As well as being virtually invisible to others, Incognito offers a myriad of other benefits to patients – read on to find out more.
Incognito braces sit on the tongue side of your teeth, out of view from others. This appliance can be used to treat a series of complications from mild to complex including crowded teeth, crooked teeth, widely spaced teeth and protruding teeth. Treatment times are variable depending on the complexity of the case. In some cases, patients may be better suited to 2D braces, a smaller version of the Incognito system, generally used to treat the milder orthodontic cases.
Fully customised solution
Incognito braces are fully customised to be an exact fit for your tooth structure – the brace hardware (brackets and archwires) are also custom created. The fact that they are fully customised also means they are much more comfortable for patients. They’re also shaped to minimise any potential speech problems.
As they sit on the tongue side of the teeth, Incognito are arguably the most ‘invisible’ of the ‘invisible’ brace treatments available – no-one need know you are undergoing treatment and you won’t need to worry about that presentation at work or that dinner date you’ve got in the diary…!
No risk of damage to your front teeth
Another benefit of Incognito braces sitting on the tongue side of your teeth – there is no risk of damage to your front tooth surface, so your smile will look great throughout the treatment period.
The prospect of orthodontic treatment can be overwhelming, as the treatment period can seem long and results so far on the horizon. However, Incognito yields results very early on, helping patients stay focused and motivated surrounding their treatment.
No problems for nickel allergy sufferers
Incognito braces have gold alloy brackets, so nickel allergy sufferers are open to the option of choosing Incognito.
If you would like more information about the Incognito system, please do not hesitate to contact us.