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What Are The Benefits Of Invisible Braces?

Many people require orthodontic treatment in order to have straight teeth. This is particularly common during adolescence, but even adults can require treatment to adjust the positioning of their teeth. However, traditional metal braces placed on the front of the teeth are not the only option.

By choosing invisible braces, you can have your teeth straightened with ease, while avoiding many of the problems that metal braces can cause. There are several different options available for invisible braces, but they all offer similar benefits over traditional braces.

One big advantage that invisible braces offer is suggested by their name. Unlike traditional metal braces, which are clearly visible every time you smile, invisible braces are undetectable. Your smile will seem entirely natural even as your teeth are being straightened. You do not have to worry about feeling self-conscious or embarrassed by your teeth.

Invisible braces also make it much easier to clean your teeth. When you have traditional metal braces with brackets and wires, brushing and flossing your teeth can be a lengthy ordeal. With invisible braces, it does not take any longer to clean your teeth than it normally does.

Wearing invisible braces can also be a lot more comfortable than wearing traditional ones. The wires used with traditional braces can be uncomfortable and poke the inside of your mouth. Invisible braces often do not use wires, and so they are significantly more comfortable.

Invisible braces are an excellent choice for adults, especially professionals who may not want other people to know about their need for orthodontic treatment. They can work quickly so that your teeth will be straighter within a few months.

If you have questions about invisible braces, give our office a call at (516) 348-8500 so that we can get you up to speed on this treatment option.

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