Spotlight on Incognito Braces

August 30, 2012
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If you’re worried about the look of traditional metal braces, you have many other options today when choosing to undergo orthodontic treatment. One such option is Incognito braces , which are attached to the backs of your top and bottom teeth, rendering them completely hidden when you eat, speak, and smile. They are completely customized braces to address your specific needs and offer quicker, more comfortable results with less discomfort and speech interference than traditional braces affixed to the front of your teeth.

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Candidates for Incognito Braces
Incognito braces can be used to correct most malocclusions. They are appropriate for patients whose tooth alignment can be corrected by traditional wire and bracket braces—if you can wear traditional braces, you can wear Incognito braces. Additionally, because they are completely hidden, Incognito braces offer patients confidence during their orthodontic treatment, especially for adults who want the benefits of orthodontic treatment without the appearance of traditional braces. No one will know you’re wearing braces, but they will be able to see your straight, confident smile once treatment is complete.

Customizing Incognito Braces
Using advanced 3M technology, Incognito braces are designed using a model of your mouth that is made from a dental impression and scanned into a computer. The braces are made to fit only your mouth and encourage tooth movement in the most efficient manner. This allows you to achieve a straighter smile with more speed and comfort than traditional braces.

Seligman Orthodontics on Park Avenue is one of New York’s premier providers of 3M Incognito braces. If you’re considering braces but worried about smiling while you have them, schedule an appointment with Dr. David Seligman to find out why you can stop worrying today. For more information, visit us on the Web or call us at (888) 785-6413.

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