Braces suitable for adults who can’t bear the thought of wearing conventional braces.
Internal lingual braces allow you to have orthodontic treatment without anyone even knowing you are wearing braces. As the name suggests, internal braces are fitted on the back of the tooth surfaces (on the tongue side), making them completely invisible to other people. Many patients find these braces more comfortable as they can’t rub on the inside of your lips as conventional braces do. This treatment is excellent for patients who want undetectable treatment with superior orthodontic results.
All members of our orthodontic team have undergone additional training, and have extensive experience in the field, to equip them to treat patients with internal lingual braces. Not every orthodontist provides this completely invisible option; at Smile Solutions Dr Poon, Dr Austin, Dr Phatouros, Dr Tang and Dr Popat all do.
Questions Often Asked about Internal Lingual Braces
Who are internal lingual braces suitable for?
Internal lingual braces are suitable for people of any age who are eligible for conventional braces.
They are perfect for people wanting a completely hidden orthodontic treatment. In some instances, individuals with a deep bite may not be a candidate for lingual braces.
What does orthodontic treatment with internal lingual braces cost?
Internal lingual braces are more expensive than conventional braces. The cost of your orthodontic treatment will be determined following a consultation with one of our orthodontists. Treatment complexity and the subsequent cost of treatment can vary greatly among individuals, so please contact us to arrange your consultation appointment.
Are internal lingual braces as effective as conventional braces?
Yes, internal lingual braces straighten and realign teeth just as well as conventional braces do.
Are internal lingual braces really invisible?
Internal lingual braces are undetectable by others because they are placed on the back of the teeth surfaces, so they are hidden from view.
Do internal lingual braces hurt?
It is normal to experience slight discomfort when your braces are first fitted. This varies from individual to individual.
You may experience a tightening sensation when your braces are adjusted but patients generally experience very little discomfort throughout their treatment.