Braces and confidence
Being a confident person is what gets you the apparently lucky breaks in life. You dare to say and do things that under-confident people shudder at the thought of. You also know when to say no and somehow don’t end up in those sticky situations that can so often come with a quiet voice of negativity inside. One sure-fire way to boost your confidence and improve how you relate to the world is to straighten out your wonky teeth with braces in Cheltenham.
At Cheltenham Dental Spa, we know all about the difference that braces in Cheltenham can make to the way people relate to the world. We’ve seen the transformation time and time again. Someone comes in to see us, not quite looking directly at us, not really smiling, somehow not taking up their space in the room.
A few months later, with lovely straight teeth, they walk out, head held high, speaking more certainly and with a big grin on their face. Often they come back with tales of how things at work, or at school, or on the dating scene seem to have magically changed for them. They may think it’s just about having straight teeth, but we know that their whole demeanour has undergone a subtle yet radical transformation.
Don’t put it off
People have the mistaken idea that to wear braces as an adult is to undergo some kind of social torture, that everyone will be pointing and staring at them and asking endless rude questions about their treatment.
It is not like that anymore. Braces in Cheltenham are no longer heavy metal things that barely leave room in your mouth for speaking. The new generation of braces have been designed to be as minimal as possible and as convenient as possible too. Many are designed for use on only mild to moderate misalignments, which is what most people have, and so can be even smaller. The materials used are chosen to blend in with the mouth rather than dominate it: clear ceramic brackets, tooth-coloured wires, even clear plastic mouth guard-style aligners that disappear once they are in place and braces that go behind the teeth rather than on the fronts.