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Teeth Straightened in La Jolla with Invisalign Braces

04th Jan, 2019

Clear Braces - Nearly Invisible Teeth straightened in La Jolla AdultsAre you thinking about getting your teeth straightened in La Jolla? Check out your options at Weston Spencer DDS. The current menu of orthodontic treatments requires a whole new glossary.

Getting Your Teeth Straightened with Lingual Braces?

These are sometimes described as ‘braces behind the teeth.’ These braces can be just as effective at realigning adult teeth as the traditional ‘metal and wires’ kind but are almost completely hidden. Many adults and adolescents who straighten their teeth choose this type of orthodontia. To determine if you are a good candidate for lingual braces, contact us today. We can help you determine which type of braces system is right for you.

Traditional and Clear Retainers

When teeth have been moved into position, the patient might need to wear a retainer to maintain their alignment. There are several types of retainers available. The time-tested Hawley retainer consists of a metal wire that surrounds the teeth and keeps them from shifting. The metal wire is attached to a molded acrylic form that fits snugly in the upper palate or lower mouth.

Thinking About Invisalign Braces?

Clear retainers are newer on the orthodontic scene. If you’ve considered getting your teeth straightened in La Jolla, Invisalign braces might do the trick. They cover the teeth like a see-through glove and do not need metal bows or clasps. Most orthodontic patients prefer clear retainers. You don’t need to live with a mouth full of metal to get the beautiful teeth you are seeking. Let us develop a custom treatment plan for your smile. We also offer services such as cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, and full mouth reconstruction.

Contact Weston Spencer DDS – Conservative Comprehensive Dentistry:


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7855 Fay Avenue Suite 200
La Jolla, California

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