If you are struggling with dental problems that have pushed your teeth out of alignment, orthodontic treatment offers you a solution. It doesn’t matter if you are a teen or an adult. It is never too late to straighten your teeth for more self-confidence about your appearance and improved oral health.
When it comes to choosing the best form of treatment for you, the options are wide open. There have been many advances in the field of orthodontics, giving you more than one choice when it’s time for braces. You can choose between traditional braces or ceramic braces. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. Weigh your options before you make your final decision to move forward with treatment.
Traditional braces refer to the metal wires and brackets that first come to mind when you think about orthodontic treatment. They’ve changed over the years, and the brackets are more compact now. As an added bonus, wires that are activated by the heat of your mouth are used to shift your teeth more effectively. This is usually the least expensive route for braces. However, you are going to notice them when you look in the mirror.
Ceramic braces use the same approach as traditional braces except that they are clear or the same color as your teeth. You can even opt for wires that blend in with your teeth. If you’re looking for orthodontic treatment that is not as noticeable, this may be the solution for you. Ceramic braces will cost more than traditional braces.
You also need to take great care with what you eat and drink; otherwise, you could stain your brackets. At that point, they would become extremely noticeable.
Talk with Us About Your Options
Before you make any decision concerning orthodontic treatment, you should make an appointment with Ragan Orthodontics. We will be able to evaluate your teeth to determine the treatment plan that is most effective for you. Straighten your teeth with traditional or ceramic braces and you will be giving yourself a present that will keep on giving as you enjoy a set of strong, beautiful teeth through the years. Contact us today for your consultation.