Lingual Dental Braces Treatment

Dr. Goswami’s – Lingual Dental Braces Clinic with their team of specialist  Dentist & orthodontist welcome people looking for Clear Invisible Adult Lingual braces treatment in Delhi India. We have conventional Clear lingual braces as well as the smallest Invisible lingual braces with us..

People who are looking for – cosmetic enhancement, smile designing, dental treatment of their mal-aligned crooked Teeth  with Lingual Dental Braces & Clear Aligner treatment with world class standard for shortest duration possible..

Today every Adult & working Person who is looking to have Dental Braces treatment for himself is keen to have a beautiful smile without getting noticed or without having old traditional big ugly looking big metal braces. Increasing dental awareness and high profile job demands have made room for a new – smaller – more convenient — lingual braces, that also works in a very short span of time.

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Lingual Braces Treatment delhi india

Lingual braces or Lingual orthodontic treatment is the treatment of mal-aligned teeth where the braces are put on the back side of the teeth ( lingual side of the tooth ). The whole treatment gets invisible as one cannot see the braces in front of the teeth and in due time your teeth alignment will get corrected without anyone’s notice. Lingual dental braces treatment at Delhi Dental Center provides great treatment option for those who does not want to get noticed about their orthodontic treatment.

Lingual Braces Treatment delhi india

We at our Lingual Braces Clinic in Delhi offers best price Lingual braces treatment and services to people living in Delhi NCR region of India.

Functions of Lingual Braces

Like conventional metal braces, lingual orthodontics help to correct :

  • Bad bites occurring as a result of mal-aligned teeth.
  • Gaps in between you teeth.
  • Rotations of your teeth.
  • Crowding of teeth can be improved.
  • As conventional orthodontics lingual braces apply continuous and gentle pressure on teeth causing them to shift to proper place.

Advantages of lingual braces

  • Most esthetic orthodontic braces system, almost invisible.
  • Greater patient acceptance for this treatment by most working adults.
  • Bite opening results comes faster and easier way.
  • True intrusion of incisors is possible.
  • Risk of enamel decalcification patch on tooth surface being visible after de-bonding is avoided.
  • Lesser forces are used during the treatment.
  • Oral hygiene maintenance is better.
  • Acts as reminder appliance in cases with tongue- thrusting habit.

Disadvantages of Lingual Orthodontic Braces System

  • Treatment needs to be done under indirect vision.
  • Speech might get distorted at least initially.
  • Treatment not possible if lingual crown height is less.
  • Chair side time is greatly increased
  • More expensive technique.

Ideal candidate for Lingual Braces system :

  • This system is suitable for patients of any age group.

Persons who cannot have lingual Braces :

  • People who have small teeth or certain specific type of bites.
  • Children who still have some of the milk teeth retained.

Can lingual braces be used along with conventional Braces :

Yes we can, Lingual braces can be worn for both upper and lower teeth. However, as the lower arch teeth are less visible — we can go for a combination of systems, lingual braces on upper arch teeth and conventional clear tooth colored – invisible braces for lower arch teeth.

Recovery expectations with Lingual Braces:

  • Patient may experience temporary soreness of tongue.
  • Patient may experience temporary speech impairment.
  • Patient may experience mild discomfort during chewing.
  • Tongue thrusting for swallowing would not be possible initially and you may have to learn a new technique for swallowing.
  • Patient may require up to 4 to 5 weeks to get adjusted to this system.

Post care instructions with Lingual Orthodontics :

  • Patient should rinse the mouth using slight warm water with salt to avoid initial discomfort.
  • Patient has to adapt to a new swallowing technique.
  • Eat soft food items for first few days.
  • Maintain good oral hygiene – Brush after every meal and use a mouth rinse regularly.
  • Patient should – Speak more to aid in speaking more clearly