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Need Braces? You Have Options

If you’ve been tossing the idea around about getting braces and you live in Middlesex County, we want you to know that you have plenty of options!

Traditional Wire Braces

Traditional braces. Image source: Flickr

Traditional Braces

Traditional braces work for just about anyone. Whether your alignment needs are mild or severe, traditional orthodontic treatment can correct them. The length of treatment varies from patient to patient depending on the severity of their tooth misalignment.

Invisalign Invisible Braces

Invisalign braces. Image source: Flickr

Invisalign Orthodontic Aligners

Removable Invisalign braces are the “invisible” option when it comes to orthodontic therapy. These clear aligners guide your teeth into place without the need for brackets or wires. Since they are removable, you’re able to eat anything that you like and oral hygiene is a snap! If you want the most inconspicuous braces available, then Invisalign is the way to go.

Lingual Braces

Lingual braces are brackets and wires that are placed on the tongue-side of your teeth. This makes them invisible to everyone on the outside, but gives you the ability to correct significant orthodontic concerns. No one will ever see them. Your treatment will be similar to conventional orthodontic therapy, but with customized brackets for improved comfort and wear.

Clear Options

Tooth colored brackets work just like traditional braces, but they blend in with your teeth. If you look closely, you can still see them. However, in normal conversation with other people, hardly anyone will know that you’re even wearing braces.

Having a straighter smile isn’t just about looks – it also helps you keep your smile healthier. Straight teeth are easier to clean, making them less susceptible to gum disease, cavities, and tooth loss. Acton Concord Dental Group is one of Massachusetts leading orthodontic care providers for patients of all ages. If you’re looking at getting braces for yourself or your teen, visit our Middlesex county office for a consultation!

If you would like more information about your braces options, please contact the Acton Concord Dental Group at:

Acton Office
(978) 631-3011
418 Massachusetts Ave

Concord Office

(978) 369-2062
290 Baker Ave., S101

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