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The Benefits of Incognito Braces

Last updated 2 years ago

It used to be that if you wore braces, everyone you encountered would be able to tell. Now, with revolutionary Incognito braces, you don’t have to be embarrassed about showing off your smile. Read on to discover the benefits of Incognito braces, and talk to your orthodontist to see if they are right for you.

Unlike conventional metal braces, Incognito braces are applied to the backs of your teeth. Since they are behind your teeth, they will not show unless you let someone in on your secret. Metal braces can cause people of all ages to feel self-conscious, but with Incognito, you can feel free to be yourself.

All Incognito braces are unique to the individual wearer. After taking impressions of your teeth, a skilled technician will work with your orthodontist to determine the correct placement of Incognito. No two sets of teeth are alike, because Incognito brackets and wires are made specifically for the contours of your teeth.

Metal braces are effective, but can cause discomfort in many orthodontic patients. The brackets can irritate the lips and cheeks, and protruding wires may cause pain. Since Incognito braces are bonded behind your teeth, you don’t need to worry about annoying lip irritations. Incognito braces are also excellent for people who play wind instruments or play contact sports. Many Incognito wearers appreciate the design because it can result in less speech interference than metal braces or even Invisalign.

Incognito braces work for a wide variety of orthodontic patients, from teens to adults in many professions. Only your orthodontist can tell you if Incognito braces are right for you, so be sure to ask about this exciting treatment option at your next appointment.

Orthodontic Associates of Baltimore offers quality orthodontic treatments, from Incognito braces to Invisalign to traditional metal braces. Call our office at (443) 341-4948 to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced orthodontists.


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