Straight and Healthy Smiles

Woman checking her smile on the mirror

Woman checking her smile on the mirrorThere are many ways to straighten the teeth without having to use uncomfortable and awkward-looking braces. Modern dentists, such as Vogue Dental Care, can offer their patients custom-fitted low-visibility treatments that straighten the teeth without causing embarrassment. Popular amongst adults in Luton, invisible braces enable people to enhance their smile while transforming their overall dental health.

Convenient and Customised

Invisible braces in Luton are made of thin, see-through plastic. This contemporary material is carefully shaped to fit over the patient’s teeth, which minimises the patient’s discomfort during this highly efficient tooth realignment. While these braces can be used to treat a wide variety of needs, they’re not suitable in every case. That’s why the first step towards getting them is an in-depth conversation with a friendly dental team.

Once it’s clear that invisible braces in Luton are the right way to achieve what the patient wants, the dental team will take some detailed images of the teeth. A dental laboratory will then create a series of personalised transparent aligners. The patient will wear a set of these aligners for 7-10 days, before moving on to the next one in the series. Because the shape of each aligner is slightly different, the patient’s teeth are slowly pressured into taking up new positions.

The advantages of invisible braces in Luton

These convenient appliances can be taken out of the mouth whenever the patient wants to brush their teeth or have some food. This means they can keep their oral hygiene at a high standard throughout the realignment treatment. The low visibility of the braces means they won’t attract the social awkwardness that can happen when wearing traditional metal braces that are fixed to the front of the teeth.

Depending on how much realignment the patient’s teeth need, it could take 12 months or longer to complete the treatment. When the braces come off, the patient might have to wear a retainer at night, to keep the teeth in their new positions.

With straighter teeth, the patient will have a more pleasant smile. As well as this, their mouth will be easier to keep clean, because there’ll be fewer awkward spaces where bacteria can hide from the toothbrush.