Lingual Braces | Tweed Heads | Gold Coast | Smile and the world smiles with you

Are you considering getting traditional braces, lingual braces or clear aligners? Your orthodontist Dr Wong can walk you through the right options for you! We understand getting braces is an investment, and that you may already have some ideas about what the process will be like.

The Invisible Lingual Braces team is here to ease any concerns!

My teeth are straight, but I have an overbite or underbite, do I need braces?

There is a correct way for your teeth to sit within your mouth. When your front teeth sit over the top of your bottom teeth, this is called an overbite. When your bottom teeth jut out in front of your top teeth, this is known as an underbite. Having an overbite or and underbite can cause jaw pain, and can cause the teeth to wear, as the top teeth and bottom teeth rub against each other. Even though your teeth are straight, you can still have an underbite or overbite. Either way your orthodontist can help you find the right solution for your circumstance.

Are There Alternatives to Traditional Braces?

When it comes to alternatives to traditional braces, it all depends on the severity of your case and the strength of your teeth and jaw. There are other options that your orthodontist can walk you through. These other options include lingual braces and clear aligners.

How Long Do I Have to Wear My Traditional Braces, Lingual Braces or Clear Aligner?

Each case is different, and it really depends on the severity of the issue. An average case for Invisible Lingual Braces patient lasts from 12-14 months. The best way to discover the answer to this question is to have a chat with your orthodontist.

How Often Do I have to Visit My Orthodontist?

After getting braces, you should visit your orthodontist every 4 to 6 weeks. The Invisible Lingual Braces team will let you know your appointment schedule.

Are There Different Types of Braces for Adults and Children?

There isn’t much of a difference between adult braces and children’s braces. It really comes down to the personal preference of the patient, and what the orthodontist thinks is best for your specific circumstances.

Call us to organise a consultation today, and your orthodontist can help you with any questions you may have about traditional braces, lingual braces, clear aligners or any other orthodontic treatments.