Incognito braces

Why we recommend Incognito braces

Incognito braces are another variation of ‘invisible’ braces so a great option for adults who want a discrete way of straightening their teeth.

The brace is made up of a metal wire and single brackets placed on the back of each tooth, making the brace invisible from the front and completely out of view when you smile.

These unique braces are created using state-of-the-art technology and are the only 100% customised, invisible, fixed braces system on the market today.

Incognito braces is a great option for those looking for an unobtrusive brace, suitable for almost anyone, and popular with those between ages 13 and 60.

How does it work?

Incognito braces work the same way as traditional braces do, and straighten your teeth within the same amount of time as normal metal braces would. The great thing about Incognito braces is that they can give you a beautiful smile, even while you’re wearing them.

Incognito braces are customised to fit your mouth, so your teeth are used to make an impression. Then we use a computerised technology to create the metal brackets to fit onto the back of each tooth. Next, we cement the brackets into place on the back of your teeth, and you’re on your way to a beautiful smile without anyone noticing!

Contact us today!

A consultation with your dentist can determine if these are the best braces option for you. We offer free consultation appointments with dentist at our London and Hertfordshire practices. Here, we can answer all of your questions and concerns, and decipher which brace and payment plan is most fitting for you.

Alternatives include Invisalign and six months braces.

Find your Perfect Practice

  • London Patients call 020 7586 1210 (Cosmetic, Implant & General Dentistry)
  • Hertfordshire Patients call  01992 878 030 (Cosmetic, Implant and General Dentistry)
  • Essex Patients call  020 3773 4450 (Specialist Periodontist or Implants)

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