If you are unhappy with your smile because you feel you missed out on orthodontic treatment as a child, cosmetic braces could be a dream come true. These discreet devices can gently and safely move your teeth into a more desirable solution – and nobody need know you’re having treatment. At Denchic Dental Spa in North London, we offer a good selection of discreet orthodontic products that can straighten your teeth quickly and near-invisibly.
What are cosmetic braces?
Cosmetic orthodontics principally focus on the aesthetic appearance of your teeth. However, at Denchic Dental Spa in North London we are also keen to emphasise that straighter teeth are healthier teeth. This is because they are easier to clean, helping to reduce the chances of plaque or tartar building up and leading to tooth decay or gum diseases.
In addition, choosing to straighten your teeth with cosmetic braces can also boost your general sense of well-being as your confidence in your smile will be improved.
Dentists and orthodontists agree that braces remain the most effective ways to straighten your teeth. However, traditional metal braces may seem unsightly for adult patients with busy personal and professional lives, and treatment times of up to two years can also be off-putting.
At Denchic Dental Spa in North London we understand these concerns, which is why we offer treatment with clear braces and aligners.
Six Month Smiles
Six Month Smiles braces combines the latest orthodontic innovation and the most up-to-date techniques with highly-discreet clear brackets and tooth-coloured wires. In addition to being barely noticeable in your mouth, this system also has an average treatment time of just six months.
They work so quickly because, unlike conventional braces, Six Month Smiles focus on the front six to eight teeth – those that show when you smile.
Invisalign is one of the most popular tooth-straightening options at our North London dental practice. This system uses a series of clear, removable aligners to gently move your teeth into a more desirable position.
Your dentist will take impressions of your teeth and, using special computer software, you will be able to see what results you can expect before starting treatment. You will need to change your aligner every two weeks or so, in line with your dentist’s instructions. Because they are removable, Invisalign also reduces the chances of dental hygiene problems during treatment.
To find out more about discreet orthodontics, book a consultation with one of our dentists today.