Damon braces are the magic behind more than two million perfect smiles – and it’s easy to see why. With small, discreet brackets and clever self-tightening wires, Damon Braces combine the best in functionality, comfort and discretion.
Just like traditional fixed braces, Damon braces rely on a series of connected brackets and wires bonded to the teeth.
But a few smart design features give Damon braces a clear advantage over competitors.
Where traditional braces use elastic bands to connect the wires and brackets, Damon braces use a sliding mechanism to achieve frictionless, comfortable straightening.
And unlike some other transparent systems, Damon braces are produced from stain-resistant materials, which means they stay looking fabulously discreet all the way through treatment.
Some braces can correct only mild crowding and orthodontic problems – but not Damon. They can be relied on to tackle even the most complex of challenges with amazing results.
Look after your Damon braces and they’ll return the favour, creating a fabulous smile to last a lifetime. Follow our simple aftercare advice to get the most from your treatment.
All braces take a little getting used to – and Damon braces are no exception. Initially, you may feel a little discomfort as you get used to the presence of the brackets and wires. They can cause you to salivate more than usual and cause difficulties with speech. Don’t worry – this only lasts a few days.
Sometimes it feels like braces can get in the way of keeping teeth clean by preventing the toothbrush from accessing nooks and crannies and creating problem spots where food easily gets trapped. Our advice is to maintain an uncompromising hygiene regime, introducing interdental brushes and mouthwash if you don’t already use these. Regular visits to The Dentist UK will also help to prevent problems from developing.
The last thing anyone wants is for your teeth to move back to their original position. To make sure this doesn’t happen, we’ll affix a discreet wire retainer. Your retainer is prone to wear and will eventually need replacing.