Many adults need to have orthodontic treatment but are hesitant because they don’t want to wear noticeable metal braces. Some of it is related to their job: If you are in a position where you must be facing the public, such as media, education, or customer service, you may feel that people will be looking at your braces instead of paying attention to what you are saying.

Adults have been seeking braces in growing numbers. They may have had treatment when they were younger but did not complete it, or they may have needed to wear braces as a teenager but did not get this treatment for economic or other reasons. Now, they are interested in a great smile. Often, adults who would like to straighten their teeth and feel comfortable with their smiles are looking for a nearly-invisible treatment. Clarity braces are a great choice for them.

Why Are Clarity Braces a Good Choice for Me?

  • It’s Nearly Invisible. This orthodontic treatment blends in with the color of your teeth, and the brackets are translucent. You can smile as much as you want during your treatment!
  • It Resists Stains. The material won’t discolor when you eat or drink—especially dark colas, tea, or coffee.
  • It’s Comfortable. Since Clarity is created through an injection-molding process, the material is smooth, and the slimness of the brackets means that the inside of your mouth won’t be irritated. Traditional metal braces can sometimes bother patients, but Clarity braces have ceramic and elastic, not metal, components.
  • It’s Effective. These braces are just as effective as metal braces, with accurate positioning to remedy bite issues including overbite, underbite, gapped teeth, and crowded teeth.

Clarity Braces at King Orthodontics

If you’d like to learn more about the benefits of Clarity braces for adults, call or contact King Orthodontics today to schedule a complimentary consultation. For your convenience, our offices are in downtown Pittsburgh and Wexford. We’d love to help you with your smile and look forward to hearing from you.

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