If you need orthodontic treatment, braces are the first thing that comes to mind. You imagine having a mouth full of metal for two years or more. While traditional braces are still popular and used often to treat a variety of orthodontic concerns, there have been many advances in the field. Thanks to these innovations, you have more choices. Ceramic braces could be the answer for you to put you on the road to a beautiful smile.
How Do Ceramic Braces Work?
These braces include brackets and wires, just like traditional braces. However, ceramic brackets are clear or the color of your teeth; even the wires can match your teeth. As a result, ceramic braces are much more discreet, yet they will work in the same way as metal braces to correct your teeth. Your length of treatment will be the same, but it will not be as noticeable while you are undergoing treatment.
What are the Advantages of Ceramic Braces?
The biggest advantage of ceramic braces is that it won’t be obvious that you are undergoing orthodontic treatment. If you are self-conscious, work in a professional field or simply don’t want others to notice your teeth until they are correct, ceramic braces could be the answer for you. Not only will you be choosing a discreet method to correct your orthodontic concerns, but you will also be able to reap the benefits of properly aligned teeth.
Once your teeth have been treated with ceramic braces, you’ll find that it is much easier to keep your teeth clean. You’ll be less at risk of developing TMJ disorders or sleep apnea when your teeth are in the proper position. Ceramic braces can finally give you the smile that you have always wanted while ensuring your oral health. You’ll love to flash your pearly whites once your treatment is over!
Ask Our Orthodontist About Ceramic Braces
The best way to find out if ceramic braces will work for you is to make an appointment at the office of Dr. Brodie Bowman, DMD. For your convenience, we have locations in Fort Walton Beach and Niceville. Your teeth will be evaluated through a physical examination and medical imagery, making it possible to map out a treatment plan that will be effective for you. In the end, you’ll find that your amazing smile is worth the wait. Contact us today to schedule your orthodontic appointment at one of our offices.