At Braceland Orthodontics, we understand that each patient's orthodontic needs may vary, and that no set of teeth is the same. This is why we provide each of our patients with treatment options as unique as they are. Whether you're looking for traditional metal braces, or would like a more discreet option such as Invisalign®, Braceland Orthodontics has a treatment option that is right for you. Learn more about our types of braces below and feel free to contact us with any questions you may have!
Advancements in technology have given patients many more options when it comes to aligning their teeth. We've seen an increase in popularity for clear braces over the years, as well as removable appliances such as Invisalign®. As your trusted local orthodontist in San Antonio, we understand each patient is different and we do our best to provide the treatment most suited for you.
Metal braces are often the most common type of braces. They consist of high-grade stainless steel, and are much smaller and comfortable when compared to older traditional braces. Metal braces have remained popular because they are resistant, reliable, effective, and an economical treatment plan.
Ceramic braces use the same components as traditional braces, but instead the brackets are made of a ceramic material that blends with your tooth’s natural color. This is a very popular option for adults who seek orthodontic treatment because it allows them to have braces that are hardly noticeable.
Invisalign is a very popular treatment option for many of our adult and teen patients. This option consists of a series of custom-made clear aligners that are virtually invisible. At Braceland Orthodontics, we treat a wide range of bite problems of different complexity using Invisalign. One of the many great features of Invisalign is the comfort you get. Unlike traditional braces, you can remove Invisalign when eating food or brushing your teeth. Because of this and many other benefits, more and more patients are being treated with Invisalign nowadays. You may just haven’t noticed!