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Invisible Braces

invisible braces by Wortley Road Dental

Invisible braces have steadily grown in demand since the creation of orthodontics. Although the traditional version is still common, some patients find the appearance of metal braces too striking because they are darker and more apparent. Fortunately, we offer lingual braces (which are also made of wires and brackets) as another option. They have the same function as conventional aligners, but are “invisible” since they are attached at the back of the teeth. 

On the plus side, patients can undergo conventional orthodontic treatment with greater comfort and ease in cleaning their teeth. On the other hand, invisible braces are more difficult to maintain because you cannot see them well. This translates to more visits to the dentist for adjustments. However, each patient has a unique preference when it comes to managing their dental concerns.

At Wortley Road Dental, we understand the potential cause for feeling self-conscious when it comes to your teeth. Whether your teeth are crooked or have gaps between them, we have seen some individuals who are hesitant to even smile. But other people have expressed concern that traditional braces to fix these issues tend to be difficult to conceal from other people.

If you would like to straighten your teeth, or you have another dental condition that might require orthodontics, invisible braces may be a suitable and worthwhile alternative to their more conspicuous counterpart. Traditional braces are generally considered less attractive.

To learn more about the option of invisible braces, we strongly encourage you to contact our dental clinic. Our knowledgeable dentists and friendly staff will be happy to meet with you to discuss whether they will be suitable for you. We can also answer any questions you may have regarding this type of treatment. Call or email us today to schedule your appointment at Wortley Road Dental.

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Choosing a dental clinic can be challenging, especially when you have no idea what you are looking for. Look no further than Wortley Road Dental Clinic if you’re looking for a new dental clinic in your area.  To help you decide, here are the questions you can ask them.

What to ask

One of the most brilliant things you can do for your dental health is to be an active participant in your care. This means asking questions and getting all the information you need to make informed decisions about your oral health. 

1. Do you offer a wide range of services?

Dental clinics should provide a variety of dental services. It will be best to find a doctor who can provide treatments other than those you currently need.  This will save you time. In addition, you will not have to find a new dentist if your dental needs change.   

2. Are your dentists experienced?

When it comes to oral health, nothing beats experience. Expert dentists will provide more effective and desirable results. Moreover, you need to find someone who will offer accurate diagnosis and appropriate solutions to your dental problems.

3. How accessible is your dental clinic?

Being busy can make it hard to schedule a dentist appointment. Therefore, choose a clinic near your residence or workplace. In this way, you can maximize your time without sacrificing other priorities. 

4. Can I use my insurance policy to pay for your dental services?

You should verify that the dentist on your list accepts your dental insurance. You should also ask them about their payment policy and structure. By doing so, you will know ahead of time what the billing procedure will be if you decide to seek care from that dentist. 

Contact us today

Our dentists understand that dental visits can be stressful, but we want you to feel comfortable and relaxed. Whether you need a routine cleaning or more extensive care, schedule an appointment with your London dentist. 

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