Lingual Braces In dubai
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What are the benefits of invisible braces?
Invisible or Incognito™ braces offer a lot of benefits for its patients. Here are some of the reasons why these lingual braces are among the most preferred orthodontic treatments:
Most frequent questions and answers
- Your specialist orthodontist will begin by examining your dental condition and take impressions of your teeth.
- The impressions and the prescription will be sent to Incognito™ Appliance System laboratories for the creation of your custom-made lingual braces.
- A professional lab technician will custom-made your invisible braces through computer-aided design, 3D printing technology and robotics. Each gold bracket is designed with absolute precision and well-polished so it doesn’t hurt your gums.
- Your orthodontist will place the braces on you to start your treatment.
- Overbite – Your upper front teeth overlap with your lower front teeth.
- Underbite – Your lower front teeth are protruding when you close your mouth.
- Crossbite– Some of your upper teeth are overlapping inside your lower teeth when you close your mouth.
- Gap Teeth – You have an extra space between two or more of your teeth.
- Open Bite – Your upper and lower teeth don’t touch each other when your mouth is closed.
- Crowded Teeth – You do not have enough room in your jaw for your teeth to fit normally. Teeth can crowd together, overlap and twist, or sometimes get pushed to the front or the back.
Like other orthodontic treatments, lingual braces need proper maintenance through oral care and hygiene to keep your treatments and teeth in great shape. Follow some of these tips:
- Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to clean your teeth surface and the hidden part of your teeth where your braces are located.
- Floss at least twice a day. Make sure that you thread the string beneath the main wire to avoid the floss getting stuck in your braces. There are dental floss made especially for patients with orthodontic treatments.
- If you have the means, you can use a water flosser to get rid of any food stuck around your braces.
- Have regular checkups with your orthodontist to check your progress and have your lingual braces adjusted periodically.