Are you considering braces? Braces are common for all ages, so if you are an adult, do not be discouraged. At Chawla Orthodontics, we offer adult braces treatment in Villa Park and Westmont. If you need adult braces, then we can help. We suggest making an appointment with us so we can get an idea of your orthodontic needs. We see many adult patients that come in looking for adult braces, so whether you are looking for adult braces treatment in Westmont or adult braces treatment in Villa Park, we are here to care for you.
We offer a few different types of braces at Chawla Orthodontics, and we have traditional metal braces, self-ligating braces, clear (ceramic braces), clear aligners, and lingual braces. Popular choices for adults looking to get braces are between clear aligners (Invisalign) or clear braces. Luckily we offer both!
Between the two options, Invisalign is more discrete but is also more expensive. Invisalign uses a series of clear aligners. These aligners are unique to your teeth straightening needs. You will receive a new set of aligners every few weeks, and each aligner helps you get closer and closer to your straight smile. They are practically invisible, and they are removable. Invisalign is an ideal choice for the person who wants a discrete method and feels that metal braces do not fit into their lifestyle. Also, because the aligners are removable, you do not have to change your diet to avoid ruining them. Just remember to brush. We can help if you are looking to get information on Invisalign braces in Westmont or Villa Park. Our team can answer any question you may have about Invisalign.
If you are looking for a discrete method of braces but cannot afford Invisalign, then we suggest ceramic braces. Ceramic or clear braces are a more affordable option if you are looking for a discrete braces method. Westmont and Villa Park clear braces are similar to traditional metal braces, but they are made with clear and tooth-colored materials to give it that disguisable look. Ceramic braces function the same way metal braces do, they require wires and brackets to be cemented to teeth and little by little teeth will be moved into their permanent position. They are not removable so a slight diet change is needed so that the wires and brackets are not damaged while you eat. We suggest avoiding hard and chewy foods. If you have any other question, please reach out to us!