Ceramic braces will be best suitable for you. It has 2 types , prefer monocrystalline ceramic so your esthetics is much more preserved in front of ur office collegues.
Dr Kunal Shah
Anjana Multispeciality Dental Clinic Nashik
Hi friend! Three very good options for you. I'll place them down here in increasing order of feasibility:
1. Ceramic braces(tooth coloured)
2. Lingual braces(placed on tongue facing surface of the teeth)
3. Invisalign(in case of minor tooth movement)
4. Ask for explanation of Clearpath invisible aligner treatment or visit clearpathdental.com(Great treatment technique but heavy on the pocket, do enquirer about this and decide)
Take care. All the best!
Dental Braces are not a taboo anymore these days especially when Ceramic Brackets(Tooth colored braces) are in more trend.
Still, if you are over- conscious regarding the visibility of your braces. You can consult for Lingual Orthodontics or Invisalign Clear braces.
Since you are in contact with people most of the time lingual braces or invisalign braces are better options
Lingual braces are placed on the back side of ur teeth completely hidden from the view of other people
Invisalign / clearpath aligners are custom made thin transparent trays which take the shape of your teeth ... it's not visible at all from a distant only very closely it is since as a layer of thin plastic
Search it up or visit ur dentist for more information
1.Ceramic braces : tooth colored braces.
2.Lingual orthodontics: invisible orthodontics
Ceramic braces or Invisilign should be good for you. Lingual may cause difficulty in speech initially.
I would personally suggest you to go for ceramic or white braces it's less expensive less traumatic the treatment is fast and next to invisible. Invisalign is great for minor tooth movement. Kindly visit MDS orthodontist for treatment
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