Hiding Behind a Smile? Consider Invisible Braces!
Are you interested in improving your smile? Maybe you have looked into the different options to realign your teeth. Our dentists at AS4U provide our patients with more innovative ways to realign your smile. We can now provide comfortable and discreet way to fix your smile. There is no more need to hide your smile from the world. Read on to learn how invisible braces can improve your teeth and boost your confidence.
- Invisalign uses a series of customized clear trays to realign your smile over time. Your dentist will provide you with new trays every couple of weeks until you achieve the perfect smile. They can be removed for eating and cleaning. Invisalign can correct mild and moderate dental problems, so speak to your dentist at AS4U and see if an Invisalign treatment could work for your smile.
- Lingual braces are similar to traditional braces, but they do not have metal supports in the front of each tooth. They are fitted to the back of each tooth for a more invisible look and provides a more effective treatment. Lingual braces can correct a variety of dental problems including crowded and rotated teeth.
- Clear braces have brackets made of porcelain. The look and feel of porcelain is similar to your natural teeth and provides a discreet way to straighten your teeth. Clear braces can fix a wide range of dental problems and are very similar to traditional braces.
If you are interested in a more invisible way to correct your smile, then talk to your dentist about different options and see which is best for you. You deserve to show off your new smile! Contact our AS4U clinic today to set up a consultation with one of our dentists!
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