Crooked or misaligned teeth can be uncomfortable. Modern dentistry has however changed how things work, with the introduction of ways to straighten and discreetly restore your smile. A beautiful smile always boosts your self-esteem and confidence in front of people. Let us look into some of the procedures that are used today to straighten your teeth.
Braces are used for straightening teeth. Traditional braces were made of metallic brackets and wires that held down the misaligned teeth gently back into their positions. They had been in use for decades and they are considered to provide long-lasting solutions to misaligned teeth. They are an excellent choice for correcting bite-related problems and misalignments.
Unlike traditional braces, invisible aligners are invisible and more comfortable for a person's use. They can be removed while eating and can be worn back after eating. Say goodbye to visible metallic wires, invisible aligners are available for treatment at any age, including children, teens, and also adults. Generally, they are more comfortable as compared to traditional braces. They also offer safety for your lips and cheeks, by preventing irritation by the plastic aligners. They are smoother than traditional braces, therefore less friction and harm to the patient's lips.
For complete secrecy, these braces are the best. They are as effective as the other types of braces; however, they are attached to the back of the teeth making it hard to see or notice. However, since the braces come into contact with the victim's tongue, they might cause a lisp. This is the difficulty when pronouncing some words. These changes are just temporary and you do not have to be worried about speech impairment. They are considered more efficient in cases of moving roots. Whether you prefer a discreet or comprehensive option for your teeth, our orthodontists are ready to serve you with up-to-date solutions, eventually transforming your smile. Do not let your misaligned teeth cause you discomfort, call us today and book an appointment.
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