Our Thinnest, Most Durable, Most Comfortable, and Least Noticeable Retainers
IF YOU'RE ORDERING FOR 2 OR MORE PEOPLE, EACH ORDER MUST BE PLACED SEPARATELY
- Customers save $200+ on average by going with ClearRetain vs. a dental office
- HSA/FSA eligible
- The most comfortable, most durable, most stain-resistant, and least noticeable when wearing
- BPA and phthalate-free
- Thickness - .76mm (24% thinner than standard retainers)
- Friendly and helpful customer service
- 120-Day Guarantee. If you don't love it, we'll remake it for free or provide a refund
- REORDER using your File Your Smile order number to save additional time & money!
Need help? Don't hesitate to call us at 801.610.1358
3 sets of impression putty*
3 upper and 3 lower impression trays (small, medium, and large)
1 shipping box for returning your impressions
1 prepaid return shipping label (attached to the return box)
1 customer order information sheet
1 Retainer case along with teeth impressions sent back to you once complete
*Extra putty STRONGLY RECOMMENDED - Click here to add more
Some of our customers end up needing extra putty because they mess up the first time. Call it a practice run. We’re not trying to make money off the putty. It’s just much more affordable for you to order more now (with your retainer), rather than later! If you don’t use it, return it and we’ll refund your money.
Looks so good on the outside and will make you feel good on the inside.
The average retainer cost in the U.S.A. from a dentist or orthodontist is $300. By going with ClearRetain you'll save time and money by taking a simple impression of your teeth at your convenience. We then create the retainer for you at a fraction of the cost. If you are not happy with your retainer within the first two months, we'll either remake it for free or provide a full refund.
In addition, we use the latest techniques in positive pressure vacuum forming to create a perfect-fitting retainer. If your doctor or a competitor is using generic technology to make your retainer, don’t accept them. They simply will not fit as well as they should.
Our retainers are designed to hold your teeth in place and prevent them from shifting. Their purpose is not to close gaps in your teeth or straighten them, as aligners would. If you have lost or broken your original retainer and your teeth have shifted, it is recommended to return to your orthodontist or dentist for assistance.