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Last Post 3/18/2016 5:05 AM by Nimita. 2 Replies.
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Nelsonn
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11/23/2010 9:26 PM
    Lingual orthodontics is a highly advanced technique, which involves correcting malaligned teeth by using braces which are not visible externally. Invisible Braces, the state-of-the-art design that offers an amazing technological advancement in orthodontic treatment, applied behind the teeth allow you to smile with confidence and are the truest Esthetic alternative to create a natural beautiful smile. Lingual braces are fixed braces bonded on the inside surfaces of the teeth and therefore are not visible to other people when you speak and smile. The procedure of installing the lingual (invisible) braces is painless and does not require any surgical operation. It takes 2 visits (about 3 to 5 days apart) to have the lingual braces bonded. During the first visit, an impression of your teeth will be taken to create a model of your teeth. A customized set-up of the lingual (invisible) braces on your model teeth is then made in the laboratory and this is then incorporated to a transfer tray.
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    4/25/2011 6:41 AM
    The obvious advantage of lingual braces is the fact that they are hidden, improving your smile cosmetically while you undergo dental treatment. The main problem facing any patient interested in using lingual braces is availability. Few dentists are fully trained in fitting and maintaining the braces, meaning a limited amount of qualified professionals are spread across the country. From a financial perspective, lingual braces can also prove extremely expensive. The main disadvantage for lingual braces is that they are not suitable for everyone; they will not work on people with certain bite problems or small teeth.
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    3/18/2016 5:05 AM
    The chief advantage of having lingual treatment lies in the fact that your braces are non visible. If someone carefully looks into your mouth they may catch a glimpse of your appliance (especially if you're wearing them on your lower teeth). But otherwise they're not easily detected. If you feel that wearing conventional braces would simply be too embarrassing, this is one of the "invisible" orthodontic methods that you might consider.
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