It might not be necessary to have a mouthful of unsightly wire and braces in order to have straight teeth and a renewed smile. Invisible braces, which boost physical and emotional confidence, are an attractive and barely noticeable alternative to traditional wire/bracket braces.
While traditional orthodontics is a preferable option for treating complex bite issues and some cases of misalignment, invisible braces can be used to treat the following conditions:
the abnormal overjet or overbite
Widely spaced or crowded teeth
Ceramic brackets, inner braces, and transparent aligners are popular styles of invisible braces in Pitampura. Similar to metal braces, ceramic braces straighten teeth by using tooth-colored brackets as opposed to metal. The tooth-colored ceramic, which is typically stain-free, "blends" with your teeth, making them less obvious than metal braces. Inside braces, also known as inside invisible braces, lingual braces, or "iBraces," and transparent aligners take therapy to the next level by rendering it almost undetectable.
Ceramic or "clear" braces are constructed from composite materials that are less durable and more fragile than metal. Ceramic brackets are larger than metal brackets and need little rubber bands, or ligatures, to hold them to the arch wire (or built-in spring clips on "auto ligating" brackets).
Length of Treatment
Depending on your circumstances and the kind of invisible braces you're wearing, the course of treatment may take a while. Braces are typically worn for 18 to 24 months, though they may occasionally be worn for longer.
With clear aligners, different treatment timeframes apply. For instance, the average Invisalign treatment takes nine to fifteen months to complete, requiring 20 to 30 aligners for the upper and lower teeth. Depending on the individual alignment issue, Invisalign treatment timeframes range from 12 to 24 months. Therapy for moderate cases takes 32 steps of treatment, delivered in eight phases, while treatment for minor situations requires 12 steps of treatment, provided in three phases.