Incognito Braces

Discreet, affordable way to achieve your perfect smile


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Unbeatable Benefits of Incognito Braces


  • Completely invisible from the outside

  • Always on and always working toward your final result

  • Can eat and drink with them on

  • Can't be misplaced or lost

  • Most importantly.... Get your perfect smile

Introduction To Lingual Braces

Lingual braces look and work much the same way as traditional metal braces. However, they are fitted behind your teeth, so they can't be seen. If you are looking for a discreet way to achieve your perfect smile then Incognito lingual braces may be for you.

The brace is custom made for each patient to maximise comfort and ensure precise results, this is achieved by using the latest computer technology. As the braces are fitted to the back of the teeth, there is no risk of decalcification or white spots on the front of the teeth at the end of treatment.

Unlike clear aligners such as Invisalign, you'll never have to worry about remembering to insert or remove them while eating and drinking as they are fitted for the duration of your treatment.


Who is Suitable for Lingual Braces?

Incognito braces are suitable for patients with mild to complex cases, including common problems such as:

  • Spacing
  • Protruding teeth
  • Teeth that don't bite together in the right way

How Long Does Treatment Take?

As each case is different, treatment times vary from patient-to-patient. Moderate cases are usually completed within 15 months, while more complex cases can take up to 24 months.


Are Lingual Braces Painful?

Once lingual braces have been fitted, it's not uncommon for patients to experience some discomfort for the first 10 days while your mouth gets used to them. After this period, lingual braces are very easy to live with and won't impact on your lifestyle.


Advantages of Lingual Braces

  • Lingual braces are completely hidden behind your teeth
  • Custom-made brackets provide maximum control for precise results
  • Lingual braces are suitable for everyone, and they can treat even the most complex cases

Disadvantages of Lingual Braces

  • Lingual braces may take a little longer to get used to
  • You may find you develop a slight lisp for the first few days
  • Unlike clear aligners, lingual braces are fitted to the teeth and cannot be removed
  • You may experience slight discomfort for the first few days after your fitting

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