LightForce are 3D printed ceramic polycrystalline alumina brackets are fully customized the patient’s individual tooth anatomy and bite. These brackets come in two distinctive styles: the Cloud Bracket and the Light Bracket. The white-colored Cloud bracket tends to be most popular with patients looking to be bold and make the band colors “pop,” while the translucent Light Bracket tends to be more popular with patients looking for a highly aesthetic treatment option.
- Braces built for you – and only you. Each bracket is custom built by LightForce using some of the world’s most sophisticated 3D Printing technology
- Shorter treatment times and fewer office visits. Get out of the orthodontist’s chair, and back to living your life.4
- More comfortable, more efficient treatment. Our brackets conform precisely to your teeth, reducing discomfort and improving the straightening accuracy
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