Case Studies: Before and After Braces Treatment
Braces are the go-to treatment method that is trusted by orthodontists everywhere for the correction of conditions including crossbite, overbite, and gaps between teeth, among many other conditions. Similar to Invisalign, traditional braces straighten your teeth by shifting them slowly over time. Braces come in different colors and styles, which include metal braces, Incognito braces, and ceramic braces.
Below, please reference our many case studies from real Diamond Braces patients. Each of these success stories has information about treatment cost, length of treatment, and notes from the doctor. This information is intended to serve as an educational resource for braces treatment.
Case Studies: Before and After Traditional Metal Braces Treatment
Metal braces are the traditional braces that you see most people wearing. These braces tend to work best but they are visible. Metal braces can be used to correct overbites, crossbites, overjets, gaps, crowding, open bites, as well as other problems. Today, these braces are sleeker and more comfortable than they have been in the past. Since metal braces are a medical orthodontic treatment, it is often times covered through insurance, making it a common form of treatment for many people.
Read about different case studies from real Diamond Braces patients, including valuable information such as treatment length, treatment cost and doctor’s notes. This information is intended as an educational resource about metal braces orthodontic treatment.
Case Studies: Before and After Ceramic Braces Treatment
Ceramic braces consist of a wire and tooth-colored brackets (as opposed to metal braces where the brackets are visible). The most noticeable difference between metal braces and ceramic braces is the visibility element. Ceramic braces are intended to give the appearance of less metal in one’s mouth. Diamond Braces only uses Clarity™ ceramic brackets, which are the best clear brackets on the market today. Ceramic braces are made of real porcelain and feel very comfortable. Functionally, they work identically to metal braces. They are very reliable and efficient and almost never break. If breakage does occur, they are easy to replace.
The case studies below were taken from real Diamond Braces patients who were successfully treated with ceramic braces. The case studies contain informative details such as treatment length, treatment cost and doctor’s notes. This information is intended as an educational resource about ceramic braces orthodontic treatment.