Many people are unhappy with the appearance of their smiles but are unsure what to do about it. They hide their smile or are self conscious when they laugh or pose for a photo. Here at St Johns Wood it is understood that a smile is one of a person’s most important assets and that’s why it should be looked after. Many people also associate braces with childhood and, therefore, think that they cannot access the same treatment. This is a myth as it is now easier than ever to straighten the teeth in a safe and efficient manner. Braces St Johns Wood could be there for a host of patients from different backgrounds to gently coax their teeth into their correct position. This article will run through how the braces work, as well as what patients should do next, should they decide that this treatment could be the one for them.
How do they work?
There are many different types of Braces St Johns Wood that patients could consider when looking to straighten their teeth. Each brace is built for a slightly different purpose so patients can find the one that will work best for them. Invisalign is an option that patients could consider if they want an appliance that is able to be removed and is invisible to the untrained eye. Damon braces could also be considered, these braces are fixed and are much more comfortable than more traditional braces. Other types of braces include lingual braces and vivera retainers. Fixed orthodontic retainers and removable orthodontic retainers can be used to keep teeth in the correct formation. Iman aligners alongside six month smiles and removable appliances are all available to transform a smile into a more straight and aligned one. Patients should work with their dentist to discover what brace would be the best fit for their smile and lifestyle. The next section of this article will run through what patients should do next if they want to straighten their smile.
What should I do next?
If a patient thinks that one of these braces could be a good fit for them, their smile and the life that they lead, then they should consider getting in touch with Aura Dental to discuss their options moving forward to a straighter and healthier looking smile. A straighter smile is automatically one that is more healthy. This is because a straighter smile can be cleaned with more ease and so will reduce the risk of cavities, gum disease and other issues linked with the teeth. Patients who are looking to straighten their teeth should work closely with their dentist to discuss which brace would be the best fit for them. Patients should also discuss with their dentist how to best care for the smile both during and after their treatment. This will allow patients to keep their new smile as healthy looking as possible and give them a whole new lease of confidence. Patients who are looking to improve the look of their smile should show no hesitation in getting the help that they both need and deserve.