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Invisible Braces

Invisible Braces


Invisible Braces also very simple to remove. This will be helpful in some situation, such as when you are going to eat. You can purely put off your Invisible braces when you are eating to avoid staining of your braces. After you have finished eating and cleaning your mouth, you can easily put on your braces again making the overall care much easier than traditional braces.


With all those advantages, Invisible braces are appropriate for all ages, especially teens that require getting a perfect teeth composition with minimal care and a dentist visit. Invisible braces for adult are also available and great for you who need a better teeth composition in your work and business.

Straight teeth and a revitalized smile may no longer need to come from a mouth full of unpleasant wire and bracket braces. Enhancing self-esteem and physical confidence, invisible braces offer an esthetic and barely visible alternative to conventional wire/bracket braces.

While invisible braces may not be appropriate for certain misalignment cases or the compound bite problems that are better addressed by traditional orthodontics, invisible braces can be used to treat the following conditions:

  • Overbite or over jet
  • Crowded or widely spaced teeth
  • Crooked teeth


Popular types of invisible braces contain ceramic brackets, inside braces and clear aligners. Ceramic braces are just like metal braces; apart from that they use tooth-colored brackets (and sometimes tooth-colored wires) rather than metal to straighten teeth. Usually non-staining, the tooth-colored ceramic “blends” with your teeth, making them less noticeable than metal, but not as “invisible” as inside braces or clear aligners. Inside braces — also called inside invisible braces, lingual braces or “braces” — and clear aligners go one step extra, making treatment virtually invisible. Each alternative has its advantages and disadvantages.

“Ceramic, or “clear,” braces are complete of composite materials that are weaker and more brittle than their metal counterpart. Ceramic brackets are larger than metal brackets and need small rubber bands, or ligatures, (or built in spring clips on “self legating” brackets) to hold them to the arch wire. Because the ligatures are white or clear, they can stain. However, staining is not a big difficulty because ligatures are changed every time you get an adjustment (generally monthly). The “self legating” clips do not require retying with wires or elastics. Also like metal braces, ceramic brackets are not removable until treatment is complete, can create irritation and discomfort, and may complicate regular tooth care, eating and speaking.

FAQ About Dental Treatments

Many people do not see a dentist on a habitual basis. They only go when they have a difficulty. This is called “crisis treatment” versus “preventive treatment.”. This is because so many dental troubles do not have symptoms until they reach the higher stages of the disease process.

Tooth decay often does not harm until it gets close to the nerve of the tooth. It is not unusual to see a patient with a huge cavity who has never felt a thing. The dentist can generally detect a cavity 3-4 years before it develops any sign. This early detection can help you prevent root canal treatment.

Make it fun! If you are excited about brushing your teeth, your children will also be enthusiastic. Children want to do the things their parents do. If your children observe you brushing your teeth and show good dental habits, they will follow.

Much illness of the teeth and surrounding tissues cannot be seen when the dentist examines the mouth. An X-ray examination may reveal:

  • little areas of decay between the teeth or below existing restorations (fillings)
  • infections in the bone
  • periodontal (gum) disease
  • abscesses or cysts
  • developmental abnormalities
  • some types of tumors

A mouth guard can stop damage to your face and teeth. Most people benefit from wearing a mouth guard when playing any sport. You should wear one whether you are playing professionally or just on weekends. Do what you can to preserve your smile and your health. The best mouth guards are custom-fitted by your dentist. This is especially important if you wear braces or fixed bridgework.




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