Lingual braces are more practical and attractive than traditional metal braces, but they aren’t that well known. Like some other kinds of braces, lingual braces go on the back of the teeth instead of the front. However, there are some differences when it comes to comfort, discretion, and fit. You should be aware of which factors should be considered before you decide whether or not lingual braces are the right choice for you.
Lingual braces are similar to regular braces because they both include brackets and wires that are attached to the teeth to repair misalignments. The main difference between lingual braces and traditional braces is that lingual braces are placed on the backside of the teeth facing the tongue instead of the front of the teeth. This means that lingual braces are a much more discreet option for orthodontic patients.
We have more and more orthodontic patients asking about lingual braces. Here at Kuhni Orthodontic Studio, we believe that patients should be informed. If you’re interested in discovering more about lingual braces or seeing if you’re a good candidate for them, please contact Kuhni Orthodontic Studio here in Spanish Fork, Utah. Also serving surrounding communities including Springville, Lake Shore & Palmyra.