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How Do Damon Braces Work?

2445507_blogDamon Braces are premium fixed braces, which offer a host of innovative features to clients with moderate and complex needs. This system provides those who need a significant amount of movement with an impressive modern alternative to traditional fixed braces.

The ins and outs of Damon Braces

Damon Braces are innovative fixed braces, which use the latest technology to achieve amazing results quickly and painlessly. This system is suited to most orthodontic patients, including those who have the most complex needs and it offers a modern alternative to conventional train-track braces for those wish to enjoy quicker, more discreet and comfortable treatment.

Although Damon Braces are not completely invisible, they are a lot more discreet than most other fixed braces, as they are made from tooth-coloured wires and ceramic brackets.

How do Damon Braces work?

Damon Braces use advanced friction-free technology to move the teeth rapidly with minimal pain; they feature sliding brackets, which are easier to clean and self-ligating wires, which provide gentle, yet powerful force. The braces do not contain elastic bands and the pressure comes solely from the brackets and wires, which makes treatment a lot less painful. These braces are also capable of creating space, so the vast majority of clients do not need to undergo extraction prior to having their braces fitted.

How long does treatment take?

Every patient is different and treatment times vary according to how much movement is needed and the complexity of the issues. Typically, treatment times are around 4-6 months shorter than conventional fixed braces. Your dentist will be able to discuss treatment times and give you an accurate projection once they have assessed your level of need.

Are Damon Braces for me?

If you’re looking for a painless, quick and discreet solution, which promises amazing aesthetic results, Damon Braces may be the perfect match for you. Contact your dentist now to arrange a consultation and see if this system is a viable option for you.

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