Dental braces are used in orthodontics to correct improper bites, align and straighten teeth. Dental braces provide an effective solution for conditions such as overbite, underbite, deep bite, unwanted spacing, improved facial structure and crowded teeth.
Orthodontic braces can be made from a variety of materials including traditional metal braces, ceramic braces or clear braces. The types of dental braces used in each case are determined after the patient's dental braces consult with one of our dental professionals at Norton Dental New Liskeard.
A wide variety of materials can be used to make orthodontic braces such as ceramic braces, clear braces, and traditional metal braces. During your initial consultation, our dental professionals will discuss the different types of dental braces and help you determine which one will best provide you with the results you are looking for.
The dental braces procedure is painless and simple. Once you have decided the treatment option best suited for you, one of our dentists will safely secure the brackets to each tooth's surface.
Damon braces use self-litigating brackets which open and close to hold the orthodontic wire in place rather than relying on the use of elastics.
At Norton Dental New Liskeard, our dental professionals have advanced training and expertise to provide exceptional results for even the most severe cases. We carefully monitor and control your treatment time to maximize each movement so that you can improve your smile in the most efficient way possible.
Dental braces treatment time is determined by the complexity of each case. Regardless of the dental braces you chose, our team of specialists will be sure your experience is as comfortable and convenient as possible.
Norton Dental New Liskeard offers affordable dental braces for patients of all ages. We routinely offer dental braces specials and dental braces promotions to make treatment more accessible to all patients. Dental braces cost will vary depending on the types of dental braces used, the complexity of each case and whether or not your case requires additional procedures for completion.