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Jan
08

Crooked or overcrowded teeth need no longer be the bane of your life. Here’s how to sort the problem.

Generations ago, it was believed that “little children should be seen but not heard.” Other things in life, however, are best not seen at all. People go to extraordinary lengths, for example, to conceal baldness, or may wear all sorts of clothing contraptions to conceal a sagging midriff.
 

And it's easy to sympathise with them. Some things in life are simply better when they're hidden from sight. And we’d include dental braces in this list. As little as a decade ago, patients who wore braces could be spotted a mile away, with thick and heavy braces not just sticking out a mile from a visibility point of view, but also causing a mild slurring which made them even more noticeable.
 

Thankfully, dental technology has come on in leaps and bounds since those dark days, and these days, light but strong braces are barely visible from a distance – yet can still work their magic in as little as six months.
 

And the good news is that if you're in the market for invisible braces Dublin is a great place to live, as you have access to wonderful dental surgeons who specialise in treating crooked or overcrowded teeth.
 

The system of braces that we use here at MyDental, for example, can straighten things out in a fraction of the two years typically needed in the past. Six months is a typical length of treatment time, but we’ll happily give you a more precise indication when you come to us for an initial consultation.

 

Any other benefits from these new invisible braces?

Very definitely. Apart from the reduction in time, the new generation of braces are way more affordable than a generation ago. Why so? Well simply because you spend less time in the dentist’s chair, so your bill for professional attendances is lower.
 

They’re also way more comfortable, as they exert less pressure. Despite this, they’re brilliantly effective – particularly when you have both the top and bottom teeth treated at the same time.
 

They’re also thinner and smaller, so they're a lot more discreet. This is important for anyone, but particularly so for younger patients who may be a tad-self-conscious about their physical appearance, and hate the prospect of being singled out as ‘different’ in any way.
 

Another benefit of the newer generation of invisible braces is that you can have complete confidence in them when chewing a steak or biting into an apple. They’re very durable and simply won't yield to everyday pressures.

 

Do I have to pay for them in a single payment?

No – we’ve thought of this. If you'd like to spread the cost of your invisible braces over three, six or nine months, you can do so simply by availing of our 0% Dental Finance Plan.
 

This makes it very affordable, so there’s no idea to even consider the so-called ‘dental tourism’ route, where you go overseas for treatment. If you were thinking along those lines, you might like to read this sobering article from the Irish Dental Association before you go any further -http://www.dentist.ie/latest-news/the-dangers-of-dental-tourism-.6556.html