3 Ways To Straighten Your Teeth

3 Ways To Straighten Your Teeth

Aug 01, 2019

Getting a straighter tooth would help you have a more appealing smile along with improved oral health. Even if you had braces when you are a kid there are chances that you are teeth might have shifted or got misaligned. Earlier that used to be only limited options to get straighter teeth. But now due to advancements in technology and researchers, there are more options available for creating a beautiful smile.

Traditional Braces

Whenever you hear the word braces, an image pops off in your mind. It is the image of wired braces. It is not what it used to be. Although it is still made up of brackets and wires, the brackets are smaller and you have more options and choices in color. These choices are majorly recommended for children. As kids need the motivation to get their teeth fixed.

Invisalign

It is a revolutionary way in the cosmetic industry to straighten your teeth. Instead of brackets, the patient is given an aligner which is removable and made up of plastic. The patient needs to wear it from around 20 to 22 hours a day. Because the liners in Invisalign are clear, it is a popular choice amongst adult. Most patients are asked to wear 22 to 30 liners over a period of a year to a year and a half.

Complete makeover

Porcelain veneers are a quick fix for moderately crooked. It is used to enhance your smile by improving the size and shape of your teeth. Porcelain shells are fitted over the natural teeth. This is an instant fix. But it requires removal of a thin layer of enamel so that Veneers can be fixed over the existing teeth.

If you or someone that you know of needs straighter teeth, book an appointment by calling Bronxville dentistry now. We have expert cosmetic surgeons who will help you understand exactly what your problem is and give you the solutions accordingly. Also, you can ask as many questions as you want. We always appreciate curious patients as they are the ones who really want to know how the treatment is going to be performed on them.