Clear lingual braces, such as Clearstep and SureSmile, are the perfect solution for people who want to enjoy healthier more beautiful teeth without the braces that are visible.
Some people are reluctant to wear braces because they are either embarrassed, self-conscious or they think they will be difficult or uncomfortable to use. But there is really no need for them to worry as the latest developments in modern dentistry has provided an alternative which not only delivers fantastic results, but also allows them to keep their treatment a secret that no one will know, let alone see.

One of these advances is clear lingual braces.
Clear lingual braces offer the perfect discreet solution for patients who don’t want their treatment to be visible to the world when they smile.

While traditional braces are attached to the front of the teeth and each bracket mass produced to fit the uniform shape of the tooth, lingual braces have clear, almost invisible brackets which have been individually designed to fit the unique shape of the back of the teeth to ensure they are barely noticeable when you smile, talk and eat. An added benefit is that because the braces are fitted to the back of the teeth, there is no risk of discolouration.

More About Clearstep

Clear lingual braces work by applying a low level amount of pressure onto the back of the teeth. This discreet treatment gently encourages teeth into their correct position in the mouth to give a straighter, more symmetrical smile making it the perfection option for patients wanting to correct issues such as crowding, closing gaps and repositioning rotated teeth.

This treatment is one of the most accurate, due to its highly precise and bespoke approach which means patients can see a noticeable improvement aesthetically in a matter of weeks.

Comfortable to wear, yet incredible hard working, clear lingual braces can be fitted across just two appointments with regular check-ups recommended to ensure progress is monitored at every stage and the best possible results are achieved.

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    At-home: The most common at-home method of teeth whitening involves having a cast of your teeth taken while you are at the dentists. This involves biting into a tray that is filled with dental putty. The dentist uses this mold to produce a clear plastic cover, or tray for your teeth into which you place whitening gel. The cover can be worn overnight for a period of a week or so until you’ve achieved the right shade for your teeth. Some gels can be used for shorter periods and will achieve the same results. Your dentist will be able to advise.
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    In-practice: In-practice bleaching procedures generally use a light-cured protective layer that is carefully painted on the gums and the tips of the gums between the teeth. The bleaching agent is hydrogen peroxide.
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    Light-accelerated bleaching: Power or light-accelerated bleaching uses light energy to accelerate the process of bleaching in a dental practice. Different types of energy can be used in this procedure, with the most common being halogen, LED or plasma arc. Most power teeth whitening treatments can be done in a single visit to the dentists which lasts less than an hour.


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