Advances in cosmetic dentistry now mean you can subtly straighten your teeth

Straighter teeth are one of the most common requests in cosmetic dentistry. Thanks to advances in orthodontics in recent years, the team at Luton’s Vogue Dental Care are now able to offer several ways for adults to get the straighter teeth they have always wanted, without having to wear obvious metal braces.

vogue-cosmetic-dentistryBraces are commonplace for teenagers and children, but as cosmetic dentistry has increased in popularity, more adults than ever before are looking for help to straighten their teeth. Whether you missed out on orthodontic treatment when you were younger or you had treatment only to find your teeth have relapsed into their old position, cosmetic dentistry offers a solution for you.

When you come in for a cosmetic dentistry consultation at our Luton practice, your dentist will examine your teeth and gums and will establish what your treatment preferences are before talking through the pros and cons of all appropriate options. That way you are able to make an educated choice about your treatment.

Discreet orthodontic options at Vogue Dental Care

We offer both cosmetic braces and aligners to straighten teeth at our Luton clinic. The best option for you will depend on the amount and type of correction required, as well as on your lifestyle and personal preference.

Six Month Smiles and Cfast braces

Six Month Smiles and Cfast are very popular cosmetic braces, with an average treatment time of just six months. They work this quickly because they are not designed for major orthodontic correction, focussing on the front teeth – those that are visible when you smile. They are made of clear brackets and tooth-coloured wires, so will blend in with your teeth.

Inman Aligner and Invisalign

Clear aligners have the additional benefit of being removable as well as discreet. This makes maintaining dental hygiene during treatment a breeze. Invisalign comprises a series of aligners whilst the Inman Aligner is a standalone device.