July 25, 2018 Dr. Bita Orthodontics

Knowing the Different Types of Reseda Braces

Finding out that you or your child needs to get dental braces is just the first step in a process. Discovering the need for braces to help bring your teeth back into proper alignment is important, but then you then need to decide which type of braces will be most effective. While you may have thought the only option available to you is the standard metal braces that most of us are familiar with, the truth is that you have greater options that can help provide you with better results, greater comfort, and better looks. Here at the Dr. Bita Orthodontics Group, we can explain the different types of Reseda braces we offer and help you make the best choice.

Looking at Invisible Braces

Invisible braces are a much more viable option for many people today than they have ever been in the past. These braces are removable, specially-fitted to your teeth and mouth, and help bring your teeth back into alignment without the pain, discomfort, and looks of metal braces. You can get the help you need without feeling self-conscious about the way your braces look. Also, invisible braces are much more affordable for you than you may realize.

Different Types of Reseda Braces

Choosing Lingual Braces

Another of the Reseda braces we can offer you at the Dr. Bita Orthodontics Group is lingual braces. Lingual braces are installed behind the teeth instead of in front of the teeth. They are like the traditional metal braces, with the exception of the braces being obscured from view so that no one can see you are wearing them. This option can work well for those that cannot get invisible braces but still want the braces hidden from view so they can feel better about how they look.

Talk to Us about Braces

The best way to learn more about the different types of Reseda braces that we can provide for you is to make an appointment for yourself or your child with us here at the Dr. Bita Orthodontics Group. You can arrange for a free initial evaluation with us when you call our office at 818-981-0640. Our staff will be glad to assist you so that you can come in and find out what braces are best for your needs and how we can help you improve your teeth. If you want to send us an email or have an inquiry, you can send it to  info@drbitaorthodontics.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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