Are crooked teeth getting in the way of you having a good time? Maybe you’re shying away from the camera. Or fretting over what to order on the menu that won’t leave you with bits stuck in all those awkward places between your teeth. It’s time you stopped letting those teeth of yours ruin a perfectly good night out. It’s time to get clear braces in Clapham.
At Clapham South Dental Centre we want to make sure that when you smile, you do so with confidence. We understand how wonky teeth can make that a tall order. That’s why we provide a range of clear braces in Clapham to suit whatever your dental needs are. Mild to moderately misaligned teeth can be resolved at any age and with clear braces they can be resolved discreetly.
What are clear braces in Clapham?
Clear braces come in a variety of different forms: some are fixed and some are removable. All of them have discretion built into their design. With fixed clear braces, this often means clear brackets and tooth-coloured wires. With removable clear braces, this can mean no metal at all but clear plastic aligners.
Why get clear braces?
The cosmetic advantages of clear braces in Clapham are, for want of a better word, clear. But there are dental health benefits to be gained as well. Straighter teeth are easier to clean, as there are fewer places for food debris to get lodged and provide a feast for harmful bacteria. This means lower chances of tooth decay and gum disease. So not only do you get a better-looking smile, you also get a healthier one. That means less time spent at the dentist and more time spent out and about with your new smile on display.
Which clear braces should you choose?
This depends on the misalignment of your teeth and what your expectation and priorities are for teeth straightening. Do you just want to straighten out your front teeth, the ones that are most on view when you smile? Or do you want a more holistic treatment? Is speed your top priority, or discretion?
Have a think about these questions and then book a consultation with one of our dentists.