Ace Dental

27 March 2019

So much choice with braces in Camden

You want a great looking smile that you can feel good about using. You need to get your teeth straightened in order to feel good about your smile. You haven’t done so yet because you think wearing braces means committing to months of metal on your teeth. Well, think again because if there’s one area of dentistry that’s exploded with great choice in recent years, it’s braces in Camden.

Here at Ace Dental, when you come to us to get your teeth straightened, we can offer you a range of 6 different brands of braces in Camden. Each one different from the rest of our range, so there is bound to be one that fits in with the way you like to operate, your budget and your individual alignment requirements.

Look! No braces!

The main thing that most adults want from their braces is that they be as discreet as possible, preferably invisible. Our range of braces runs from tooth-coloured bracket and wire braces that blend in with the teeth and can’t be seen across the room, to invisible aligners, to braces that are entirely hidden.

Braces such as 6 Month Smiles feature smaller brackets made of clear ceramic. They are held together by only one wire and this has been coated in a tooth-coloured material. These are great braces for realigning the front 6-8 teeth.

Clear aligners from Invisalign and Quick Straight Teeth look like very thin, see-through mouth guards. Once in place, they are very hard to spot. They are removable for easy eating and cleaning. You get a series of aligners to wear, each one moves the teeth a tiny step.

Incognito are bracket and wire braces made of gold alloy. They are fixed to the tongue-side of the teeth, where they are hidden from view. This is a great option if you have complex alignment issues to sort out.

Don’t forget your retainer

Everyone who has braces needs to wear a retainer for some time after their treatment finishes. You can have one bonded to the back of your teeth or wear a mouth guard-style retainer at night.

Give us a call and come in for a consultation.

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