Simply Smile Orthodontics is committed to providing patients with the latest technologies and procedures. Keeping up with our goal of offering the most modern orthodontics, we are proud to offer patients Damon Clear Braces. This new type of equipment uses tieless braces and high technology archwires to improve your smile and your facial structure.
Damon Clear Braces are self-ligating and use a slide mechanism that moves with your teeth as they realign. Because they move naturally with your teeth and never need to get tightened, they apply less pressure. The decrease in pressure combined with their smooth structure makes them much more comfortable than traditional braces.
Many adults and teenagers do not want other people to notice that they are wearing braces. Damon Clear Braces have no visible metal parts or elastic ties, making them near impossible to see. Your teeth will get straightened without anyone noticing that you are wearing braces.
Damon Clear Braces are clinically proven to work faster than traditional braces. Although individual results will vary, studies have shown Damon Braces to work an average of six months faster than traditional braces, and they work even more quickly in comparison to aligners. You can have a straight and perfectly aligned smile faster than ever before.
We know many adults and teenagers have a busy schedule, making it difficult to see the Orthodontist frequently. Damon Clear Braces require fewer office visits than traditional braces or aligners. Fewer appointments make them an excellent options for those who don’t have much time to spear.
Traditional braces use elastomeric rings. Studies have shown that elastomeric rings gather high levels of plaque and bacteria that are difficult to clean. Because Damon Clear Braces does not use these, they are much easier to clean. Damon Braces also are made out of a stain-resistant material called PCA.
If you want to learn more about Damon Clear Braces, call Simply Smile Orthodontics at 954-280-1810. We will schedule you a consultation, so the doctor can evaluate your orthodontic needs and answer all of your questions.