A person with straight teeth is 58% more likely to be thought of
as successful. As judgemental as this sounds, it is understandable why so many
young people and adults alike seek to correct their unique smiles to be more
aligned with the standard expectations of society, when perfection stares out
at us from social media and magazines on a daily basis.
There is a growing demand for teeth straightening treatments that
fill the gap for people wanting something discreet, fast, comfortable, effective
and bespoke – with long-lasting results. People want to be able to have their
teeth professionally straightened, but to not have to go through years of
uncomfortable and potentially embarrassing procedures.
It sounds too good to be true, but with Incognito in Weybridge,
patients are finding an answer that provides them with the best solution. These
braces fit on the back of a patient’s teeth so that they are completely
invisible when the patient smiles.
They are created in such a way that there is minimal pain and
discomfort from snagging wires and rough brackets on the mouth. They are easily
cleaned due to the smooth surfaces, yet dentists have great control over the
manipulation of the patient’s teeth and jaw.
Designed for people of all ages, every set is made to fit a
person’s teeth specifically so that it can cater for their personal needs. A
dentist will build a unique prescription with their patient and together they
will work on producing the results that they desire.
Why is it so
important to have straight teeth?
Having straight teeth and the process of getting them straightened
isn’t only about aesthetics. A mouth full of straight teeth is far more likely
to be healthier, as there is less chance for food and plaque to be stuck in
hard to reach places than when teeth are crowded together.
On the other side of the coin, larger gaps in teeth leave the gums
more exposed and teeth are less stable, meaning that in an accident they are
more likely to be knocked out. Missing teeth lead to a whole host of
complications such as poorer nutrition, jawbone degradation, infection and gum
The process of getting straight teeth is important as well. Many
people report a change in their diet for the better whilst having treatment, as
they are more aware of what they are eating and putting into their mouths on a
day-to-day basis. When patients are more considerate about what they are
putting into their bodies, their entire well-being takes a turn for the better.
As people invest time and money into looking after themselves,
they naturally feel more inclined to respect themselves more. This is important
as self-respect teaches a person to stand up for what they believe in, take the
opportunities that are available to them and make themselves heard.
By speaking to a dental professional about the
options that are available regarding lingual braces, patients can discover that
they can get the smile they have always dreamed of having, without having to
let everyone know how they are doing it.