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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It’s no secret that braces can have a huge impact on an individual’s life. Although braces are traditionally associated with youth, the idea of adult braces is becoming more and more common as people begin to realize the full range of advantages that orthodontic treatment provides. In fact, 30% of all orthodontic patients in the U.S. right now are adults.
The goal of orthodontics is part aesthetics, and part health. It can be embarrassing to have crooked teeth, which affects one’s self esteem. When crooked teeth crowd each other, the issue can also lead to later tooth decay.
Although braces are increasingly common — with an estimated 33% of people receiving orthodontic treatment at some point — not everyone understands all the facts. Here are three important things you should know about braces, and your or Continue reading
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