Seeing through teeth straightening with clear braces in Birmingham
What if we told you that you could get your teeth straightened and carry on living your life just as you are now?
You could go to work and attend important meetings without compromising on your professional image. You could go to parties, meet interesting people and talk to them without them being distracted by what you’ve got on your teeth. You could have entire conversations all the time that never once stray into the realms of braces.
It may sound too good to be true, but this is what awaits you when you decide to get your teeth straightened with clear braces in Birmingham from St Pauls Square Dental Practice.
We are an accredited Invisalign provider. If you have never heard of Invisalign, you’re going to be a bit surprised to know that more than 6 million people around the globe have already had their teeth successfully straightened with this method.
You’ve probably even had long chats with some of them, maybe a work colleague or a social contact. You have never heard of Invisalign because clear braces in Birmingham are pretty much impossible to spot once they are in place.
No brackets or wires
There are no brackets and wires with Invisalign, just smooth, transparent plastic that is so thin that once the aligners are in place over your teeth, even you are going to have a hard time seeing them. These mouth guard-style devices hug your teeth and your gum line like a second, transparent layer of enamel.
Unlike mouth guards though, these clear braces in Birmingham have precision-placed pressure points inside to gently shift your teeth to where they need to be. You wear a series of aligners, each for 7-10 days, moving from one to the next once the pressure wears off.
You take them out for eating, drinking anything but plain water, and for cleaning. This hassle-free regime takes a year on average to complete, and during that time it will seem as if your teeth are moving gradually all by themselves.
Come on in for a free consultation and find out if Invisalign will work for you.