A clear view even with braces

It can be strangely fascinating to see a grown adult with metal braces all over their teeth. Have you ever found yourself unable to stop staring at someone who is clearly long out of full-time education and yet is wearing the full train track look? Don’t you wish you could look away? Don’t you wish you could ask them what could be so horribly wrong with their teeth that even now they still have braces on? Have they been wearing braces for 15 years instead of the usual 2?

Clear Braces in ClaphamImagine now being that poor person. You can bet your boots that you’re not the only person who can’t stop staring at them, wanting to know their story. And if you are in need of braces yourself, imagining being that person is enough to put you off. Thankfully, with clear braces in Clapham at Clapham South Dental centre you never have to be that person. Instead, you can glide through your treatment knowing that your clear braces in Clapham, blend in with your teeth and people have to get pretty close to you to spot them. And when they do, they will see subtle, attractive braces that look more like mouth jewellery than a straightening device.

How clear braces in Clapham work

You can choose between fixed and removable braces. The fixed braces work on the front 6-8 teeth only. These teeth have only one root and are therefore easier to move. With smaller forces required, the brackets are smaller (and made of clear ceramic) and the wires are finer too (and coated in a tooth-coloured material). These braces work best on mild to moderate misalignment issues and take only a few months to do so.

Our removable clear braces look more like mouth guards. Made of very thin, transparent plastic, they pretty much become invisible when you put them on over your teeth. You take them out for eating and cleaning but you must wear them for at least 22 hours a day to stay on schedule with treatment. The average treatment time for these aligners is one year.

Both kinds of clear braces in Clapham require you to wear a retainer for an indefinite period after straightening is completed.