A straighter smile does look amazing, but some people will put off having teeth straightening treatments as they think it will be too costly, uncomfortable or time consuming. Some other people simply do not want to have to wear unsightly silver braces for months or even years. This is where braces in Camden at Ace Dental can help. We use a procedure called Quick Straight Teeth to offer an answer to these issues.
What is Quick Straight Teeth?
Quick Straight Teeth is a discreet tooth straightening system with options of either a fixed or removable brace made from clear materials. These braces in Camden have been developed to work specifically on the front six to eight teeth. Treatment prices are also a plus, as they can be more affordable than for similar types of braces in Camden. Straightening times range from four to 24 weeks, depending on the issues to be corrected.
Quick Straight Teeth fixed braces
Quick Straight Teeth fixed braces use clear brackets that are virtually invisible, combined with tooth-coloured wires. The use of fixed brackets helps to ensure tooth movement is highly predictable. Unlike conventional braces, there is no need for the wires to be extensively tightened. Instead, your braces in Camden apply gentle pressure to the teeth, meaning minimal discomfort, as only the front six to eight teeth are moved.
Am I suitable for Quick Straight Teeth?
Quick Straight Teeth will work best for our patients who have slightly protruding front teeth and mild overcrowding. Once your Quick Straight Teeth procedure is complete you will need to wear a retainer and attend regular check-ups with your dentist at Ace Dental, otherwise the teeth can begin to drift back towards their original positions.
If you are looking for a modern practice that is dedicated to ensuring that you remember your experience for all the right reasons, look no further then Ace Dental for your braces in Camden.
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