Contemporary dentists can ensure your braces stay discreet. At Weybridge Orthodontics, we use innovative dental appliances that remain hidden in your mouth while they improve your dental positioning. If you’re hoping to quietly improve the position of your teeth in Weybridge, Incognito might be the ideal treatment.
Incognito in Weybridge
This modern set of wire-and-bracket braces has a user-friendly feature: we attach it to the backs of your teeth. This minimises the potential embarrassment caused by traditional, highly visible braces affixed to the front of your teeth. We can use Incognito in Weybridge to improve a wide variety of conditions, including crowded smiles, crooked teeth, and misaligned bites.
After treatment, you’ll notice an obvious cosmetic enhancement. This can lead to increased social confidence. Plus, with straighter teeth your mouth will be easier to keep clean. This is because there’ll be fewer awkward spaces in your mouth where bacteria can hide from your toothbrush. Your teeth will all be working together more effectively.
A process in several stages
To assess whether Incognito in Weybridge is the right way forward for you, we’ll invite you into our dental practice for an in-depth consultation. We’ll take some detailed pictures of your teeth and produce a finely-honed treatment plan.
Once we’ve attached your braces to the backs of your teeth, you might need 12 months or longer for the treatment to achieve its target. Complex cases tend to need longer. We’ll always let you know how long your treatment will take before it begins.
Your braces will remain inconspicuous as they gently pressure your teeth into better, straighter positions. This helps you to avoid awkward questions and double-takes from strangers and acquaintances at social occasions. The reduced visibility of Incognito in Weybridge is one reason why it’s popular with adults who have customer-facing work roles.
You’ll need a bit of patience to complete this contemporary realignment treatment. Once the braces come off, you might need to wear a retainer at night, so the teeth become secure in their new positions. After it’s all over, you’ll be able to enjoy your newly-repositioned teeth for many years.