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What Is Damon Braces?
Similar to other orthodontic systems for straightening teeth, Damon braces are used. However, the key distinction between this treatment and others is the method used to straighten teeth. Braces shift teeth by using archwires and brackets. However, Damon braces use a self-ligating technique to join archwires to brackets rather than the elastic ties that are often used with traditional braces, which surround each bracket with elastic bands.
Damon braces are used to treat many dental problems, though you should visit an orthodontist to see if they’re the best solution for you. For a variety of problems such as an overbite, an underbite, uneven teeth, or crowded teeth, Damon braces are just as effective as other systems.
They are less painful as compared to other braces treatments. The basic difference between Damon braces and traditional braces is the way that the latter secures the wires and brackets in place with ties or elastic bands. Traditional braces frequently include tight elastic, which creates pressure and tension on teeth. Elastic bands are also obvious.
- For the most part, braces keep the archwires in place with steel or elastic ligatures.
- The Damon System can easily move teeth with relatively light pressure by eliminating the ligatures and thereby decreasing friction.
- By removing the ligatures and reducing friction, the Damon System can effortlessly move teeth with only moderate force.
Damon braces can progressively straighten your teeth for 1 to 3 years. Damon braces patients begin to see visible improvements in 10 weeks. your overall treatment can be completed within 6 months. This treatment is less time-consuming as compared to other typical braces treatments. The results from Damon braces are long-lasting and permanent.
The price of Damon Braces is calculated after the consultation of the dentist.
Damon braces take 10 weeks, and patients start to notice improvements. Your whole treatment will be completed six months sooner than it would be with traditional braces.
A headache, jaw pain, tooth pain, and oral irritation are all potential adverse effects of wearing Damon Braces.