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One of the top reasons why people don’t like their smile is because they have crooked teeth. Although it’s easy to fix misalignments, lots of people aren’t comfortable with getting traditional braces, which are usually made of metals. Whether you feel like you’re too old to have braces or you don’t want to have a mouth full of metal, the good news is that there are plenty of great alternatives to braces you can consider.

Do you want to know the best way to straighten teeth without braces? Keep reading to learn about 4 impressive alternatives.

1. Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces are incredibly similar to traditional metal braces except that they use brackets that are either clear or tooth-colored so that they can easily blend in, making them barely visible.

Metal and Ceramic Braces: Can you spot the difference?

2. Lingual Braces

Lingual braces are similar to traditional braces except for that instead of the brackets and wires being placed on the front of the teeth; they are placed behind the teeth, making them invisible.
Lingual Braces

3. Clear plastic aligners

Plastic aligners are becoming more popular amongst adults dental patients because they work faster than traditional braces and they are convenient to wear.
Clear Aligner for straightening of teeth

Aligner is a popular alternative for many good reasons. Aside from being completely clear, aligners can also be taken out at any time. This is a huge benefit because you’ll be able to eat, drink, brush, and floss without having to work around your aligner.

4. Dental veneers

Dental Veneer


Dental veneers are also known as porcelain veneers and can be used when a dental patient is in need of minimal teeth straitening. Any number of porcelain shells can be carefully bonded to the teeth to make the teeth look straighter, and they can also cover up any tooth imperfections.

If can’t bear the sight of metal braces in your mouth, discuss any of the aforementioned options with your dentist. However, the suitability of the options for you depends on the severity of the crooked set of teeth.

Kling Orthodontics

Elmens

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