What makes a good orthodontist? Having dental problems can be uncomfortable, frustrating, and sometimes painful. It can also lower your self-esteem because it might affect your appearance. If you relate to this situation, the best person to go for help is an orthodontist.
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.
After looking at your eyes, most people then shift their focus on your teeth. This goes to show why you need them white and straight as well as perfectly alighted in the mouth if you are to create a lasting impression with your acquaintances. At times, however, you don’t need your braces showing and preceding or inhibiting your smile and thus the need for lingual braces. But are they healthy for damaged and chipped tooth or do you need first to correct the broken tooth? To help understand why you need the lingual instead of traditional braces, here is a guide on the application and suitability of these dental braces.
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 in the field of orthodontics. Read on and learn about Dr. Tisseront, a founding member of ELOS and Northern Virginia’s leading Orthodontist.
Orthodontic experts are always trying to seek new ways to move teeth faster and more efficiently. Recently, lingual braces have had technological advancements propelling them to the forefront of treatments that are both invisible and can be faster than traditional braces. Lingual braces are placed on the inside surface of a patient’s teeth, making the treatment invisible. So unless you choose to share, no one else will know that you’re undergoing orthodontic treatment while wearing lingual braces.
What are Lite Lingual Braces? Advancements in Lingual braces have come leaping into the forefront of orthodontics lately and for good reason. Lingual braces allow you to perfect your smile without anyone knowing about it since they are attached to the backside of your teeth.
A New Form of Invisible Braces Made Possible by Robotic technology
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.
There are a few options available that make braces less noticeable. However, there is only one type of truly invisible braces: lingual braces. Due to the many recent advances in orthodontics, patients now have the option to choose lingual braces. Lingual braces cannot be seen by others as they are completely hidden and placed behind the teeth. Read more
Lingual braces, or braces that are placed on the inside of your teeth, are as effective as traditional braces and have the advantage of being much more discreet. Read more