Benefits of Clear Braces

Clear braces are a popular option for those who may be self-conscious of their smile. For teens and young adults, you may hear jokes from friends regarding your braces. For adults, wearing braces can lower your confidence at the office or while out with friends.

Clear braces not only help you achieve a great smile, but they also do a great job at hiding the fact that you have them on!

How do braces work?

Braces guide your teeth into the correct position while realigning your jaws. Braces come in a wide range of material, from ceramic to clear brackets. These brackets will sit on problem teeth and move them into the correct position with the help of wires.

Your orthodontist will inspect and adjust your braces frequently to ensure a flawless smile.

What are clear braces?

Although the idea of getting braces may not be pleasant, having the option of having clear braces can reduce some anxiety. The main difference between traditional and clear braces is material of the brackets themselves. Traditional braces have brackets made of metal and are the typical braces one thinks of when hearing the word. While you can choose some colors with these braces, they will still be quite apparent. With clear braces, the brackets are made of ceramic and are almost invisible. The ceramic can match your tooth color and blend seamlessly with your smile. In some instances, the orthodontist can even use wire that is tooth-colored so that they are nearly invisible from afar. 

Benefits of clear braces

As mentioned above, perhaps the biggest benefit of clear braces is the fact that they are almost invisible. Gone are the days with a mandatory two years of photos with a mouth of metal. Instead of hiding your smile during your public speaking engagement, you can proudly share your thoughts with others.

Clear ceramic braces also use a bonding agent that does not demineralize the tooth enamel. The agent also gives superior adhesive strength so that the braces are strong throughout the treatment. Unlike traditional braces that leave marks on your new teeth, clear braces will have less staining because of this agent.

Although you may think they are not as durable as metal braces since the brackets are made of ceramic, clear braces are very sturdy. They are made from a composite material that is very strong, and they are guaranteed to last throughout the entire treatment so long as they receive proper care.

The bottom line

At the end of the day, the main goal for having clear braces is to straighten your teeth without drawing any unwanted attention. As new dental technology emerge year after year, clear braces will only become more effective at blending in with your teeth. If you or a loved one is scared to start orthodontic treatment, consider seeing if clear braces will work for you.

Call our office to learn more about these braces and other options.

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