Having properly aligned and well-spaced teeth is necessary for oral health. If teeth become too tight, then this can lead to various dental issues like tooth decay and gum diseases. This is not something that can be overlooked. If you wish to improve the function of your teeth, jaw, and associated joints, then orthodontic treatments offered by Imperial Dental can turn out to be the finest solution. We have seasoned orthodontists to assess your oral health requirements and come up with the most feasible treatment fully customized to your needs.
We are not confined to merely a few types of orthodontic treatments. The purpose of both braces and Invisalign is to straighten your teeth. The end result is the same. So which one is the right option for you? Our professional orthodontist can recommend braces or Invisalign according to your needs. Book a consultation today for expert advice.
The duration of witnessing changes to your teeth with Invisalign is quite long compared to conventional braces. There is no use of fixed brackets or wires in Invisalign. We use a series of aligners on our patients with each set changed after every two weeks.
If you are conscious about teeth aesthetics and prefer not to show your peers and friends that you are straightening your teeth, then Invisalign is the right option compared to braces. But your eligibility for this procedure is totally dependent on the recommendation of our Orthodontist. We share all the details and procedure steps with clients to keep them aware of the fine details beforehand.
Conventional braces are quite common in dental treatments. They comprise metal or ceramic brackets that are attached to the front of each tooth. A tensioned wire is used to keep the brackets aligned in a specific position. The end result would be well-positioned teeth.
Patients can experience slight pain and discomfort in the first week of putting on the braces. This sensation of pain can be reduced with time. Proper following of recommendations made by professionals can reduce the pain to a large extent.
Like conventional braces, internal lingual braces also serve the same purpose. The same brackets and wire are used to straighten the teeth. There are two major differences between the both types of braces. Internal lingual braces are completely hidden as they include the use of brackets on the back of every tooth instead of front. Nobody would witness that you are straightening your teeth. It can surely boost your confidence.
The second major difference lies in the timespan in which you achieve complete results. This treatment takes longer than conventional braces to adjust proper positioning of teeth.
Damon braces are a slight modification to the conventional braces. Conventional braces with a tensioned wire give less movement freedom to teeth. Damon braces have a slightly moveable mechanism for the teeth, giving them less tension and pressure to sustain.
There is also no need for extractions if you have been recommended Damon braces.