Expert teeth straightening from £4,000
Expert teeth straightening from just £4,000
If you’re looking for stunning teeth straightening with Incognito lingual braces near you in Milton Keynes, we have the expertise to help.
Our experienced orthodontic team deliver superb results at great prices, and will be delighted to welcome you at our modern, highly rated dental practice.
All of our teeth straightening treatments are competitively priced and offer excellent value. Our consultation and treatment prices for lingual braces are listed below.
Teeth straightening consultation
Incognito lingual braces (one arch)
Incognito lingual braces (two arches)
We boast an excellent specialist orthodontic team, all of who have extensive experience and knowledge in straightening smiles. Whatever your age, we have the expertise to beautifully bring your teeth back into line.
Lingual braces combine the performance and results of fixed orthodontics with the aesthetic benefits of more discreet alternatives. The brackets and wires are fitted to the backs of teeth and are therefore hidden from sight.
They are a great option for those who feel self-conscious about the appearance of their smile, as they allow for significant teeth straightening without others noticing.
As well as lingual braces, we also offer Invisalign clear aligners and traditional fixed braces. Your orthodontist will advise you of the benefits of each and point you towards the best option for your individual case.
Turning the smile of your dreams into reality is easier than you might think. We offer interest-free finance to spread the costs and make your treatment more affordable.
Lingual braces are similar to Invisalign in that they’re discreet and difficult for others to notice that you’re wearing them.
The main difference is that they can achieve a greater scope of tooth movement than Invisalign, so are generally better suited to more complex cases.
Lingual braces are typically more expensive than Invisalign, though they do allow the orthodontist greater control in achieving more significant and precise adjustments.
The process is very similar to that of traditional fixed braces, with the length of treatment depending on the individual case and the amount of movement required.
A typical treatment can take between 12 and 24 months, though more complex cases can take longer. The orthodontist will be able to give you a more accurate estimate of the treatment time involved at your initial appointment.
It is important to follow the instructions of your orthodontist carefully or treatment times can take longer than initially predicted.
At first, the braces may cause some discomfort as your teeth begin to shift. This usually comes in the form of a dull ache which can be alleviated by over-the-counter painkillers. Eventually, this discomfort will lessen.
Once the braces have been fitted, you may find that your tongue is a bit tender, particularly while talking and eating. This should gradually fade away, and any irritation can be treated by using a special pain-relief mouth gel or wax on the brackets.
At first, your speech may be slightly different. A lisp or slight whistling sound is common while becoming accustomed to wearing braces. Speaking as often as possible should help you adjust quickly, allowing your voice to return to its regular state.
It is not advisable to bite into something hard or chewy, as this could damage your braces. Furthermore, it is recommended that you stay away from crunchy rolls, biscuits, toffee and other similar foods.
Soft foods like soup and pasta are much simpler for braces to work with. Tougher foods can be cut into smaller pieces to make them easier to eat.
It is also important not to chew on pens or bite your nails while undergoing orthodontic treatment.