Benefits of Metal Braces
Metal braces provide stability and support to a structure. When they are installed properly, they do not have any negative effects on the surrounding area. Metal braces are often used to brace the joints of buildings in order to prevent damage.
Metal braces are incredibly durable. They can withstand extreme temperatures, moisture, and pressure. Because they are strong, they are able to hold up well over time. There are many different metals that can be used to make metal braces, like stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and zinc.
Metal braces are flexible. This means that they can bend easily without breaking. If you need to move them, you can simply push and pull them. Metal braces can flex without causing damage to themselves or the area where they are being moved.
Because metal braces are so flexible, they are safe to use around children. They cannot break under normal circumstances and are unlikely to cause injury if they fall off of something.
- Easy To Install
If you are looking for a way to fix a problem in your home, metal braces may be the best option you have. They are simple to install and can be done by anyone. Many people prefer installing these braces because they require no tools.
Benefits of Clear Braces
- They Make Treatment Faster
An advantage of clear braces is that it makes the entire procedure much faster than traditional metal braces. The clear brace is attached to the teeth immediately after the initial diagnosis, and the patient can start treatment right away.
- They Can Be Removed Easier
The last major advantage of clear braces is how easily they can be removed. Since the clear braces are transparent, it is easier to check if the wires are properly aligned and the correct amount of force is being applied to move the teeth.
In addition to the above-mentioned advantages, clear braces offer some additional benefits, including:
- No Metal Allergy
Metal allergies occur when someone experiences skin rashes and swelling after coming in contact with metal objects. However, with clear braces, the brackets themselves are made of acrylic, which does not cause allergic reactions.
- Less Pain
While metal braces can cause discomfort due to pressure placed on the gums, clear braces rarely put pressure on the gums and therefore provide less pain. The lack of metal means that there are fewer sharp edges to irritate the gums.
- Better Appearance
Since clear braces are translucent, they give the teeth a brighter appearance. Traditional metal braces tend to make the teeth appear duller, especially if they are dark colored.
There are numerous benefits of getting either metal or clear braces
In addition to improving your appearance, they also help correct bite problems, prevent tooth decay, alleviate headaches and even improve speech. They may seem expensive, but the cost of treatment is much less than having to replace teeth that need to be removed.
Make an appointment with Anne Friedman & Wil Saavedra from E & S Orthodontics to see the best option to have the smile you wish for.