What are Damon Braces?
Damon Braces are self-litigating, which means that they move with your teeth to bring them into a more uniform alignment. This results in fewer dental visits and virtually no adjusting of wires or brackets. The brackets themselves are clear, allowing you to benefit from a virtually invisible orthodontic method. Damon Braces are ideal for teens and adults who are looking for a quicker way to straighten their teeth.
Why might you need Damon Braces?
You might need Damon Braces because your teeth are crooked or crowded. The braces can even help with under bites and over bites. You may choose this option because the brackets themselves are invisible to the naked eye. The treatment for Damon Braces takes less time than traditional braces and most patients have found that these braces are less painful.
What makes you a good candidate for Damon Braces?
To determine if you’re a good candidate for Damon Braces, you’ll need to come in for a consultation. This option is ideal for teens and adults who are ready to transform their smile. The results from using Damon Braces are lasting and beautiful, allowing you to feel confident in your smile. Most people who want Damon Braces are good candidates for this type of orthodontic treatment.
What can be expected with Damon Braces?
Your orthodontic treatment will begin with a consultation and series of x-rays. This allows us to create a specialized treatment plan just for you. From there, we will carefully place the clear brackets onto your teeth and secure the wire. The braces are self-litigating, which means they will move and adjust with your teeth as they begin to shift. There are fewer in-office appointments needed when wearing Damon Braces, so you can benefit from the convenience of this particular option. You will find that Damon Braces offer quicker and more lasting results than some other methods.
If you’re interested in Damon Braces or just want to inquire more about this treatment, call our office and one of our friendly staff members can further assist you.
All services are performed by a general dentist.