If you're considering wearing hidden braces for teeth to smarten up your smile, then what are you likely to be in for? With traditional metal wire braces everyone pretty much knew what they were likely to expect. We could all see what they looked like, including how uncomfortable the wearer was quite often, and we all knew that the process could take several years.
This common knowledge meant that people could easily make their mind up about teeth alignment, deciding whether or not to stick with what they already had, or undergo the treatment necessary to give them the smile they really wanted. From under bites to overbites, from crowded, overlapping teeth to gaps and even teeth which were at odd angles, metal braces have been the only solution for thousands of people for many years. But just recently that's all changed.
Suddenly with the introduction of hidden braces for teeth and transparent aligners it's all got a bit more complicated. In the past if you were trying to make your mind up about whether to wear braces or not you'd probably find it fairly easy to be able to find someone who was wearing them, and ask them for their advice and opinion. But since by their very name invisible braces behind teeth are rather difficult to see it's become very difficult to be able to find anyone who's wearing them in order to find out what you want to know.
You could of course go to your dentist and ask them, but just as you probably wouldn't have done this before when considering wire braces, you'd still rather get the view of someone who's actually wearing them, since they're not looking to sell them to you and will give you a frank and honest opinion. That's not to imply that dentists who provide hidden braces for teeth are dishonest, but you're simply more likely to believe what someone tells you who has been wearing them than someone who stands to benefit financially from you wearing them. It's just human nature.
But often it's hard to know what to even expect. You can't spot someone wearing them, and so you have no real concept of what they're going through, or what they have been through. To help put you more clearly in the picture, here's a five step breakdown of what you can expect should you decide to go ahead and have clear braces fitted.
Once your first set of invisible braces behind teeth is ready you'll need to pop back to your Invisalign dentist and have them fitted. The dentist will make sure you're comfortable with them, and that they fit properly. You'll also be given advice on how to look after them, how long you'll need to wear them for each day and you'll also have a chance to ask them any further questions you have. A fortnight after your first pair of aligners has been given to you you'll need to pop back to your dentist for the next set.
Dr. Monica Goldenberg, a recognized orthodontist, provides excellent orthodontic treatments with invisible braces behind teeth for adults and children, lingual braces etc. Goldenberg Orthodontics prescribes several types hidden braces for teeth according to each individual’s teeth. She also provides insurance facilities with all types of orthodontic treatment.
Invisible Braces behind Teeth - Achieve the Results You Want