Types of Braces

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Invisalign Clear Aligners

Invisalign clear aligners offer a discreet and comfortable alternative to traditional braces. This series of invisible acrylic trays gently straighten your teeth, providing effective orthodontic treatment. The key advantage lies in their removability, as they allow you to enjoy your favorite foods and maintain easy oral hygiene. With Invisalign, there's no need to worry about metal-induced mouth abrasions, ensuring a comfortable and convenient treatment experience.

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Modern Metal and Ceramic Braces

Experience the improved comfort of traditional metal braces, now more comfortable than ever. Crafted from high-grade stainless steel, these braces utilize metal brackets and archwires to effectively straighten your teeth. The flexibility to add colored elastics (rubber bands) offers a unique and vibrant touch to your smile.

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Advanced Self-Ligating Braces

Discover the innovation of self-ligating braces, crafted from the same materials as traditional braces but with a revolutionary approach. Unlike traditional braces, self-ligating braces eliminate the need for elastics, leading to fewer appointments and reduced friction on the teeth. Whether featuring traditional metal, ceramic, or clear brackets, self-ligating braces use a specialized clip instead of elastics. This clip aids the archwire in guiding teeth into their optimal positions, minimizing pressure on the teeth and requiring fewer adjustments, as there are no elastics to replace.

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Clear (Ceramic) Braces

Embrace the discreet charm of ceramic braces, crafted from clear materials that make them less conspicuous on your teeth compared to traditional metal braces. Ideal for older teenagers and adult patients with cosmetic concerns, ceramic braces offer a visually subtle orthodontic solution. However, it's essential to note that they demand heightened attention to oral hygiene, as ceramic braces are larger and more fragile than their metal counterparts. Typically, these braces find their application more commonly on upper front teeth than on lower teeth.

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