One size does not fit all. The only way to determine what braces are best for your smile is by making an initial consultation to see a Specialist Orthodontist. There are several types of brace systems that may be suitable for you such as conventional, clear and invisible brace systems. In addition to what physically needs to be done to correct the teeth, there are other important factors. For example, perhaps you need clear braces as you are in a client related job, or maybe you play contact sport and you need to be more careful and prefer, or may even require, removable braces. Whatever your requirements may be, it is best to let your orthodontist know right from the initial consultation.
Below are a few types of situations you may relate with:
You are after Invisible Braces
Invisalign is a great option if you require a truly invisible option. Not only are they invisible, they are also a removable style of brace, which means they are great for high contact sports people or for those who may have important events coming up. Invisalign is also a fairly quick option for braces if you have a mild change to make to your bite. They are often the choice for upcoming brides who want to start an orthodontic treatment prior to their wedding, but don’t want to have the brace on for their special day.
You are someone on the go
Looking after your teeth can be difficult at the best of times and generally our dental hygiene falls behind due to our busyness. Damon Q and Damon Clear braces are a great option for those on the run as they are more hygienic then the old braces with rubber ties/bands. Damon Q and Damon Clear braces do not use rubber ties (which is the source that causes hygiene issues), so not only are they more sanitary, they look better too. Damon Q braces are great for people who are sensitive, as they are more comfortable, hygienic and move teeth more quickly.
Perhaps it is not the straight teeth that are the issue, maybe it is a health issue that needs to be fixed up. At times it can be your jaw that is causing some issues such as snoring, insomnia or even jaw pain. Many people are opting for braces and plates as a way to manage their snoring habits. All these health issues can be fixed with an orthodontic plan.