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Do you love to share your smile? For far too many people, the answer is no. And while you know that you could improve your smile with braces, you also hesitate to commit yourself to months and months of being a “brace face.”
Here at The Exchange Dental Group we understand that this can be a concern for patients of all ages. That’s why we’re excited to give you other options for your orthodontic care, including lingual braces.
The biggest distinction between lingual braces and conventional braces is that these attach to the inside surface of your teeth, also known as the “lingual” area or the tongue side. This makes your orthodontic care invisible to the rest of the world.
With lingual braces, the brackets, wires, and even the elastics are all mounted to the backs of your teeth, which is a great option if you don’t want people to know you are wearing braces. Whether you are a teenager or an adult who has a career where appearance is an important factor, lingual braces allow you to get the treatment you need to correct your smile without other people having to know about it.
Our orthodontist, Dr. Robert Weeman, has been trained to offer lingual braces. We are confident in offering you — our patients — this service. To find out more about lingual braces, contact us today by calling (212) 422-9229 or emailing us.
With a quick and simple consultation, our doctors will let you know if lingual braces can work for you.
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