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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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Braces (Am I a Good Lingual Candidate?)

You may have heard of a new type of orthodontic treatment. It goes much the same as the traditional type; utilizing brackets and wires to move teeth into alignment. But, alas, these braces mentioned herein are placed on the rear side of the teeth. Yes. That’s the back of your teeth. Read on for the lowdown on whether you are a good lingual candidate.

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Lingual Braces (Discover The Amazing Truth)

UPDATED 29-9-18

Once upon a time, if you needed braces, you only had one option – the sort that tended to get kids called “metal mouth.” Made from metal, attached to the teeth and glaringly obvious, many people avoided this treatment despite its benefits for all ages. Advances in orthodontia mean that today you have multiple options, one of which is lingual braces. Read more

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Lingual Braces (Behind the Teeth Braces)

Lingual Braces: effective and discreet straightening with braces behind the teeth. There has come a time where you can straighten your smile and correct minor jaw alignment issues without anyone ever knowing. Certainly, there is a multitude of orthodontic treatments that you can use to achieve the desired result. That result is a smile worthy of your life. A smile you can be proud of and one to show off, instead of hiding your happiness behind your lips. The cherry on the cake is pictures of you without you hiding your teeth. Well…the time is indeed here for you to change your smile and do it without causing anyone to notice.

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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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What Makes a Good Orthodontist (7 ANSWERS)

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.

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5 Foods That Can Damage [Your Braces]

With the growth of technology, braces have become more popular. Now they are designed to be more sturdy, comfortable, and durable. However, you still need to take care of them if you want them to do their job properly. Once they are installed on your teeth, you might have to make some sacrifices and avoid certain foods.

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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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Must I Repair Teeth [before Orthodontics]

Before any form of dental treatment, oral hygiene should be of the highest standard. Orthodontics is a corrective option for people with misaligned, crooked, and overcrowded teeth. The Elite Lingual Orthodontic Study Club (ELOS) is a team of orthodontists with expertise in all types of braces and an extra specialty in lingual and can help you find the best option for you!

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Can I Still Get [Lingual] Braces With a Chipped Tooth?

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.

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