Many people who are looking for an alternative to traditional braces see Dr.Earle King and Brian King at King Orthodontics. They have locations in downtown Pittsburgh and Wexford. Damon system braces are offered at King Orthodontics. These self-ligating braces are a great alternative to traditional braces. Damon braces can straighten one’s teeth in less time. In fact, you will be able to cut months off your treatment time by switching to Damon Braces. You will also be able to make fewer trips to the dental office for adjustments if you have Damon Braces. In fact, the Damon system treatment plan is an average of six months shorter than conventional braces treatment. The Damon system braces will help you save time and money.

These self-ligating braces are cleaner than traditional braces. They also do not use the elastic that traditional braces do. Damon system braces are less prone to plaque buildup. You will have an easier time cleaning these braces. Furthermore, Damon braces are a lot more comfortable to wear and less noticeable. You will not experience the tightening that you would if you were to wear traditional braces.

Many patients do not experience any discomfort while they are wearing Damon Braces. Dr. Earle King and Dr. Brian King will be able to position your teeth so that frequent adjustments can be avoided. This will also reduce the need for surgery or complicated tooth extractions.

If you are interested in getting these self-ligating braces, then you should contact King Orthodontics. Dr. Earle King and Dr. Brian King will perform an examination in order to determine whether you are a suitable candidate for Damon system braces. Keep in mind that this procedure can be performed on both children and adults. Damon braces will help you get the smile that you have always wanted in a faster time than you ever thought possible.

Many people who use the not only notice an improvement in their smile, but they also notice an improvement in their entire face. Over two million people have tried these self-ligating braces, and that number continues to grow.

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