As we grow older, many of us begin to accept our imperfections and that can include crooked teeth, or a gaps in our smile. But, we don’t have to with invisible braces in Harley Street.
There are plenty of treatment options at Harley Street Dental Clinic that can straighten teeth, realign the jaw and improve the facial profile. Incognito lingual braces are one of them and they come with a bonus – they’re completely invisible.
Incognito braces are often considered to be invisible because they are fixed to the back of teeth so they cannot be seen when you smile. They also offer similar advantages to traditional fixed metal braces, without the stereotypical ‘train track’ brace look.
How do lingual braces work?
Because lingual braces are fitted to the back surface of your teeth, it makes them totally invisible from the front. The brackets are very small so they fit comfortably on the inside of your teeth.
As your teeth won’t be used to the feeling of lingual braces, afterwards you may notice a slight lisp when you talk, but this is only for a day or two while you adjust to your new invisible braces in Harley Street.
Incognito lingual braces are highly versatile and are totally bespoke to each of our patients’ requirements. Each individual brace is made for us by Incognito’s worldwide laboratory in Germany.
How much do they cost?
Incognito braces are completely custom-made to your mouth, which increases the initial cost of your treatment. The brackets are cast in gold rather than stainless steel and formed to the shape of your teeth perfectly.
These features make lingual braces at Harley Street Dental Clinic more comfortable and effective than traditional braces, but will increase the cost of straightening your smile.
Many of our patients feel this extra cost is warranted for the ease and success rates involved with Incognito invisible braces in Harley Street.
Our prices start from £4000 an arch. We are happy to offer payment plans to help spread the cost of your invisible braces in Harley Street. We offer a 0% APR option, as well as a no deposit option, so you can avoid dipping into your savings, or having to find a lump sum to start your treatment.