A Clear Way to Straighter Teeth

Woman showing her white teeth

The teen years are often associated with angst, acne and also braces. It has long been thought of as the time to get teeth straightening done. However, the truth is, teeth can be straightened at any age. It is the jaw that sets hard in adulthood, while the teeth retain their ability to be pushed or pulled along. However, there are many adults in the UK who shy away from teeth straightening due to old clichés of metal-mouthed teenagers. No one wants to walk around with that look. Today, that doesn’t have to be the case with clear braces.

Clapham South Dental Centre offers adult patients the chance to straighten their wonky teeth without the whole world knowing about it with clear braces in Clapham.

But why bother going to all the trouble of teeth straightening in the first place?

Straighter teeth are healthier teeth

Straighter teeth have fewer nooks and crannies for food debris to get lodged in and bacteria to set up home. This means reduced chances of tooth decay and gum disease, which ultimately means less time spent at the dentist.

Straighter teeth make for a winning smile

A common reason for shying away from smiling is crooked, crowded or spaced out teeth. When teeth are aligned, patients often find themselves more at ease with smiling. This helps smooth social and professional interactions, as well as boosting those happy hormones. The end result is a renewed sense of confidence and all thanks to clear braces in Clapham.

Straighter teeth are stronger teeth

When teeth are misaligned, they can be exposed to more wear. Uneven wearing of the teeth can put some teeth at greater risk of damage, such as chips, cracks or breaks. These faults can be repaired but at a cost to the patient in terms of money, time and discomfort.

For patients who want to enjoy all the benefits of straighter teeth, clear braces in Clapham are worth exploring. There are a variety options to consider, from clear aligners to spring-loaded bows, as well as fixed brackets and wires. A dentist can guide patients through the pros and cons of each treatment, so they can reach a decision that works for them.

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