Millions of people around the world use braces to beautify the teeth. You need braces if you want to align and straighten the teeth of your child. The Lingual Braces are the latest option. Continue reading to know the cost, benefits, results, side effects, procedure, and more.
What are Lingual Braces?
With so many options available for those who want their teeth straightened, it can be challenging to find the treatment that is right for you. If you are worried about the cosmetic appearance of braces, then Lingual Braces might be the answer to your prayers!
Results and Benefits
Discreet – The perfect choice for those in the public eye, or whose job requires a lot of public speaking.
Innovative – Created using state-of-the-art technology, these braces offer the latest and most effective methods of teeth straightening.
Accuracy – 3-D technology is used to ensure optimal precision and treatment outcomes.
Noticeable results – As the brace is positioned behind the teeth, it is easier to see the visible results as they occur.
Who is a Candidate?
You are a good candidate for the treatment if;
- You want to make the teeth attractive.
- You want to align and straighten the teeth.
- You have realistic expectations with the treatment results.
What is the Aim of Treatment?
The Lingual Braces aim at the following;
- To make your teeth attractive.
- To align and straighten the teeth.
How is the Treatment Performed?
Unlike all other traditional methods of teeth realignment, Lingual Braces are placed at the back of the teeth rather than the front. This allows them to offer all the benefits of fixed braces, but with the added bonus of being concealed behind your natural smile throughout the length of the treatment. After the customised brackets are created from an impression made from your teeth, the doctor will cement them to the back surfaces of the teeth using a special process.
From then, much like traditional braces, a gentle pressure will continually be applied to your teeth allowing them to slowly move into the desired position. The treatment time will vary in length depending on the individual patient’s requirements, and the severity of their misalignment.
All orthodontists do not offer the Lingual Braces treatment, as it requires additional training and technical expertise. Here at Euromed, our dentists are fully qualified in all of the latest orthodontic practices and are truly experts in Lingual Braces. If you want to have the picture-perfect smile without sacrificing any of your self-confidence, then this is the right treatment for you. Call Euromed today to book your consultation and find out how Lingual Braces work.
How to Prepare for the Treatment?
It is not difficult to prepare for it. All you need is to follow the simple instructions from the doctor. Following the guidelines of the dentists will help you get better results.
Post-Op Care and the Recovery Time
The recovery time is short and the patient will be able to continue the routine activities. Following the guidelines of the dentists will help you get better results.
Cost of Lingual Braces
The cost of Lingual Braces is different for different people. Actually, the cost depends on the issue, dentists’ expertise, and the clinic’s location. EuroMed Clinic Dubai prides itself on its competitive pricing structure. Call us or fill the short online form now and we will tell you what the treatment price would be in your case.
Are lingual braces permanent?
Yes, the lingual braces are permanently attached to the patient’s teeth. However, unlike traditional braces, lingual braces are attached to the backside of teeth. This means they are not visible when a person speaks, eats, or laughs. As a result, the patients will not have to be conscious of their facial appearance due to the presence of metal inside their mouths.
Do lingual braces hurt your tongue?
Just like any other treatment lingual braces will also cause soreness and discomfort in the beginning. The tongue will be the direct target in this case as lingual braces will be in direct contact with the tongue. However, the intensity of pain varies from patient to patient. For some, it may just be a dull ache while for others it may be significant. Moreover, patients also suffer from a lisp during the first few weeks until their tongue gets accustomed to the braces. This condition is not permanent and once the braces have had time to settle in, it will also fade.
Do lingual braces work faster?
The answer is no. Lingual braces in most cases take longer than traditional braces. The estimated treatment duration is around twelve months. Moreover, after every six to ten weeks, follow-up treatments are required. The reason behind the longer duration is that lingual braces require a more delicate and intensive treatment as compared to the traditional method.
What can you not eat with lingual braces?
With any type of braces, eating becomes difficult and it is no different with lingual braces. Any hard food will cause discomfort and frustration. It can get trapped in braces and even damage them. So, avoid eating hard and crunchy food items. The food items that require a lot of chewing and have the potential to stick, should also be avoided. Try to avoid food items such as raw vegetables, apples, nuts, pizza crust, hard rolls, candies, gums, and toffees. Softer food items such as boiled rice, pasta, cooked vegetables, bananas, and bread should be included in the patient’s diet.
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