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Ceramic & Clear Braces

Ceramic braces, ortherwise known as clear braces, are a great alternative to traditional metal braces and move teeth faster than most clear aligners such as Invisalign.

Not everyone likes the look of traditional metal braces. For some, sporting a silver smile just isn’t ideal. However, sometimes there are orthodontic abnormalities that require the power of traditional braces over clear aligners. For individuals who need both the power of traditional braces and a more discreet look, Orthoroks Orthodontics offers ceramic braces.

What are ceramic braces?

These braces have brackets that are colored to blend in with the teeth. While they are not fully invisible, they are much less visible than metal brackets.

What are the benefits of ceramic braces?

They are a great option for patients who are seeking significant improvements to their smiles but may feel uncomfortable with the prospect of traditional metal braces. Ceramic braces function the same way as their metal counterparts, using the same concept of brackets and archwires. There is also research suggesting that ceramic braces lead to less plaque accumulated on patients’ teeth than those with metal brackets.

Is the process painful?

There will be sensation of pressure and discomfort for the first few days


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