Are you a good fit for ceramic braces?
You may not want the typical nickel materials and colorful bands as a teenager or adult. Our orthodontists at Hanigan & Johnson offer clear ceramic braces to give you a more subtle way to achieve a sparkling smile.
Often, clear aligners are the top choice for individuals who want a more discreet treatment option. However, some patients need traditional braces for their alignment. Clear bracket braces are an excellent choice for children, teens and adults alike who want to treat issues such as overbites, underbites, misplaced teeth and more in an unnoticeable way.
In some cases, the metal materials from traditional braces may stain your teeth. With proper care, clear ceramic braces ensure your teeth stay sparkling throughout the treatment with proper care.
Ceramic braces are excellent for individuals who don’t want to remove and change clear aligners. Once the orthodontist attaches the brackets to your teeth, they stay there until your teeth are straight.
More unnoticeable appearance
All ages can benefit from adjusting their teeth with braces. Clear braces enable you to maintain your professional appearance and enjoy a less apparent treatment option.
First, we assess your teeth’s state and see how we can achieve the best result. During this free consultation, we will explain how we plan to adjust your teeth and the helpful payment plans we have available.
The installation process involves attaching ceramic brackets to your teeth, adding an archwire that will move them into the correct positions and affixing elastic bands that keep the wire in place.
Once our orthodontists confirm that your teeth are in place, we will remove the clear bracket braces and you can enjoy your new and improved smile.
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At Hanigan & Johnson Orthodontics, our board-certified orthodontists and our highly-trained team have the expertise and equipment to help you achieve the smile of your dreams. We offer clear braces, along with other types of braces, at our offices in Tomball, Magnolia and Woodforest, Texas.