The quickest and most efficient appliance for achieving excellent results. Traditional metal braces are the most common type of braces and are smaller and more comfortable today than ever before.
The braces are made of high-grade stainless steel, metal braces straighten your teeth using metal brackets and wires. The metal braces show off the over 40 braces colors you can change each appointment.
Gold braces can provide a cosmetically pleasing alternative to metal braces. Many people feel that the look of gold braces is more cosmetically pleasing than traditional metal braces. Some feel that its appearance is warmer and therefore allows their braces to blend in better with their skin tones and jewelry.
Some people like the idea of gold braces because they are attracted to the appearance of the metal itself. They feel that the luster of gold makes their braces standout in the sense that they look unique or distinctive, possibly somewhat reminiscent of fine quality jewelry.
Ceramic Braces are braces that are the same size and shape as metal braces but are tooth colored to blend in with the teeth. They are a lot less noticeable than metal braces and move teeth quicker and more effectively than invisible aligners. Ceramic braces can be a great alternative to metal braces or clear aligners.
> They’re less visible than metal braces.
> They move teeth more precisely than clear aligners
> Clear aligners, like Invisalign and Smile Direct, require more work because you have to constantly remove them, brush your teeth and replace them every time you eat or drink anything but water.
> Clear aligners don’t always work for severe bite problems.
Invisalign is the virtually invisible way to straighten your teeth without braces, using a series of clear, removable aligners to straighten your teeth without metal wires or brackets.
When your braces come off, you start a new phase of your orthodontic treatment… retention. The retention phase of your treatment is just as important as the braces phase because without retention, your teeth will move.
A dental retainer is a custom-made orthodontic appliance used to keep teeth in place after dental braces are removed. Once your braces come off, your teeth need to settle into the jawbone and gum tissue that hold them in place. Made of plastic, wires or acrylic, retainers keep your teeth from shifting and wasting thousands of dollars worth of orthodontic work! Teeth can also shift over time on their own, making wearing a retainer even more important.
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