Are you looking to straighten your smile subtly? Well…
Introducing Fixed Braces That No One Can See
You may have heard about invisible aligners, but now, dentists are able to offer all the benefits of fixed braces with the added bonus of complete discretion. With lingual braces, patients are able to go through the treatment process completely incognito.
There are various orthodontic treatments available from specialist dentists.
What are lingual braces?
Lingual braces are fixed braces, which are secured to the back of the teeth; they work in a similar way to traditional fixed braces and they look virtually the same, but they cannot be seen when you smile. Lingual braces can be applied to the top and bottom teeth and they are suitable for patients of all ages. More information.
Many patients who are thinking about having orthodontic treatment are put off by the visible impact of wearing braces; this may apply to teenagers who are conscious about looking a certain way in front of their peers and adults who want to feel confident in social situations and maintain a professional image at work.
With lingual braces, treatment has no effect on your image at all and affords you the confidence to carry on with life as normal. Click here.
Incognito is one of the world’s leading lingual brace systems. This advanced treatment uses custom-made individual brackets and the latest technology to move teeth quickly and comfortably and it is suitable for any patient who is a good candidate for fixed brace treatment. Are they right for you?
Incognito braces are made from high quality materials, including gold, and they are suitable for patients with nickel allergies. The highly customised nature of treatment and the small, light brackets increase comfort.
Treatment times for Incognito vary significantly because this treatment can be used for moderate and complex cases; typically, treatment takes between 6 and 24 months. Your dentist will be able to give you a good idea of your anticipated treatment completion date when you have your initial consultation and they have had a good look at your teeth and your bite.