Damon Braces In Dubai
Outstanding comfort with extraordinary results
The Damon braces are an orthodontic treatment that uses “self-ligating” braces. This means that the brackets themselves hold the wire in place without the need for elastics or metal ties. Most patients dread the days when their orthodontists tighten their braces. Because the Damon system is a tie-less technology, there is more freedom of movement, and the need for tightening is eliminated.
Benefits of Damon Braces
How Do Damon Braces Work?
Damon braces work by applying gentle, continuous pressure to the teeth, allowing them to move more efficiently and effectively. This means that treatment time with Damon braces is often shorter compared to traditional braces. Additionally, Damon braces are designed to be more comfortable due to their self-ligating system and use of gentle pressure.
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Most frequently asked questions
How often do I need to see my orthodontist with Damon braces?
With Damon braces, you typically need to visit your orthodontist every 8-10 weeks for adjustments.
Can I eat and drink normally with Damon braces?
While you may need to avoid certain hard, sticky, or sugary foods during treatment, you can still eat and drink normally with Damon braces.
Are Damon braces suitable for adults?
Yes, Damon braces are suitable for adults who require orthodontic treatment and want a more comfortable and discreet option compared to traditional braces.
How do I clean my teeth with Damon braces?
It’s important to maintain good oral hygiene during treatment with Damon braces. Your orthodontist will provide you with instructions on how to properly clean your teeth with braces and may recommend special tools, such as interdental brushes or water flossers.
How do I know if Damon braces are right for me?
Our orthodontist can evaluate your individual case and discuss your treatment options to determine if Damon braces are the right choice for you. They will take into account factors such as your oral health, the condition of your teeth and bite, and your personal preferences and lifestyle.