Have you heard about the different alignment options for a straighter smile? If not, we have exciting news for you! If you are looking to align your smile, then it’s important to know which orthodontic treatment can work best for you! That is why our team is happy to help you out!
When it comes to aligning your smile with braces, your orthodontist, Dr. Sid Molayem with Beverly Hills Braces in Beverly Hills, California, will be able to suggest to you the kind that would work best for your personal needs. There are three common or widespread and very diverse types of braces. These include ceramic braces, traditional braces, and clear aligners to adjust your smile.
Clear aligners are exceptional systems, such as Invisalign® which works through a series of clear aligners that snap over your teeth making them discreet. These aligners are easy to use, and since they snap on and off, there is no food or drink restrictions. Traditionally, each aligner needs to be traded for a new one roughly every two weeks to keep your ideal alignment on track.
Ceramic braces are a compelling option for young adults because they are harder to see than traditional braces and blend into the teeth. These braces consist of brackets that bond to the individual tooth which pushes them into the ideal alignment.
Traditional braces are more conventional and consist of many rubber bands, wires, and brackets that are bonded to each separate tooth. These wires and brackets will move the teeth and jaw into the ideal alignment over time. This is a choice ubiquitous in young adults and teenagers.
Remember that not every kind of braces will work for every single person. However, depending on your needs, our orthodontist will be able to help you find the right braces for you.
As you can see, there are many options to improve the alignment of your teeth. If you are wondering which one is best for you, then please call us today at 310-278-9101, and our team is happy to set up an appointment for you to find out. We are always happy to help you with any questions or concerns you may have pertaining to your orthodontic care.