If you don't want people to know you have braces, lingual orthodontic braces can be hidden beneath your teeth.hese distinctive concealed braces are the only fully customized, invisible, fixed braces system available today and are made utilizing cutting-edge technology.
Adults who frequently speak in front of groups of people as part of their jobs, actors and actresses, and anyone else who doesn't want people to know they're getting braces are the main target market.
Even while they are on, lingual orthodontic braces give you a stunning smile. SureSmile paired with Lingual braces, a novel behind-the-teeth brace with precise SureSmile technology that shortens treatment duration by 6 to 9 months, is a new orthodontic treatment option available at Smile Hub Dental Clinic.
For both adults and children who want to realign their teeth but don't want their braces to be visible, lingual orthodontic braces are a good option.
FAQsHow long will the treatment take?
No, the complexity of the teeth usually determines how long therapy takes. Fixed braces move more quickly and precisely than removable braces.
Can anyone use lingual orthodontics?
Most people can, although there are restrictions if dental hygiene is bad or if a person has low tooth height. Lingual braces can be worn at any age, however kids shouldn't typically wear them.
Is it comfortable?
Initially, tooth movement might be painful. Please take the medications you often use for headaches. To maintain the appliance smooth against the tongue, wax can be applied over it.
Will it change my speech?
The majority of people become aware of a difference in their speech, especially in the first few weeks. After an initial period of adaption, this usually gets better.
Can I clean my teeth like normal?
As with any brace, cleaning will take extra time, and dental hygiene must be kept at a high quality during the course of treatment.
How do I apply good oral hygiene with the lingual braces?
Use fluoride toothpaste to brush your teeth three times a day for at least three minutes each time.
When brushing while wearing braces, take your time and make use of the offered interdental brushes to help clean in between the wires. Use a fluoride mouthwash every day at least 20 minutes after brushing.
Brushing your gums at the same time as brushing your teeth will ensure that they are nice and healthy.
Can I eat normally?
Yes! You can eat as usual. To prevent the braces from breaking, simply chop all of your meals into little pieces using a knife and fork and bite with your back teeth.
What happens if the braces become damaged?
Call the practice right away so we can make arrangements to adjust your braces. Wax can be used in the interim to minimize irritation. Please be aware: Treatment is delayed as a result of persistent breaks.
How often will I visit the dentist?
Yes. Throughout the course of the treatment, it is crucial that you continue to visit your normal dentist for cleanings and check-ups. Your dentist won't examine your teeth for decay or gum disease throughout orthodontic treatment.