Get a confidence boost with braces in Colchester
There is a lot of pressure put on people in modern society to look a certain way. Having straight and healthy-looking teeth is definitely one of these pressures.
With faces of movie stars and models so much a part of our daily lives, it’s easy to feel like you could do with that extra boost when it comes to the appearance of your teeth.
One of the common issues adults have with the appearance of their teeth is how straight they are. More and more treatments have been offered over the years to correct misaligned teeth.
Here at Hello Dental we offer a few different types of braces that can fit most adult lifestyles.
Fastbraces is a revolutionary system that can straighten your teeth in just 3-12 months. These braces in Colchester are a more modern, technologically advanced system that doesn’t compromise the outcome for the sake of speed.
Fastbraces achieve this increase in efficiency by using triangular brackets on the teeth rather than the traditional square brackets. This means that the braces only require a single wire and don’t require any elastic bands at all.
These braces in Colchester can also be made from clear plastic and tooth-coloured ceramics that make them much less conspicuous in the mouth.
Smilelign does away with traditional braces altogether. This treatment uses clear plastic aligners that are slightly different in shape from one to the next. This slight difference in shape applies gentle pressure to the teeth, adjusting them over time.
The course of aligners is designed and manufactured using the latest 3D imaging technology before the treatment even starts. This means that you won’t have to return constantly return to the dentist for adjustments to your braces. In Colchester, you’ll just need to return for check-ups.
One of the biggest advantages to this system is that the aligners are removable making meal times much less of a hassle. You can even stick to your normal dental hygiene routine when you’re undergoing treatment.
The aligners are also transparent, making them virtually invisible when in the mouth. No one will notice you’re even having treatment, unless you tell them.