Yes, braces are definitely a good idea for adults! Alignment problems with your teeth or jaw may cause pain or cause you to hide your smile. Poor alignment can also lead to advanced wear and tear on your teeth. It’s never too late to get get the smile you love!
Adult Braces Overview
We work with you to understand your desired results, as well as your lifestyle and preferences, so we can go with the option that best suits your needs! This may include lingual braces, clear aligners, traditional metal braces, and more. We care about your comprehensive dental needs, and offer the option of teeth whitening upon completing your adult braces treatment in West Springfield!
Adult braces can treat a variety of alignment issues, including:
Generally crooked teeth
How Adult Braces Work
Adult braces function similarly to braces designed for younger patients. Regardless of the advanced option you select, they exert consistent pressure on the teeth, gradually shifting them into the correct alignment over time.
What to Expect
We use advanced scanning technology to create a highly accurate digital impression of your mouth. From there we can determine which method to use, as well as go over an expected timeline and cost.
Why Choose Trü for Adult Braces?
Working with Trü Orthodontics for adult braces offers you the opportunity to compare many different alignment options. We always help you choose the best route to take for a straighter smile!
We always stay up-to-date on the most innovative technology and equipment, such as 3D scanning instead of old-fashioned mold-taking, to ensure a flawless fit and stunning results!
When you choose Trü Orthodontics for adult braces in West Springfield, you get a lifetime partner along your smile journey!
Frequently Asked Questions
A very common concern among adults who want braces is looking young with traditional braces. Clear aligners offer patients the opportunity to straighten their teeth without feeling self-conscious! They are also the best option for maintaining oral hygiene because they can be removed when you eat and practice dental hygiene.
Traditional metal braces offer a clearer timeline of completion because they are adjusted at regular intervals. With removable options, there is a possibility of losing the retainers and/or not wearing them enough, which could cause the process to slow down.