Incognito lingual braces are an excellent option for people who want a subtler method of straightening their teeth and correcting issues with their bite. They are one of the most popular treatment options at Surrey Braces dental centre in Weybridge, and can be used in cases when more extensive correction that that provided by cosmetic brace systems is required.
At our Weybridge dental clinic we are always keen to point out that the benefits of teeth straightening – no matter how mild a degree of correction is required – are more than just aesthetic. It is easier to keep teeth clean when they are properly aligned, because there are fewer hard-to-clean gaps where food particles can collect and dental plaque can build up. As long as you visit your dentist and hygienist on a regular basis, and practice good dental hygiene at home, straightening your teeth will reduce the risk of gum disease and tooth decay.
If you have issues with your bite you may struggle to eat some foods, or may experience excessive wear and tear on specific teeth. Protruding front teeth are more at risk of accidental damage, for example through trips and falls. At our Weybridge clinic we can use Incognito lingual braces to correct all of these issues, boosting your health as well as your smile.
If you are interested in treatment with Incognito lingual braces, we invite you to join us at Surrey Braces in Weybridge for a consultation. Your orthodontist will conduct a thorough clinical examination in order for your braces to be made.
Incognito braces are custom-made to fit your teeth precisely, whilst the latest 3D technology is used both in treatment planning and to predict results accurately.
The big difference between Incognito and regular braces is that this system is attached to the rear (or lingual) surfaces of your teeth. This means that nobody will notice them in everyday life, and people will only know that you are having treatment if you choose to tell them.
Treatment times will vary depending on the type and amount of correction required. Your Weybridge orthodontist will let you know your predicted treatment length.