Incognito Braces are an alternative way to wear braces. Incognito braces are actually installed behind the teeth, rather than traditional braces which are installed on the front of the teeth. This way, they are unable to be seen. They work similarly to traditional braces in that they will straighten your teeth over time, and give you the look and smile you’ve always wanted.
Individualized: Each individual wire and bracket will be made specifically to your needs and prescription. Your incognito braces are customized to fulfill your dental needs and fit nicely into your mouth.
Comfort: After Following a brief adjustment period, you will be able to eat and speak without any issues. A great benefit of having Incognito braces is they are great for those in sports as well as those who play wind instruments.
Dental Health: Incognito braces help avoid any possible damage to the front of your teeth or the inside of your lips. Incognito braces are made from gold, so this can be a great option for those with a nickel allergy.
Incognito braces are available to anyone 13 years old or older. If you are able to be treated for traditional braces, then Incognito braces should be an option for you as well.
The brackets are perfectly shaped to hug the surfaces on back of your teeth for maximum comfort, fit, and efficacy, and the precision archwires are specially prescribed and fitted by Dr. Emma or Dr. Rodis for optimal teeth movement.
Your orthodontist will begin by taking an impression of your teeth as they are. They will then send your impression to the lab. At the Incognito Lab they will use computer aided design to create braces that will be custom for your specific teeth. The Incognito brackets are made of gold alloy, which is both safe and durable. Then, using special technology a set of wires will be designed and set with specific precision. You should receive your about 6 weeks after the time you have your impressions taken.
The amount of time you’ll wear your Incognito braces will vary from patient to patient. Periodic visits will be necessary to track the progress.
During the first few weeks of wearing the Incognito braces, some patients experience some small issues with their speech while their mouth adjusts to having braces. These issues improve as the treatment continues to progress. There are also exercises that will help bring your speech back to where it was before you had Incognito braces installed.
Incognito braces will tend to cause soreness in your mouth, teeth, lips, and your tongue, similar to traditional braces. Make sure to ask your orthodontist for tips on adjusting to your braces.