Are Incognito braces visible?

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Incognito Braces

When someone goes Incognito it usually means they’re trying to hide, but does this mean that Incognito braces are hidden too? Read this blog to learn more.

 

What is Incognito?

Incognito is a type of lingual brace that fits the back of your teeth so that nobody can see. Wouldn’t it be nice to suddenly have straighter teeth and leave people thinking, how? They won’t believe the amazing technologies of Incognito. So what do they do?

 

Like traditional braces, Incognito brackets continuously apply pressure to the backs of your teeth, causing them to move into the correct position. Incognito are perfect for anyone looking to fix:

  • Crowding,
  • Spacing,
  • Rotated teeth,
  • Bite issues.

 

Can they be seen?

Now, the main reason you clicked on this blog is probably to learn whether a brace can be invisible and if so, is it even effective? Well, guess what? Incognito braces really do live up to their name!

 

Incognito is a great alternative to people of older age who don’t like the idea of an appliance on the front of their teeth. However, anyone that would like to keep braces their little secret is sure to love this style of brace.

 

Are there other options?

If Incognito doesn’t sound right for you, more options are available. These include Invisalign and ceramic braces. Invisalign is a clear aligner type brace that gives a removable straightening option, whereas ceramic braces are fixed.

 

Invisalign aligners are custom-made using 3D-printing technology to perfectly fit your teeth. They are then changed every 1-2 weeks as your teeth move into place.

 

Ceramic braces work the same as the traditional style, however, they use tooth coloured brackets.

 

If you want to learn more about hidden braces, then book a consultation to come and speak to one of our specialists.

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  • Mohammad Malik
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