Lingual bracesare attached to the back side of the teeth, which makes them completely non-visible. This advanced method makes lingual orthodontics particularly well-suited for adults, who often want to improve the look and function of their teeth without letting anyone else know about their treatment.
With standard braces, the brackets are cemented to the front of the teeth, which are quite uniform in their shape. However, lingual brackets are attached to the back side of the teeth. The back side of each tooth has its own unique shape - unlike the front of each tooth, which is fairly uniform among all people. Standard brackets are mass-produced, but each lingual bracket must be custom-formed to the unique shape of each individual tooth.
Age does not limit the use of a lingual brace and they are suitable for the treatment of all types of misaligned teeth. Before fixing the lingual braces into your mouth, it is very important to make sure that your teeth and gum are in good condition.
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Ceramic Braces (Clear)：Clear braces are a popular choice for teens and adults who want to make a less noticeable statement with their commitment to a healthier set of teeth. Keep smiling -- during and after treatment.
They are made from a clear translucent material that is designed to match the colour of your teeth.Ceramic braces are better suited to adults as they are more discreet than conventional metal braces.
Invisalign is the invisible way to straighten your teeth without conventional appliances. Invisalign uses a series of clear removable aligners (pictured to the left) to straighten your teeth without metal wires or brackets. Invisalign has been proven effective in clinical research and in orthodontic practices throughout North America.