Ceramic Advanced Clarity Braces
Many people would like straighter teeth but not everybody feels comfortable wearing conspicuous metal braces. Ceramic braces are a popular alternative since they are just as effective but much less noticeable.
Imagine, no more hiding behind closed-lip smiles. Clarity Advance Ceramic Braces can give you the conﬁdence you need to ﬂash an amazing smile, both during treatment and after. The translucent ceramic material blends with the colour of your teeth and will resist staining or discolouration throughout your treatment. With its small, low-proﬁle design, Clarity Advance Braces are virtually unnoticeable, making them perfect for patients of any age who are looking for the conﬁdence and the freedom to smile on any occasion.
Ceramic Advanced Clarity Braces FAQ
The unique features of Clarity Advance Braces give you and your orthodontist the opportunity to create a smile that can last a lifetime by offering:
. Translucent material that blends with your teeth, providing virtually unnoticeable treatment and allowing you to smile conﬁdently
. A unique system that is easily applied and removed by your orthodontist, allowing you to focus on the new you, not the process
,A small design featuring rounded corners to reduce irritation and rubbing
. Made of innovative new ceramic material for an attractive appearance
. Resist staining and discolouration throughout treatment
. Designed to blend with natural tooth colour
. Ultra-small translucent brackets
Do Ceramic Braces Ruin? They may stain despite being clear and less noticeable. The clear brackets will not stain because they are discoloration resistant. The clear elastic bands that hold the brackets together are prone to staining.
Dark-colored beverages, such as coffee, tea, red wine, and soda, can stain your braces’ brackets and bands. They can also discolour your teeth. If you must drink coffee, tea, red wine, or soda, rinse your mouth with water or mouthwash afterward.
Treatment with metal braces can range from less than a year to three years on average. It all comes down to how severe the patient’s malocclusion is (bite problems). The treatment time for ceramic braces is comparable, as the process can take anywhere from a year to three years.