The journey to adulthood is not easy with all the social factors such as social mediamonitoring every move a teenager makes and bombarding them with perfect Snapchat images of celebrities and peers. So asking a teenager to wear braces on top of this pressure can be an impossible ask. However, thanks to developments in braces design, it is now possible for teenagers to be fitted with invisible braces. Clapham offers access to all the latest trends in fashion for teenagers, especially with its quick access into the City, so it’s great to hear the latest trends in dentistry are also available for the image conscious teenager.
In Clapham, invisible braces styles no longer hinder street cred
Thanks to really clever design and changes in technology braces are almost invisible. There are 2 types of invisible or clear braces: fixed or removable. Both type sare available at good dentists such as Clapham South Dental Centre.
Fixed braces come in various style and types to suit patients’ needs and budgets. Some are fixed using clear or tooth-coloured brackets and wires, while others are metal in colour but nonetheless discreet as they sit behind the teeth; in either case the braces are rendered almost invisible. The type used depends on the desired end result, which a dentist will be able to advise parents and teenagers on so they cans elect the right invisible braces in Clapham for the job.
These clever braces are actually aligners. Using the latest in pin point 3D printing a set of Invisalign aligners are produced as part of a treatment plan. Made from clear plasticmakes them almost invisible.The aligners fit snuggly over teeth without the use of wires or brackets and so are easily removable for eating, drinking and cleaning. The aligners are replaced every 7-10 days for the next in the series, until the final result is achieved.
With all of these options, it’s easy to see that the latest trends in dentistry might just be the saving grace for teenagers in Clapham, invisible braces really do produce happy smiles ready for posting to social media.