Incognito braces provide the same results as conventional braces, straightening out teeth and delivering a smile you can be confident of.
While traditional braces, commonly referred to as ‘train tracks’, fit on the front of your teeth, incognito braces, as the name suggests, are invisible. The dental solution is instead hidden on the back of the teeth and as a result is a choice favoured by those that feel self-conscious about conventional braces. Incognito braces are custom-made to suit each individual and are typically made of cast-gold, which are then fitted to the inside surface of the teeth.
Incognito braces are a popular choice for those that don’t want their braces to be visible as they provide a discreet option while still offering the precision of a traditional, fixed brace. This means that incognito braces are able to deliver the best results from the treatment, while still be aesthetic and comfortable.
There are over 700 trained and fully qualified orthodontists across the UK and Ireland that are able to fit incognito braces. A dentist should be able to advise each patient on the treatment type that is best for them during a consultation. If you select incognito braces your brace will be tailor made to fit perfectly in your mouth, ensuring a solution that delivers results and is comfortable throughout the treatment time.
Incognito braces are suitable for all age groups that want to straighten their teeth and correct misalignment. Treatment may take up to 2 years but this will vary depending on each individual case and in many cases an improvement can be seen after just a few months
Incognito braces provide the same results as conventional braces, straightening out teeth and delivering a smile you can be confident of. Treatment time will vary depending on each individual’s need and the extent of the treatment. While it can take some time to achieve the ideal results, the technology used in incognito braces means they work to move teeth efficiently.
Most people choose incognito braces over other alternatives if they don’t want their braces to be visible for aesthetic reasons. They are suitable for a wide range of dental problems and can be used by children, teenagers and adults alike.
Treatment costs for incognito braces start from around £2,500 but the total amount can vary depending on individual needs.
Damon Braces can be used for complex dental issues, quickly treating problems such as over, under or crossbites.
Despite working quicker than other types of braces, Fast Braces still result in straightened teeth and smile, giving a confidence boost if you’re self conscious about your mouth.
This aligner is removable and can be used either as a standalone treatment to straighten the front teeth or as a solution prior to other cosmetic treatments, such as bonding or veneers.
Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that are custom-made specifically for your teeth.
RXaligners are tailor made to fit over your teeth and will move the teeth into a straighter position over time.
The orthodontic treatment focuses on aligning the teeth that you see when you smile rather than the whole set of teeth.
The treatment works much like that using clear aligners, but tooth movement is much more predictable and usually more than twice as quick.
An innovative clear invisible brace system that straightens misaligned and wonky teeth without the use of metal wires or brackets.
The ceramic brackets means that this device is less visible than conventional braces.
If you feel that fixed braces are for you but would prefer them to be invisible, lingual braces are hidden on the back surfaces of the teeth and straighten the teeth from the back.
This a common orthodontic solution and can be used to correct a large number of teeth or to target smaller, specific areas.
Two types of fixed and removable braces depending on the suitability to move teeth into their new position.
Fixed braces are be used when a number of teeth need to be corrected and when precise dental treatment is needed.
Removable braces are suitable for patients of all ages and can be recommended to correct a number of issues, such as an over or under bite, crooked teeth, and gaps between teeth.