Another orthodontic option that some patients choose are ceramic braces. This appliance may be used whenever metal braces are appropriate for treatment.
Clarity braces are similar in strength to metal, but they come off easily at the end of treatment. Clarity aesthetic braces are the clear alternative to metal braces. An attractive translucent appearance and comfortable design gives you all the self-confidence you need to face each day with a smile.
You’ll be noticed but your braces won’t and you may feel better about yourself knowing that the natural beauty of your teeth is shining through — not your braces.
Clarity braces also won’t stain or discolour, so they’ll look as good the day they come off as they did the day your orthodontist put them on. You can wear Clarity braces even if you participate in sports.
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