If you’re looking for a more cosmetically appealing alternative to traditional orthodontic treatment, you may be interested in our ceramic braces. Instead of metal wires and colored brackets, ceramic braces are created using plastic, ceramic, and other clear materials. Ceramic braces are more discreet than traditional braces and blend in more with your natural teeth.
The Benefits of Ceramic Braces:
- Effective Straightening – Ceramic braces will straighten your teeth and fix any misalignment issues that may be interfering with your bite or causing discomfort.
- Improved Health – After treatment, your teeth will be easier to clean and maintain, and your smile will be less likely to develop dental problems.
- Improved Comfort – The brackets Dr. Jeff Trapnell and his team utilize are smaller and less cumbersome than past brackets for a more comfortable fit during your treatment. After your treatment is over, you’ll be able to smile, speak, and eat more comfortably with a properly aligned bite.
- Clear Braces – Patients love ceramic braces because they provide the benefits of traditional braces combined with the added benefit of greater cosmetic appeal. Ceramic braces will blend in with your teeth to straighten teeth more discretely. Many people won’t even notice that you’re wearing braces.
- Confidence – Because ceramic braces are clearer and less noticeable, patients can feel less self conscious about drawing attention to their teeth and more confident in social situations.
Ceramic braces are not as strong as stainless steel braces, and patients who choose this treatment will have to be more careful and take extra care. However, with care and proper maintenance, ceramic braces are an excellent option for orthodontic treatment that can help you achieve the straight, stunning smile you’ve always wanted. Ceramic braces are especially great for adult patients who are deterred from traditional treatment because of the appearance of wire braces.
To find out more about ceramic braces, contact Dr. Jeff Trapnell at his office today.