Many adults avoid having braces because they do not want to go through the unwanted attention that can come while they are having their teeth straightened. Thanks to modern dentistry, patients can undergo teeth straightening treatment in the most discreet way possible.
Invisible braces are designed specifically for adults and come in a variety of types and materials. Adult braces in St John’s Wood are available in many dental practices, such as Aura Dental. These braces are so discreet, allowing patients to enjoy a higher level of confidence and self-esteem while they go through their treatment.
The Inman aligner is a removable appliance that anchors onto the back teeth and has twin arches in the front that fit in front and behind the teeth. These two arches are connected by titanium springs that pull them together, gradually moving the teeth into their correct position. An Inman aligner exerts dual pressure on the teeth, moving them into position quicker than regular braces or other teeth straightening treatments. The aligner is removable and can be taken out for eating or brushing the teeth.
Just like the Inman aligner, invisible braces are removable. They are made of smooth, high-quality plastic that fits snugly over the teeth and gums. These transparent, custom-made aligners are barely invisible and move the teeth gradually over a short period of time. They can be taken out for a special occasion; however, it is recommended to wear them at least 22 hours per day for effective results.
Six Month Smiles
Six Month Smiles braces in St John’s Wood are a short-term teeth straightening treatment that works is six months or less. The Six Month Smiles technique uses basic teeth straightening principles and the latest technology in dentistry to move teeth quickly and safely. The key components for this treatment are the use of unique nickel titanium wires and a primary focus of moving only the front teeth. Six Month Smiles brackets are tooth-coloured and blend with the teeth for a natural smile. Six Month Smiles uses a low but continuous force to move teeth gradually into the correct position and is ideal for patients who wish to straighten their teeth quickly.