Braces & Aligners

Braces & Aligners

Dental braces are appliances which are used to align or straighten the teeth and guide the teeth to the corrected position. They are made up of wires, brackets, and bands. Braces aid to correct irregular teeth positioning, jaw correction, improvement in chewing and smile aesthetics.

What are Braces used for?

The major reason for getting Braces on is to improve the facial appearance, what people do not know is that there are any other implications which require orthodontic treatment like open bite, jaw structure, crossbite etc.

Types of braces Traditional braces of Metal, Gold, Tooth Colored or Ceramic. The placement of teeth is corrected to treat the abnormalities. The traditional braces are used with modules, which are small pieces that hold the wires in place of teeth. The modules come in various ranges such as silver and colored.

Lingual Braces Concealed braces are placed behind the teeth where they are not seen. So at the cost of braces can cherish a beautiful smile. Various combinations of these appliances can be employed to achieve the desired correction and the patient enjoys an unobstructed smile during treatment. These appliances are custom-made to each patient and the techniques used require special instrumentation, equipment, doctor and staff training.

Clear Aligners The ideal way to revolutionize your smile without the hassle of traditional braces, Invisalign is virtually effortless. Nothing is as important as a genuine and heartfelt smile. Whether in your professional life or when you are out socializing, an attractive smile can make you feel happier and more relaxed as well as help in making the right impression!

Invisalign can help to treat a variety of orthodontic concerns including teeth, which are crooked, crowded, or with gaps. But because it is clear, removable and comfortable, it won't interfere with your life.

If you think about it, the straighter your teeth the healthier they are! Your pearly whites will be easier to keep clean as there is less chance of food particles becoming trapped in hard-to-reach areas. If you’re not happy with your crooked smile then contact the Valley Creek Dental for help.