Metal Braces

 

Are Metal Braces Right For You?

Mostly popular with kids, metal braces are commonly used to correct the misalignment of teeth. People also use them to treat conditions such as: overbite, underbite and crooked or crowded teeth.

Because metal is a stronger and more durable material, your dentist can position and adjust them in a way that makes them work more quickly. If you go with competing corrective options such as ceramic braces, you will need to schedule several appoitments with your dentist to replace them.

Also, you won’t find a more affordable option on the market.

Should metal braces be right for you, we will utilize the most efficient, comfortable, and technologically advanced metal braces available on the market today.

Different colors on braces are great for personal expression and are also quite fun. Changing the colors is very simple, so you can select a different color at every visit!
 
metal braces
 

How Braces Work

Once placed on your teeth, braces place constant pressure on your teeth. The force of the pressure helps move teeth into proper position. At each appointment, your orthodontist may tighten the archwires. In addition to braces, some patients may need to wear rubber bands.
 

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For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance

For those who do not want their braces to be very noticeable, clear ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative. Clear braces move your teeth in exactly the same way as metal braces do. Ceramic braces are quite comfortable to wear and just as efficient at moving teeth as traditional metal braces.

Metal Braces Vs. Ceramic Braces

Traditional metal braces are effective, less expensive but at the same time will give you a metallic smile, which can make some people feel very self-concious. On the other hand, ceramic braces are made of a clear material that makes it difficult to tell if you’re wearing braces at all. The natural look of these smooth, sculpted and completely clear ceramic braces are strong and will not stain or discolor, and blend in with any tooth shade. Also, they are larger, covering more of the tooth than the metal braces.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Will my teeth hurt?
Some patients can experience moderate pain and discomfort over the first few days only.

How much will it cost?
Orthodontic treatment fees may vary depending on the complexity of the problem and length of treatment time.

How long do I have to wear them?
the average time is from 18 to 30 months, but that can vary depending on the severity of the correction necessary and patient compliance