Ace Dental

25 April 2018

Helping you choose discreet braces in Camden

If you have been exploring your options, you probably know that teeth straightening falls into two main categories – traditional and discreet braces. Metal braces have been used in dentistry for a very long time and are a reliable treatment. However, most adults are reluctant to wear them due to aesthetic and practical reasons.

With a few different discreet braces to choose from, you may become confused. At Ace Dental, it is our pleasure to help you decide which type of braces suits your individual needs and lifestyle. Discreet braces in Camden are specifically designed for adults with busy lifestyles and can address a number of oral issues, including crowded, gapped and oddly-spaced teeth.


Since its introduction back in the 1990s, Invisalign has been marketed as a discreet alternative to traditional braces. However, Invisalign is much more than that. This treatment consists of a series of transparent, removable plastic aligners that help move your teeth gradually into position. Invisalign braces in Camden are not fixed to the teeth and can be removed for eating and cleaning. Moreover, Invisalign aligners are more comfortable to wear and require fewer adjustments than regular braces.

Clear braces

Unlike Invisalign, clear braces are attached to the teeth. However, they are also discreet because they are made of tooth-coloured brackets and wires. At Ace Dental, we offer two different options for patients who wish to have clear braces in Camden – Six Month Smiles and Quick Straight Teeth. Both treatments are quick, effective and will make you want to smile more while in treatment.

Lingual braces

Lingual braces are yet another type of discreet teeth straightening option. As their name suggests, they are attached to the back of the teeth, opposite the tongue and for this reason, they are completely invisible. Lingual braces use the same mechanism as regular braces, but they are customised for each patient. They can treat a wide range of oral problems, including heavily crooked, twisted or rotated teeth.

Quality teeth straightening services

For more information on our teeth straightening options, or to book a consultation, please do not hesitate to contact us today.

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