Why are adults are choosing to have orthodontic treatment?
Orthodontics is no longer all about a mouth cluttered with metal, braces are no longer the only treatment option available. For adults, this means that they have options and don’t necessarily have to have their orthodontic treatment effect their appearance and day to day lives.
Today, there are cosmetically pleasing orthodontic treatment options that are also hygienic and can be more hygienic. Adults are also aware of the impact that crooked or badly maintained teeth can have on the oral hygiene and overall health and this, for many, is one of the main reasons for choosing treatment.
Treatment options for adults
Most orthodontic treatment types are available to adults but their final choice will depend on their needs, desires and the severity of the case. Below is a list of options for adults:
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