Why Choose Damon Clear Braces?
For patients that are looking for a more discreet look, we offer a clear alternative to the Damon System. Ceramic Damon system uses the same self-ligating friction-less system as Damon but with an aesthetic touch. Damon braces are a tie-less system, which allows for less friction and faster tooth movement. This equates to shorter treatment time with fewer required visits to our practice.
When comparing other invisible braces such as Invisalign, Damon braces are the least noticeable. Unlike other invisible braces, Damon braces do not have visible metal brackets or elastic ties that can yellow over time. Damon Clear braces are also resistant to staining throughout their entire treatment. Aside from their coloration, Damon braces are also used without plastic inserts, making the process maintenance and worry-free.
How do Damon Clear Braces Work?
Similar to their counterpart, Damon Braces, Damon Clear Braces function exactly the same. Their only difference is that they are clear and virtually invisible! The same technology of tieless braces still applies, and on average they are still the faster braces solution.
The biggest difference between Damon Clear braces and Invisalign is that Damon Clear braces are not removable and work 24 hours a day. Other clear braces like Invisalign, utilize elastomeric rings that are much harder to clean and can also lead to plaque buildup, bacterial collection, and gingival conditions.
Our clear Damon braces are more free, quick, and comfortable because of their slide mechanism. Our orthodontists are one of the few in Spokane who offer this option to realign teeth. These invisible braces are barely noticeable, but they are still strong enough to correct severe occlusion problems, gaps, and overcrowded teeth.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
If you are a candidate for braces, your orthodontist will recommend an appliance specific to your dental needs. Options include bands, wires, and other fixed or removable corrective appliances. You may also have options for the latest technology such as Invisalign®.
Your teeth are no longer growing, which means you may have to wear braces for a longer period of time, as they will shift slowly. The average adult wears braces for 18 months to three years. Once your braces are removed, you may need to wear a retainer to maintain the results of your treatment.
Brush your teeth by using a regular soft toothbrush. Brush down from the top and then up from the bottom on each tooth; always brushing away from your gums. Use a gentle sawing motion to work the floss on each side of the two teeth the floss is between. Be careful not to pull with too much force around the archwire.
You may need to go in more frequently in the beginning so your orthodontist can adjust the braces and make sure you are taking good care of them. If your treatment is progressing well and you are properly caring for your teeth, your orthodontist might decide that you only need to come in every eight weeks. The frequency of visits varies for every individual case.
The cost of your treatment will vary depending on your specific dental requirements. Once we complete a new patient exam and create a treatment plan for you, you will meet with a treatment coordinator to discuss the costs and payment plans available to you. We will work with you to create a payment plan that is tailored to your needs and budget.
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