Invisible Braces Help Improve Confidence

July 31, 2017 by Dr Rahul Doshi

Aesthetic Dentistry, Clear Braces

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Crooked teeth are a common problem for many Britons, yet some refuse to wear braces because they feel embarrassed of the way they look, doing nothing to help the problem. However, cosmetic braces are a solution for everybody of all ages. Click here.

crooked 2Over the past few years, as orthodontic technology progresses, more advanced options to deal with the issue have been made available, such as invisible braces. These have become more affordable, making many people opt for them as a solution. Read more.

Stylish, yet effective braces

Invisible braces have one major advantage over traditional ones — they do not interfere with a patient’s social life or confidence levels, but at the same time they are just as effective at gently repositioning teeth. Discover the treatment length.

Patients are required to visit their dentist once every two months and their appointment lasts for about 15 minutes, reported.

The braces, also called aligners, need to be worn 22 hours a day and should be replaced every ten days. According to specialists, the first visible results appear in just a few months. Find out more.

In addition, the aligners can be removed when brushing teeth and when eating, or even for special occasions. This makes them easy to use and flexible in terms of wearing time.

Even suitable for teens

Invisible braces can be a very suitable option for children and teenagers. As their permanent teeth grow, they can sometimes become crooked, so it is recommended that they get fixed into position as early as possible.

The fact that the braces will not cause children to feel uncomfortable amongst their peers is also a strong plus point, specialists note. See: tips for teens with braces.

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