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Traditional metal braces are the most common type of braces and made of high-grade stainless steel. With metal braces, you have the option of adding colored elastics (rubber bands) for a more unique and colorful smile.
These braces are designed to fit adult lifestyles, giving comfort and self-confidence. Porcelain dental braces, made from a glass-like composite material, appear translucent and blend in with your teeth, which look as good as they perform.
In addition to the clear ceramic brackets, there are two types of brace wires or ties that can make them more inconspicuous. The ties are made up of either clear elastic ties or white metal ties. The metal ties provide a stronger bind but tend to lose the white coating over time.
Lingual braces are the truly ‘invisible’ way to have your teeth straightened. The word ‘Lingual’ means tongue. They are called so as they are attached to inside surface of the teeth-the surface which is towards the tongue.
These braces are practically invisible. For anyone who wants to have their teeth straightened but due to social commitments or personal consciousness, must have invisible braces, lingual braces is the answer.
The other advantage of lingual braces is that they give the orthodontist better control when doing the treatment, meaning that the results will be commendable.
Incognito lingual braces, unlike other lingual braces are custom made and precisely designed to fit your mouth which makes them the smoothest, most comfortable lingual braces available.
Invisible braces, more commonly referred to as Invisalign clear aligners, are a set of clear, removable trays that are custom fitted to your teeth. You wear them for 20-22 hours a day and change your set as your teeth shift. Your orthodontist will evaluate your specific case and many types of bite discrepancies can be treated with Invisalign.