Let’s face it, we all tend to find imperfections about our appearances. Unfortunately, our teeth tend to be one of the main points of focus. Whether this is due to the colouring, their size, cracks, chips or perhaps because they are missing altogether, not having the perfect smile can really damage your self-confidence. You deserve to feel beautiful and have perfectly straight teeth. This article will show you exactly how to do this.
As youngsters, none of us liked using braces when it came to straightening our teeth. It was a little embarrassing to go around with them hooked on to us, especially when they caused food to become wedged around the teeth. That’s why you may want to try out an alternative form of braces. One of the most effective forms of braces are known as Lingual Braces, aka. invisible braces. They are invisible because they are fitted over the back of the teeth and are practically impossible to see. They do the same job as normal braces do but are able to be kept out of sight. However, keep in mind that these braces may also cause similar effects to normal braces, including tooth and gum pain and potential speech impediments.
If you are looking for a quicker way to gain that perfect smile, you may want to consider looking into an Inman Aligner treatment, such as an Inman Aligner from Ten Dental. This is a straightening treatment that can get your pearly whites looking smashing within 6 – 16 weeks. Basically, the treatment will involve placing a clear bar on the outside of the front teeth, as well as a spring. This will allow for a gentle pressure to be asserted on the teeth. That way they can be slowly squeezed into a straighter shape. This procedure may be new but it is entirely safe. Both the front and back of the teeth are completely supported and people will barely notice the bar thanks to its discolouration. Just keep in mind that this procedure Is solely for patients who have mildly crooked teeth. It should not be used if you believe that your teeth need a slower solution to be made into the perfect shape.
An alternative to braces is available in the form of a retainer. A clear plastic strip, with indents within it that are the same size as your teeth, can be fitted over your teeth and kept there to assist with the tooth straightening process. You can choose to have your retainer as permanent or removeable. Some people even decide to use a mixture of two, using a permanent retainer on the bottom teeth and a removable set for the top. Whilst they can be fitted using wire on the teeth, keep in mind that if you take them out, they may become easily lost and may also require frequent cleaning. If you forget to use them then this may result in the process becoming delayed. However, they do make a fantastic alternative to braces and can be easily adjusted to suit the sort of tooth shape that would suit your mouth. This means that you will experience less pain throughout the process.