Dental Braces Mississauga

Braces in Mississauga: Straighten Your Smile with Confidence

Whether you're considering braces for yourself or a family member, we're here to provide all the information you need to make an informed decision about your orthodontic treatment.

Cost of Braces in Mississauga

We offer competitive pricing for braces based on the type and complexity of your case. We understand that cost is a significant factor. Take advantage of our limited-time offer, braces starting from $3,990.

Payment Plan

We offer payment plans to suit your needs, ensuring you can access the best orthodontic care without financial strain.

Types of Braces

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Clear Braces

Clear braces, typically made of porcelain or ceramic, are less visible than metal braces and are often used for cosmetic reasons in older teens and adults. However, they require more attention to oral hygiene as they are larger and more brittle than metal braces. Clear braces are usually recommended for upper front teeth rather than lower teeth.

Ideal for: Teenagers and Working Professionals

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Traditional Metal Braces

Traditional metal braces are the most common type of braces and are more comfortable today than ever before. Made of high-grade stainless steel, metal braces straighten your teeth using metal brackets and archwires. With metal braces, you have the option of adding colored elastics (rubber bands) for a more unique and colorful smile.

Ideal for: Children and Teenagers

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Lingual Braces

Lingual braces have the same components as conventional braces, but they’re fixed to the back of your teeth, on the tongue — or lingual — side of the teeth. Because they’re behind your teeth, they’re nearly invisible.

Ideal for: Adults with Prior Braces Experience

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Clear Aligners

Learn more about using Clear Aligners to straighten your teeth instead of braces!

Learn More About Invisalign

Ideal for: Children, Teenagers and Adults

Average Braces Procedure

Orthodontic treatment is usually provided by orthodontists, who are dentists with extra training in this area. However, general dentists can also offer these services. The treatment process involves several steps:

  1. Assessment: The orthodontist examines the patient's teeth to determine if braces are suitable. X-rays, molds, and impressions are taken to plan the treatment.
  2. Brace Placement: Braces are applied to the teeth. This involves etching the teeth to help the braces adhere, and then attaching brackets and archwires to guide the teeth into place.
  3. Adjustments: Regular visits are needed to adjust the braces, gradually moving the teeth into the desired position.
  4. Additional Appliances: Sometimes, other devices like elastics or spacers are used to address specific issues.
  5. Retainers: After the braces are removed, retainers are worn to prevent the teeth from shifting back.
  6. Follow-Up Care: Patients may need further treatment, such as periodontal care or oral surgery, after braces are removed.

Get Braces Today

Don't wait to start your journey to a straighter smile. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about our braces options in Mississauga. Let us help you achieve the smile you've always wanted.

If you are looking for a dentist in Mississauga for Dental Braces please call us at (905) 607-8778 or book an appointment online.

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