Ceramic braces are less visible than traditional braces while offering the same treatment benefits. Smile Studios Orthodontics offers ceramic braces and other types of braces to residents of Marietta, Atlanta, and the nearby areas of Georgia. All of these treatment options are available at our locations in Fairburn, Lovejoy, Hiram, and Carollton.
What Are Ceramic Braces?
Ceramic braces are an alternative to traditional metal braces that are less visible. Ceramic braces are made out of clear materials, making them a great option for patients who are worried about the cosmetic appearance of braces. However, these braces are more fragile than traditional braces, which may make them better suited for older patients.
How Much Do Ceramic Braces Cost?
Like any braces treatment, the cost will largely depend on the patient’s unique treatment needs. On average, the cost of ceramic braces will be no more than $135 per month. However, the cost of treatment can be made more affordable with dental insurance or dental financing. To learn more about the cost of your braces treatment, please visit our page on the Cost of Braces.
How Will Ceramic Braces Affect My Braces Treatment?
Ceramic braces will result in a similar treatment experience to traditional metal braces. Ceramic braces will require more attention to oral hygiene, so it is important to be especially conscious while brushing and flossing.
How Long Will I Have to Wear Ceramic Braces?
The duration of your braces treatment will depend on the position that your teeth are in when you begin treatment. Some patients only need braces for a little over a year, while patients with more severe misalignment issues require a longer treatment. During your consultation, Dr. Venn will provide you with an estimate after developing a personalized treatment plan.
If you are considering ceramic braces or any other braces treatment, contact us today at Smile Studios Orthodontics to schedule your appointment. With convenient locations in Fairburn, Lovejoy, Hiram, and Carollton, we welcome patients from Atlanta, Marietta, and the neighboring Georgia communities.