Orthodontics treatment is concerned with the alignment of teeth. During orthodontic treatment, fixed braces can be worn to gradually move crooked or overcrowded teeth into alignment. Orthodontic treatment is no longer just for kids, with advances in discreet, clear braces becoming a popular option for adults.
Braces you most commonly see people wearing. Small metal attachments or brackets are bonded to the front of the teeth and are joined together with fine metal wires (sometimes known as "train-tracks"). These braces are the most sophisticated available and may be the only way that a severe problem can be corrected by the orthodontist.
Ceramic Braces:- Fixed brace which is bonded to the front of the teeth. Instead of the traditional metal attachments, the brackets are made of a tooth-coloured or clear ceramic material. These braces are not quite as strong as metal ones and are not suitable for every type of correction. Ceramic braces are less visible and slightly more expensive than metal braces with longer treatment times.
Lingual Braces:- Lingual braces are worn behind the teeth, on the inside and may be stuck to the teeth in the traditional way. They have the advantage of being nearly invisible but can be difficult to wear. These braces may be appropriate for use in only some types of orthodontic corrections.
Almost invisible way to straighten your teeth with clear removable, comfortable aligners. Invisalign involves a series of computer generated, clear aligners that are custom-made for you. By changing aligners every two to three weeks, your teeth gradually move into correct alignment. You can easily remove the aligners throughout your treatment to allow you to brush your teeth and eat as normal. After a comprehensive examination, your orthodontist will assess your need and can help choose the right teeth straightening options for you.book your appointment now
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