Invisible Braces Treatment

Straight teeth can be achieved with these new braces which are barely visible. It can keep good looks & at the same time work for making teeth straight.

When invisible braces can be used?

  • Teeth that are out of position.
  • Crooked Teeth.
  • Crowded or widely spaced teeth.

 Who can use these braces?

 
Invisible braces can be used for youngsters & adults. It cannot be used for children who have baby teeth. Consult your doctor to confirm whether you can get this treatment done or not.
 

Types of Invisible Braces

 
Ceramics Braces: Same as traditional braces, brackets & wires are used to straighten the teeth in Ceramics Braces. The brackets are less visible as it is tooth-colored. They give fast result ( approx 6 Months) as compared to traditional braces ( Approx 12 months or more). Ceramic braces are available in all colors. This brace has less signal interference. It takes around 20 to 30 minutes to fit these braces. Cost: INR 40,000/- to INR 50,000/-.
 
Clear Aligners: They are made up of plastic & work in the same manner to fit the teeth. Aligner gets fit to your teeth & put pressure on teeth can get it straight. It can be removed easily at any time, to eat & brush. It is clear thin which make it invisible. They are removable but still, it is advised to wear in a disciplined manner to get proper results. Cost: InR 80,000/- to InR 1, 25,000/-.
 
Lingual Braces: It is same as traditional braces; the only difference is that it is placed on the backside of the teeth instead of front which make them invisible.
It takes approx 6 to 12 months depending on patient’s treatment. Cost : 40,000/- to 70,000/-.
 
Things to do when you get your new braces:
 
  • Before leaving the dentist clinic check wire ends with your finger & tongue so that your cheeks don’t get hurt.
  • It is suggested to eat soft food initially for at least 2 to 3 days while your teeth gets adjusted.
  • Use proper medication if brackets get rubbed to the soft skin of your mouth.
  • Rinse your mouth with salty water to reduce irritation.
  • Maintain good oral hygiene.
Taking care of braces in the long run:
 
  • Clean your aligners regularly.
  • Brush your teeth after every meal.
  • Avoid food & drinks that leave stains.
  • Do not use whitening toothpaste.
  • Go for a dental check-up regularly.
  • Stop Smoking.

Frequently asked questions

Initially, it can be problematic but with time you will get used to it & will speak clearly.

Yes, braces can be placed over crowns.

no, but taking care is mandatory or it can make gums itchy.