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Whether you’re looking for invisible aligners, hidden lingual braces, or ceramic options, we have a variety of convenient and customizable Teen Treatments to choose from, including:
Invisalign® Teen doesn’t involve wires and brackets like traditional silver braces; instead, we use clear removable aligners to straighten your teeth.
Invisalign® Teen is perfect for those in adolescence because treatment is easier to follow than ever — these aligners have blue indicator buttons that show if the aligners have been worn for sufficient hours.
And since you can remove the smooth plastic aligners when you eat or brush your teeth (or for special occasions) they’re incredibly convenient and make oral hygiene easy.
Want fewer office visits with remote appointments? Learn more about Anywhere Orthodontics, a digital imaging technology that works with Invisalign® and a convenient app to result in fewer office visits.
Incognito™ Lingual Braces
Incognito™ Lingual Braces are like traditional metallic braces but with one BIG difference. The braces adhere to your teeth, but they’re hidden from the public eye — that’s because they are affixed to the backside of your teeth.
Lingual braces are fantastic because they provide the benefits of traditional braces (effective for a wide range of problems), along with the benefits of invisible treatments (no one knows you have them but you!). And because lingual braces are custom-made for each person, they are comfortable, invisible, and efficient.
Silver braces are made of high-grade stainless steel, metallic wire brackets, and elastic ties. The brackets attach to the teeth surfaces via a specialized adhesive. The wires are then secured to the brackets with elastic ties, and the pressure of the wires exert constant pressure on the dislocated teeth, slowly moving them into place.
Advancements with modern silver braces include being lighter in weight, smaller, and more comfortable than they used to be. Most of this is due to the invention of a durable and flexible nickel-titanium alloy (developed by NASA) which is used in the wires, equaling less pressure and less pain.
The shape and size of ceramic braces are the same as metallic braces, but they’re more natural-looking. The ceramic material has a similar color and texture as your teeth, so it’s more difficult for people to spot if you’re wearing braces at all.
Ceramic braces are considered a more aesthetic option since their enamel coloring has the added benefit of being a little more “under-the-radar.”