TRADITIONAL METAL BRACES CAN SEEM BULKY, UNCOMFORTABLE, OR UNSIGHTLY TO MANY ADULTS. However, there is no need to put off straightening your teeth because you don’t want to wear traditional braces. Over 1,000,000 dental patients worldwide have successfully used clear braces to straighten their teeth in less time and greater comfort.
Clear braces consist of a series of transparent thermoplastic aligners that strategically shift your teeth into place in stages. Using the latest technology, your cosmetic dentist can calculate the optimal location for each tooth and even show you an image of the projected results before starting treatment. A beautifully aligned smile can increase your self-expression and make a positive impression on the people around you.
|Clear, plastic, removable aligners that gradually shift teeth into place
|Metal wires and brackets that stay attached to teeth until treatment completion
|Clear, virtually invisible
|Highly visible wires and brackets
|Removable for easy flossing, brushing, and teeth cleaning
|Difficult to maneuver with toothbrush or floss
|Treatment frequently finished in under a year
|Treatment often takes 18 months to a year to complete
|Smooth, custom fit aligners
|Uncomfortable brackets and wires that can poke or scratch your cheek
Compared to traditional braces, invisible braces cater to all types of lifestyles. Their transparency allows busy working professionals or public speakers to straighten their teeth without hindering appearance. Aligners may also be temporarily removed when playing a wind instrument, eating, brushing, or going to a special event. However, keep in mind that your clear braces will work faster and more effectively the more the aligners are worn. With invisible braces, you will not have to worry about mouth sores from uncomfortable wires and metal brackets. Clear braces are made of a smooth thermoplastic material that is form—fitted to your teeth for a natural feel.
Are Clear Braces Right for Me?
Clear braces can solve a range of dental and orthodontic problems, including the following:
• Overly Crowded Teeth
• Widely Spaced Teeth
• Crooked or Turned Teeth
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