Are you feeling anxious to see the results of your orthodontic treatment? We’re excited, too! We always can’t wait to see our patients’ new smiles! So, when will you get your braces off? Here’s what determines your braces plan.
Your Braces Treatment Plan
The best way to answer the question, “When will you get your braces off?” is to start by figuring out what you want your braces to accomplish. Some people get braces because they simply want a few teeth straightened or a gap between their teeth closed while others want an overbite, underbite, or other more extensive issues addressed.
The answer to the question, “When will you get your braces off?” can also be impacted by your age. Typically, the younger the patient, the more quickly and easily their teeth adjust to treatment because their jaw is still growing so their teeth are still naturally shifting.
Your treatment plan might also be determined by the type of braces or orthodontic treatment you choose. If you are a candidate for Invisalign aligners, they may shorten your treatment time by months or years when compared with traditional braces.
Your New Smile
If you want the benefits of braces, but feel anxious about how long you will need to wear braces, talk with your orthodontist! Your orthodontist will be happy to help you find an orthodontic treatment solution that will have a minimal impact on your favorite activities while still helping you achieve your goals for your new smile. A great orthodontist doesn’t use a one-size-fits-all approach because they want you to feel comfortable and happy throughout your braces experience, not just when you get your braces off.
Get Started Today
The bottom line is, the sooner you start your orthodontic journey, the sooner you’ll get your braces off and be able to enjoy your new smile! So don’t wait! Call your orthodontist today to schedule a consultation. You might be surprised to find out that braces are more compatible with your lifestyle, easier, and more affordable than you imagined!
You can contact our office to make an appointment with a dentist who may be able to help you find out more about this topic, and improve your oral health.