Incognito lingual braces are one of the most discreet orthodontic treatments available. They are one of the most popular treatments at Surrey Braces Weybridge dental clinic, being suitable for a wide range of orthodontic situations whilst also being invisible in everyday life.
At Surrey Braces in Weybridge we welcome adults for orthodontic consultations, whether they missed out on treatment as a child or had treatment but experienced adult relapse. Straightening your teeth is never just a vanity project, whatever method you choose. Improving tooth alignment makes it easier to practise efficient dental hygiene, which is beneficial to both dental and general health.
Having areas of your mouth that are difficult to clean at home increase your chances of both dental decay and gum disease, the two primary causes of tooth loss. As long as you visit your dentist and hygienist regularly, and brush and floss your teeth efficiently at home, using Incognito braces to straighten your teeth can help you to keep your natural teeth for life.
When you come into our Weybridge clinic for an Incognito consultation, your orthodontist will perform a thorough clinical examination to assess your suitability for treatment. Incognito lingual braces are suitable for most clinical situations, and can be used for both mild and more extensive correction.
The key thing to remember about Incognito braces is that they are attached to the rear surfaces of your teeth, which means nobody will notice you are wearing them unless they happen to be staring directly down into your mouth.
Another huge benefit of Incognito treatment is that these braces are made from gold alloy. This means they are a popular option for patients with nickel allergies at our Weybridge dental clinic.
Treatment times will vary depending on the type and amount of correction required. When you come to our Weybridge dental centre for a consultation, your orthodontist will let you know how long your treatment is expected to take.
It sometimes takes a little longer to adjust to the feel of lingual braces, but most people adapt remarkably quickly. You should visit your hygienist to learn how to clean around your brace.