Clear Braces

Not exactly a glamorous subject but having nice straight teeth is.  

It's something that I've thought about for ages.  When I was younger a lot of my friends had 'train track' braces including my sister but I never did.  My dentist never said that I needed them until I was 16 when all my friends had theirs off so I declined because I didn't want to be the only one with braces until I was like 18/19.  

I must admit I kind of regret not having them now because I would have got them free on the NHS but never mind I think at the time it was the right decision for me and a lot of my friends were not happy with the results of their NHS braces anyway.

I'm now looking into getting clear braces because they are much more attractive (if you can even call braces attractive) than the old 'train tracks' or retainers and apparently you can barely notice them.  The brand I was looking at are called Invisalign and although they are pricey I don't mind paying it if I know it's going to give a good result.

Once I have nice straight teeth I may consider getting them laser whitened but I don't know how long that lasts?  It's something I need to look into in more detail.

Does anyone have good recommendations for clear braces or teeth whitening?

Lauren xx


  1. This method is great if you're gunning for braces that are not that disruptive. There are some types of braces that are too cumbersome for people. This method is also easier to maintain and arguably more comfortable than wire braces. But if your case is a complex one, you may opt to use the wired versions. Good luck on this upcoming journey of yours!

    Leigh Hamilton @ Arbor Ridge Family Dental


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