Simply Orthodontics in Melbourne offer a range of adult orthodontic treatments
Much like the rest of the medical world, orthodontic treatments have come a long way in recent times. There is now a myriad of ways to deal with your different dental concerns. Gone are the days where the only treatment available was traditional metal braces. Depending on your preferences and orthodontic problems, we have an array of options to choose from.
As these orthodontic treatments have become much more accessible, many adults are now taking the opportunity to straighten their smile. Traditional braces are now quite common in adults the world over as they are now much more discreet.
What Are My Adult Orthodontics Treatment Options?
In the last few years, there has been a significant rise in the popularity of adult orthodontics. This is namely due to the sheer number of options available and the new technology making them more discreet. But, with so many options available it’s often more difficult for adults to choose the treatment they believe is right for them. Like the humans that own them, smiles are unique. Treatment needs to be tailored to the needs of each patient and this is often why it is so difficult to put a fixed price on the costs of any given treatment plan and the time it takes to complete.
The simplest, quickest way to make a decision about your oral health is to always consult with the people who know best – us. Meeting with your orthodontist will help to give you experienced advice on the correct course of action and will have your best interest at heart. Here are some of the possibilities you can have to straighten your wayward teeth:
- Traditional Metal Braces: The most common of all adult orthodontic treatments, traditional metal braces are used to correct the overall structure of your smile
- Ceramic Braces: Essentially, they are the more discreet version of traditional braces and their colour can be matched to your teeth to make them even less noticeable
- Lingual Braces: The beauty of lingual braces lies in their science. They are able to address the very same concerns as traditional and ceramic braces but are attached to the back of your teeth
- Invisalign: The Invisalign treatment uses a set of removable, tailor-made clear plastic aligners that use their unique SmartForce technology to gradually shift your teeth into the desired position. Virtually invisible, they are a great way to straighten your smile (but unfortunately aren’t suitable for some patients).