Dental braces have been used for years by dentists and orthodontists around the world to help people realign and straighten their teeth. Although many people get braces when they are teenagers, they are still a viable option for adults today. There are many choices for people looking to get braces in Worcester that will fit a number of different lifestyles and needs.
Invisalign® Clear Aligners
Invisalign® is a clear and discreet alternative to metal braces. A digital 3-D scan allows for a clear tray specialised to your teeth to be created, and over a period of one to two years, a series of progressively more straightening Invisalign® trays are worn to create a straighter, more aligned smile.
These hidden braces, also called lingual braces, are hidden behind your teeth and are invisible to people looking at your face and mouth. Most patients who can be treated with conventional dental braces can also be treated with these lingual braces. The robotically bent wires and custom brackets can help increase comfort.
Clarity™ Brackets Braces
These braces have translucent brackets, meaning they’re another discreet option for adults as well as teens. Unlike aligners such as Invisalign®, these braces do not have to be removed when eating and drinking, which allows for more convenience. The rounded corners of the braces also minimise any rubbing and irritation.
Adult Metal Braces
These steel brackets are a more cost-effective option for people looking to straighten their teeth in a shorter period of time than an aligner like Invisalign® would take. Even though they might not be as discreet as clear aligners or lingual braces, these braces will work quickly to straighten and realign your teeth.
If you’re wondering which form of braces in Worcester is right for you, book your free consultation today at Orthodontics For You to find the ideal braces for your lifestyle and needs. We are happy to welcome the patients of Worcester and nearby areas.
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