Ceramic Braces

Like traditional braces, ceramic braces use brackets and wires to guide teeth into a more uniform formation. Unlike traditional braces, instead of using metal brackets, ceramic braces use clear brackets to achieve this with less outward appearance. Our ceramic braces are a perfect alternative for patients who want the effectiveness of traditional braces without drawing extra attention to their teeth during the straightening treatment.

If you need ceramic braces in Roy, UT, please contact us today.

The Benefits of Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces effectively straighten teeth to improve your smile’s health and aesthetic. Straight teeth are more beautiful, easier to clean, and less likely to develop dental problems. With a straight, beautiful smile, you’ll be able to feel comfortable with your smile and enjoy better occlusion.

The clear and tooth-colored materials used in ceramic braces make the orthodontic treatment less noticeable. Your ceramic braces will blend in with your natural teeth. Because ceramic braces are clear and tooth-colored, they won’t draw unwanted attention to the teeth. Patients with ceramic braces are able to feel more confident in social situations and less self-conscious about how their smile looks.

Treatment time varies from patient to patient, but it is generally comparative with traditional braces.

Damon Brackets

As an experienced orthodontist and expert in orthodontics in West Haven, Utah, Dr. Carr and the rest of our team remain committed to providing our patients with the latest, most advanced orthodontic care possible. We take great pride in helping to improve the health and appearance of our patients’ smiles, which is why we are excited to announce the addition of the Damon Bracket System to our list of available orthodontic services for patients looking for braces in Roy.

With the use of the Damon Bracket System, Dr. Carr can provide our patients with faster treatment times, fewer appointment visits to our office, improved comfort, and consistently high-quality results that will leave patients looking and feeling their best. If it’s time to get the smile you’ve always wanted or have a child who needs braces, then the Damon Bracket System makes a great choice to achieve a beautiful smile for a lifetime.

The Damon Bracket System Difference

Traditional braces use elastic bands to hold the wires laced through the brackets into position. This causes pressure and friction on a patient’s teeth that can result in some discomfort while also slowing down treatment times. In contrast, Damon brackets use a slide mechanism that holds the wire into position, which allows teeth to move more comfortably and freely, thereby improving treatment times and eliminating any discomfort.

Damon brackets are highly engineered to be worn comfortably and discreetly, while also being easy to keep clean. Without the elastic bands that collect plaque and food particles, Damon brackets make it easy for patients to keep their oral hygiene at the highest standards possible during treatment. The Damon System even offers clear brackets that enable patients to undergo orthodontic treatment without drawing any unwanted attention.

The Damon Bracket System offers a number of advantages that include:

  • Brackets that eliminate the need for metal or elastic ties. Damon brackets allow patients to experience orthodontic treatment without tightening.
  • Shape-memory wires that allow teeth to move more quickly and naturally while requiring fewer adjustments. This means quicker treatment times and less overall patient discomfort.
  • A clinically tested treatment approach that realigns the position of a patient’s teeth and enhances the overall appearance of their smile. Damon brackets are designed to improve the individual smile of each patient.

Don’t wait to get the healthier, better looking smile you’ve always wanted. If you are thinking about straightening your teeth, Roy orthodontist Dr. Carr will meet with you for a free consultation to determine which orthodontic treatment will best fit your personal needs.