If you’d like to straighten your teeth and improve your smile and quality of life, then you’d better join the thousands of people in the UK who have benefited from cosmetic dentistry. In the past, many adults were afraid to wear braces because they didn’t like the idea of metal brackets and wires against their teeth. Luckily, dental technology has evolved since then, and now adults can proudly show their teeth while undergoing treatment with discreet, cosmetic braces in North London.
Cosmetic braces at Denchic Dental Spa can address more teeth straightening problems than you may think. From crooked teeth to bite problems, discreet braces in North London are durable, versatile and reliable and can help with most types of mild-to-moderate teeth-straightening problems.
Below we will try to dispel common myths surrounding cosmetic braces in North London.
Braces are only for children
Braces are not only for children and it is never too late to improve your smile. If you feel that you are too old for braces in North London, your dentist will convince you otherwise, because metal braces are not your only option. Even if you had braces a child, chances are that teeth-straightening problems may return later in life and doing nothing for them can cause more problems in the long run. Modern braces allow you to straighten your teeth properly while looking great.
Braces take too long
It’s true that regular braces are time-consuming, but this is not the case with cosmetic braces. Some types of braces, such as Six Month Smiles and the Inman Aligner, can straighten your teeth in only a few weeks, provided that your dental problems are not serious enough.
Teeth-straightening treatment is painful
There is a difference between pain and discomfort. While you may feel uncomfortable while getting used to your cosmetic braces, you will hardly feel any pain. In general, some people are more sensitive than others but discomfort should go away within a few hours after your first fitting – if not, you should consult your dentist.
Braces are expensive
Contrary to popular belief, cosmetic braces are not more expensive than conventional braces. If anything, they could cost less.