Clear braces cost so little, you’d be mad not to!
Why put up with crooked teeth when we can put you straight in just six months. Here’s the full lowdown.
It’s strange how we’re programmed to believe that curves are great in certain circumstances (such the curvy appearance of a gorgeous car) while straight lines are the objective in so many others.
We wouldn’t dare to put up book shelves without drawing some straight lines, for example. And when we check out the teeth of people in the public eye, we often comment on the fact that their tooth are either wonderfully straight – or sadly crooked.
Perhaps that’s why so many of our young pop stars often get some serious dental work done when it looks like they’re about to make it big – particularly in the States, where the quality of an artist’s smile seems to be almost as important as the quality of the music.
We tend to be less snobby about crooked teeth here at myDental, but he danger, of course, is that crooked teeth are that way because of pressure that’s being exerted on them. And if the problem is not fully resolved, it will only get worse over time – potentially leading to even more serious problems down the line.
Does teeth straightening cost a fortune?
Happily, the answer is a very definite no. Clear braces cost a fraction of what they used to – and there’s a very good reason for this.
At one stage - not so very long ago – having braces meant that you would be forced to wear them for a period of two years or more. Today, however, the Quickbraces system that we use here at MyDental can work their magic in as little as six months.
This means that you make fewer visits to us, so we can afford to charge you less for professional attendance. The bottom line is that you get a really cost-effective way of sorting out those crooked or overcrowded teeth.
Where’s the best place to be treated?
If you’re in the market for invisible braces Dublin is very definitely a centre of excellence, with a very high reputation for quality service. Here at MyDental, we take this level of service to extremes, and go to extraordinary lengths to make sure that you enjoy a painless, hassle-free treatment every time.
And in case you're thinking of going the dental toruism route, its not without its risks – not to mention the fact that it can cost much more than the advertised rates when you factor in airfares, accommodataion, subsistence etc.
So if you’re checking out invisible braces Ireland should be first on your list. It also means that if you have any problems afterwards, your dentist is nearby and can sort it quickly and simply – without the need for another overseas trip.
Do you have a code of conduct for this form of treatment?
Yes – very definitely. We subscribe fully to the Code of Practice of the Irish Dental Council (http://www.dentalcouncil.ie/g_dentalethics.php).