Most people have a tooth or two that are slightly out of place. They may stick out, or stick in, be slightly twisted, or have not quite descended into place. It’s not a big deal, but it can get some people down, especially these days where it seems that everyone on TV has perfect teeth. Seeing them on the small screen make misaligned teeth so much more obtrusive in real life. It’s not the end of the world but for people working in public-facing jobs, it can become a point of self-consciousness. Fortunately, there are many systems of braces in Camden that offer great benefits for straightening teeth.
Most dentists these days offer one or two ways to straighten teeth, but there are so many different systems of braces. It’s a good idea to look out for a dentist such as Ace Dental that offers a good variety of braces in Camden.
Each braces system offers something different. Let’s take a look at a few:
These are the bracket and wire type that are fixed onto the fronts of the teeth. The brackets are fixed at particular angles and the wires are stretched and tightened through them to create the force to pull the teeth into position. Treatment times vary from a few months to a couple of years or more for serious bite correction issues. For milder issues, the brackets are smaller and made of clear ceramic, and the wires are tooth-coloured.
The same as fixed braces but fixed onto the tongue side of the teeth. These are often made of gold alloy and each bracket is custom-made for each tooth. They are completely hidden from view.
Not really even in braces. In Camden, clear aligners are a succession of 3D printed mouth guard-style trays. Wearing the whole set, each one for about 2weeks, gradually nudges the teeth into alignment. Aligners are removable for eating and teeth cleaning.
Front teeth aligner
A single removable appliance that works on the front teeth only. It uses spring-loaded metal bows, or sandwiches of clear plastic to align the teeth.