Braces

Aligning your teeth with Orthodontic Braces

Orthodontic braces is one of the ways you can align or shape your teeth into a natural arch around your mouth. It works by gradually aligning the teeth using a small brace that bonds to the teeth. Braces is the traditional method in orthodontic therapy, and in most cases, it is the fastest and most economical way to align your teeth. Braces are applied to teeth for various reasons, including poorly aligned jaws, crooked, crowded and missing teeth, or a bad bite. The end result is teeth that have been align so that it fits around in an arch in your mouth. It removes over crowding of teeth, making it easier to brush and floss. There are several braces that are used in Orthodontic braces, some more effective than others. It would be best if you 

Traditional Braces

Traditional braces are made of high grade stainless steel and have metal brackets that are attached to each tooth using a type of cement. The brackets straighten your teeth using metal brackets and arch wires. You have the option of choosing colored elastics on your braces.

Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces are made from a transparent ceramic materials and they are less visible on your teeth. They are popular among clients who want enhanced appearance on their braces. Ceramic braces require more attention to oral hygiene as they are larger and more brittle than metal.

Damon Braces

Damon Braces are self-ligating braces which use a slide mechanism instead of elastics to hold arc wire in place. They provide gentler treatment and cause less friction on the teeth. They require less dental visits and produces faster results because the teeth can move on their own without needing to be adjusted. They are also easier to clean. Shortened treatment time and fewer visits to your orthodontist saves you time and money. This is a popular choice among adults.

Come in and speak with our experienced Orthodontist. They can help you choose the most suitable, affordable and convenient braces for you or your children.

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