For a variety of reasons, a set of human teeth doesn’t always settle in perfectly. In fact, improper teeth alignment, such as overbites, crowns, and overcrowding, are fairly common in humans. In the United States, orthodontic work is a thriving business. Many American children between the ages of 6 and 10 undergo some kind of orthodontic work or testing. Generally, it is better to have orthodontic treatments done at a young age in order to prevent teeth misalignment from getting worse. According to the American Association of Orthodontics, nearly four out of five teenagers undergo some kind of orthodontic procedure, the most common of which being braces.
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Over 4 million people in the U.S. are currently using orthodontia to achieve perfect, straight teeth—including 80% of teenagers. But while teenage girls might not mind a mouth full of metal and bright pink rubber bands, adults may want to be a little more discreet. Below we’ve compared three kinds of clear braces that can deliver results while being a minimal intrusion on your life so you can get started picking the option that’s best for you.
- Clear Brackets
Traditional metal braces are the least expensive kind, and they’re popular because they can can correct severe alignment problems. If this is the kind of braces you need, you should know that some metal braces offer clear brackets in the front of your mouth, placing less attention on your orthodontia.
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