditional, metal braces are highlighting the problems, even though the end result will be different.

People's perspectives of orthodontic treatment are shadowed with the thoughts of traditional devices, but modern technology is helping many patients break free from their self conscious feelings--this is all thanks to clear aligners. Many dental practices now have orthodontic systems that go beyond tradition.

Your smile is the one thing people will notice first, and the field of dentistry is trying to accommodate patients' esthetic needs by offering orthodontic treatment systems that fly under the radar, meaning less people will notice you are being treated for malocclusion.

At Creative Smiles, Dr. Futenma provides ClearCorrect , and he works with each patient to create a treatment plan that compliments the current smile.

Nowadays people are aware of what ClearCorrect is and how well it works. Dr. Futenma has incorporated this into his practice because it's a simple step to helping patients change their perspective of orthodontic work, and maybe this will be the one thing that pushes them to discuss a treatment plan.

"It's a patient's decision to go forth with orthodontic treatment, so we want them to make a choice that will benefit them the most. But we also hope it's a choice they are confident with," says Dr. Futenma. "I think ClearCorrect is changing the way people think about orthodontic treatment, and this gives way to more people understanding the negative affects of an irregular bite, crowding and gaps between teeth."

To schedule an appointment with Creative Smiles, call their Hazel Dell Vancouver, WA dentist office at (360) 574-3061. Or go to www.creativesmilesvancouver.com.

About Creative Smiles:
Dr. Carl Futenma graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. In 1994, Dr. Futenma received his dental degree from Indiana University School of Dentistry, and he accepted a general dentistry residency amongst the United States Air Force. He served for three years before officially practicing in Kauai. After spending one year in Kauai, Dr. Futenma moved to Portland Oregon in 1999 and took over for Dr. Larry Gervais.

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Creative Smiles
Dr. Carl Futenma
contactus@creativesmilesonline.com
3405 NE 78th Street
Vancouver, WA 98665
(360) 574-3061
www.creativesmilesvancouver.com

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