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Where Do Lingual Braces Fit In With [Today’s] Orthodontist?

UPDATED 29-12-18

A Little Historical Perspective – Braces on teeth did not begin when you or your friends were teenagers with “platinum smiles.” Today’s orthodontists come from a long history of success in adjusting teeth for beauty and practical daily function.

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Lingual Braces (and the Role of Orthodontic Robots)

UPDATED 29-11-18

Robots. A New Form of Invisible Braces Made Possible by Robotic technology. Firstly, Custom lingual braces are one of the newest forms of braces available today.  Similar to Invisalign and clear ceramic braces, they fall into the category of Invisible Braces. They are clearly the most invisible option on the market today.  The growth of robotic technology has not overlooked the world of dentistry. Neither has the growth of CAD/CAM imaging technology or 3D printing. The creation of custom lingual braces uses all three.

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Lingual Dental Braces [What are They?]

UPDATED 11-07-18

Today, patients are concerned with the after appearance of an orthodontic treatment than ever. Since the introduction of Invisalign aligners, more patients have shown interest in such treatment because aligners straighten teeth without the need for visible braces. Unfortunately not every teeth problem can be corrected with plastic aligners. Despite being in the market for decades, the aligners still look like braces. Recently, technology facilitated a third option; lingual dental braces. Read more

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The [FIRST] Elite Lingual Orthodontist Meeting

Proudly presenting pictures from our first ever – ELOS Elite Lingual Orthodontists Meet-up – Miami Fl. 2/16/18

At ELOS we take our role as industry leaders seriously. Our only goal is to provide patients with the best orthodontic options possible. With the advent of lingual technology, you can rest assured of invisibility never seen before in this industry.  Here are some pictures of our meeting.

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How to Alleviate Discomfort [with Lingual Braces]

The standard braces everyone is used to seeing are metallic. They also run through the front of the teeth. Persons who wear these braces are, at times, self-conscious and might be seen covering their mouths with hands when smiling or laughing.

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When Can I Get My [Lingual] Braces?

The most natural gift you can bless a stranger with is a smile, and not just any smile, but a good and beautiful smile. Smiles have a unique way of making an individual more confident and happy. This type of dental braces are devices used by a dental expert or an orthodontist to straighten teeth and maintain beautiful mouths. Nowadays, this device is placed behind the teeth to ensure maximum straightening as well as concealing the braces (cosmetic advantage). Therefore, to improve your natural smile, then dental braces are the best option for you.

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Elos Spotlight (Proudly Presents) – Owen & Timock

Elos has members from across the USA and Canada. In our monthly Spotlight series, we present each member, giving the spotlight to their personality and expertise Orthodontics. Read on and learn about Dr. Brandon Owen and Adam Timock at Owen & Timock, expert orthodontists in Colorado.

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Disguise Your Treatment With [Lingual Braces]

Disguise Your Treatment With Lingual Braces

When we think of getting our teeth straightened, a full mouth of metal comes to mind. This is because for years that was the most effective way to achieve straight teeth. Wearing braces meant having to grin and bear noticeable metal brackets and wires throughout the duration of your treatment. Fortunately, those days are over.  Read more

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What are Lingual Braces? [Facts and Myths]

What are Lingual Braces. For many adults who had braces in their youth, the experience is still associated with unpleasant memories. Traditional braces can be painful, annoying and carry a social stigma. They make brushing difficult, are prone to trapping food, and may irritate the inner lining, or mucosa, of the mouth. Overall, traditional braces are an unattractive prospect for both teens and adults.  Read more

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An Orthodontic Revolution Is Here

Orthodontic braces have been given a hard time over the years and not without good reason. Despite the fact that they continue to do a great job of straightening teeth, many teenagers tremble when their orthodontist suggests braces. Read more