The truly revolutionary system for straightening teeth and changing smiles, the InBrace system is like nothing else on the market!
The only genuinely invisible type of braces system, InBrace makes it impossible for anyone to know that you are undergoing orthodontic treatment.
But how is that possible? Is it magic?… Some say it’s the closest thing to it.
Here’s what you need to know about InBrace hidden treatment—
InBrace braces in Atlanta are a form of advanced lingual braces. “Lingual” means relating to the side toward the tongue, so unsurprisingly, lingual braces are bonded to the back surfaces, or the tongue side, of your teeth.
InBrace treatment uses custom-made SmartWire technology loops, instead of traditional, straight archwires. Using this in combination with Gentle Force technology, SmartWire enables friction-free tooth movement, allowing the teeth to move individually of each other.
This enables Dr. Meagan to move teeth efficiently and according to your orthodontic pre-programmed treatment plan. The InBrace loops are designed for optimal movement in each individual tooth rather than moving all teeth together as traditional braces in Atlanta do.
Gentle Force technology applies gentle, but persistent force to create a perfect alignment among the teeth & between the upper and lower jaw bones.
How do you know if InBrace is right for you? The best type of orthodontic treatment for you depends on the lifestyle that you live, and the look you want to maintain during the duration of treatment.
If having an aesthetically pleasing treatment is important to you, InBrace may be the right option for you! Try asking yourself the following question when considering the invisible braces system.
Would You Prefer Fewer Orthodontic Appointments?
Who doesn’t love not having to visit the orthodontist once a month? As much as we would love to see you, we know you probably prefer to minimize the number of visits to our locations. With InBrace braces in Snellville, you won’t have any adjustment appointments, as traditional braces require.
Are You Looking For A Truly Invisible Treatment?
With InBrace, it doesn’t matter what the day holds, you can go about it confidently knowing that your treatment is undetectable to others. You don’t have to hide your teeth, don’t have to worry about removing clear aligners to eat dinner, don’t have to worry about not getting that coffee with your friends, or hiding your smile on a date, InBrace works discreetly and secretly to revamp your smile.
Is Healthy Tooth Movement Key For You?
Because InBrace moves the teeth individually, as opposed to all at once, there is less friction apple to the teeth. This helps to protect the long-term health of the gums, teeth and mouth.
Generally speaking, InBrace lingual braces can cost more than traditional braces. It is important to remember that the cost of your treatment will depend on a number of factors, including the severity of your condition and the length of your treatment plan.
InBrace and traditional braces can be pretty close in price. If you have orthodontic insurance, this helps to reduce the cost of treatment too! According to InBrace, most insurance providers cover up to $2,000 with InBrace, depending on your specific insurance plan.
We are a preferred provider for many insurance plans, and we’re happy to file your insurance claims for you!
We also provide flexible financing with a number of options, including 0% interest in-house financing with a low down payment and low monthly payments, pay-in-full discounts, & multi-family patient discounts.
We truly do everything we can to help our patients manage the cost of braces! If you are interested in learning more about InBrace, or if you’ve seen some awesome InBrace reviews and want to experience this innovative treatment for yourself, we encourage you to schedule a free consultation online or by calling us at (770) 230-4271.
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