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Invisible Orthodontics

Have you often wondered what it would feel like to flash a smile and captivate those around you? Have you often dreamed of having your smile compared to that of a Hollywood star? 

If the answer is ‘Yes’, then consider cosmetic dentistry. Over the years, cosmetic dentistry has searched for innovative and effective ways to enhance your teeth. 

INCOGNITO is the first totally individual bracket system for invisible lingual orthodontics and not only offers a new variety of treatment possibilities to the orthodontist but also the highest patient comfort that is technically possible - that reduces tongue irritations and speech problems and shortens the time necessary to get used to your braces.

"Lingual" comes from Latin and means „on the side towards the tongue“. Lingual orthodontics refers to the correction of malaligned teeth by means of fixed appliances (braces) bonded to the inner side of the teeth. So correct tooth positioning can be achieved without the braces being seen. 

There is no age limit, provided the periodontal tissues are fundamentally intact, i.e. the teeth are still relatively firmly fixed in the bone. It is quite common to believe that braces are only suitable for children and adolescents. People tend to think, "It's too late for me anyway", but they are often mistaken. Even patients in their sixties can be treated efficiently with fixed lingual appliances. 

Invisible orthodontics use invisible braces. They are also known as Invisalign and are a new trend in tooth alignment correction. For the average patient, it means freedom from the horror of braces.

The invisible brace system is a series of clear plastic aligners that gradually achieve the same result of metal braces. The plastic is nearly invisible and can be removed when the patient wishes to eat or chew gum. Oral hygiene is made easier with invisible braces because you can still brush and floss without obstruction by removing the braces. 

Today, over 100,000 people are using invisible braces, and the number grows every day.  Though invisible braces will never replace metal braces fully, the majority of patients should be eligible for invisible braces while only severe cases will require metal braces. 

Imagine a perfect smile without the prolonged period of sharp metal and wires in your mouth. That’s what invisible braces promise. Consult an orthodontist certified with the Invisalign system today and get on the road to great teeth without the ordeal of a metal mouth.

 
 
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