What are the different types of braces in Cheltenham and which is right for me?

Does the idea of wearing braces as an adult make you feel uncomfortable? More and more adults in Great Britain are turning to teeth-straightening treatmentsto ensure that their smiles become attractive again. After all, dental technology has evolved and modern braces are not as intimidating as they used to be.

Braces in CheltenhamAt Cheltenham Dental Spa, we welcome enquiries from all patients who wish to fix their crooked teeth with braces in Cheltenham. Although we offer conventional braces, we want you to know that they are not the only solution for your dental problems. Your dentist may recommend any of these braces in Cheltenham to help you improve your smile.

Metal braces

Contrary to popular belief, metal braces are not only for children and teenagers. In fact, traditional braces have progressed since the age of bulky metal brackets and wires and they are not more discreet and lightweight than ever. Metal braces are made from high-quality stainless steel and can fix almost any teeth-straightening problem – no matter how serious it is.

Invisalign

Invisalign invisible aligners are fitted snugly over your teeth and help them move over a period of time. Your dentist will give you a new set of clear aligners every week or so, to help your teeth straighten out. This process can take from a few months to more than a year depending on your dental problems. Invisalign is ideal for image-conscious adults since it’s virtually invisible.

Incognito hidden braces

Incognito hidden braces work just like metal braces, with the exception that they are fitted behind the teeth. This way no one will know that you are undergoing treatment with braces in Cheltenham. Incognito braces are very comfortable and are designed to work for many types of teeth straightening issues, while gently working for you all day and night.

Damon braces

Damon braces in Cheltenham are popular with adults because they require fewer visits to the dentist. Unlike regular braces, they are self-ligating. Their wires and brackets are connected by a slide mechanism instead of rubber. Damon braces are very practical, because they don’t need to be adjusted by your dentist.