Damon Clear™ Braces
Clear braces are the most common choice of treatment for adult patients. These provide the full control and treatment speed of traditional braces, with the added benefit of being less visible. Orthoclinic has specifically chosen Damon Clear ™ as its clear brace product because we believe it’s the most aesthetic brace currently on the market.
Damon Clear™ Features
The design of this brace is its all ceramic “tie-less” design. Other so-called “clear” braces have visible metal parts or elastic ties that can yellow during treatment and collect bacteria*. But tie-less Damon Clear braces are discrete, easy to keep clean and resistant to staining and discolouration.
Faster treatment with Damon Clear™
While treatment times vary between patients, studies show that treatment with Damon braces is up to six months faster than with traditional braces**.
For more information on Damon Clear™ Braces, visit www.damonbraces.com
Damon Clear Braces vs Invisalign – An Invisalign Alternative
Whilst Invisalign is a suitable option for minor corrections – it’s not the right choice for more complex issues. Invisalign simply doesn’t have the same amount of force, control or capability as braces.
Damon Clear Braces provide an excellent alternative to Invisalign. You retain the benefits of having a more discrete treatment option – while getting all of the benefits of traditional braces.
Damon braces are able to correct more complex cases of gaps, rotation, overbite and underbite.
Clear Braces For Children
Damon Clear Braces are an excellent choice when looking for treatment options for your child’s braces. Damon Clear offer the benefits of traditional braces, while also being more discreet.
Lear more about our children’s brace options here.
* Eberting J, Straja S, Tuncay O “Treatment time, outcome, and patient satisfaction comparisons of Damon and conventional brackets.” Clinical Orthodontics and Research 4.4 (2001): 228-34.
** Berger J ” Self-Ligation in the year 2000. A comparative assessment of conventional ligation and self ligation bracket systems.” Journal of Clinical Orthodontics (2000).