Are you looking for clear braces in Basingstoke? Maybe you should consider Six Month Smiles at Bounty Road Dental. As with traditional fixed braces, they can be used to correct crooked teeth, gapped or widely-spaced teeth, protruding teeth and many other common dental conditions.
However, unlike orthodox braces treatments, its approach is more focused on moving and improving the alignment of only the teeth that can be seen when you smile, rather than all of your teeth. Because of this difference in emphasis, Six Month Smiles clear braces in Basingstoke can be completed in ashorter time and atalower cost than traditional braces treatments.
At Bounty Dental Care, Six Month Smiles braces treatment time will fall within 4-9 months depending on the gravity of your dental condition to be corrected. On average, it will usually take just about six months, hence the name. In contrast, treatment with fixed traditional metal braces can take as long as 2-4 years before the desired results can be seen.
What to expect at your first visit
During your first visit for your clear braces in Basingstoke you will be given a full dental check-up. We will take photographs, X-rays and otherwise examine and evaluate the condition of your smile. Based on our assessment, we will also give you an indication as to whether or not the Six Month Smiles procedure is suitable for you. If it is, we will inform you of the likely treatment time and costs involved. If you decide this is the right procedure for you, we can begin by fitting you with the Six Month Smiles clear brackets and barely visible tooth-coloured wires.
After the fitting, you will be asked to come back around twice a month until the end of your treatment for regular adjustments of your clear braces in Basingstoke. As with any braces treatment, there may be some discomfort experienced during the first few weeks following the fitting.
Initially, your speech may be affected. Don’t worry though, you will get used to the braces. In certain cases, we may advise you to take some mild over-the-counter painkillers like paracetamol during this adjustment period.