Evolution in braces make them palatable to ALL ages
Posted by Dr. Sky Naslenas On November 17, 2016
The Incognito™ Lingual Bracket System is a new generation of braces for people of all ages. Because the braces are placed behind the teeth no one will ever know that you are wearing them unless YOU tell them! Incognito™ braces are the only 100% customised fixed appliance system for invisible orthodontic treatment on the market today. They are created using state of the art technology and are completely customised to the shape of your teeth and to your dental situation. Your teeth will move in a precise path toward perfection based on built in unique prescription.
The Incognito™ Lite System is a brace placed behind just your front teeth. This can be a quick and cost effective option if only your front teeth require straightening, or if you have had orthodontic treatment in the past.
Incognito Hidden Braces from 3M provide a new and invisible way to change your smile. So no one will ever know you are wearing braces — unless you tell them!
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