Damon Braces in St. Charles, IL by Prose Orthodontics
When it comes to improving our patients’ smiles, Prose Orthodontics believes in using the latest, most efficient technology and techniques available. This is why we use the innovative Damon System to straighten our patients’ teeth.
Traditional braces have long been the standard in orthodontics; they’re effective, but they aren’t always the most efficient. Not only do Damon Ultima braces provide faster orthodontic treatments, but they boast superior comfort compared to traditional braces.
Along with improving lives by improving smiles, we strive to teach our patients how and why our orthodontic treatments are the best. As you read on, you’ll discover what Damon Braces are and their benefits, and we’ll answer many of the frequently asked questions that we receive about braces. We’re here to make the best smiles in the St. Charles, IL community, so don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions!
What Are Braces and How Do Braces Work?
Types of Braces Treatment Available At Prose Orthodontics
Damon Self-Ligating Braces in St. Charles, IL
Damon Clear Braces in St. Charles, IL
Damon clear braces are the nearly invisible alternatives to their steel counterparts, but they work just the same. Because of their translucent appearance, they’re similar to Invisalign clear aligners in that they’re more suited for those who prefer a discreet way to straighten their teeth. With Damon clear braces, people may not even realize you’re wearing braces, but they will definitely see the amazing results once your treatment is complete.
You get the best of both worlds with these braces: a highly aesthetic dental appliance that won’t stand out and an innovative teeth-straightening treatment that will give you brilliant results.
Clear Aligners in St. Charles, IL
If you don’t like the idea of having wires in your mouth and want a more flexible orthodontic treatment, Invisalign clear aligners may be the solution for you.
These “invisible braces” come in the form of a series of custom-made trays that gradually straighten your teeth. Though clear aligners must be worn for at least 22 hours a day, they are adaptable to each patient’s lifestyle as they can be removed for eating, brushing, flossing and other occasions.