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What is

Lingual orthodontics

Lingual orthodontics is the correction of misaligned teeth, using a fixed invisible brace, bonded on the inner (lingual) surface of the teeth. A lingual brace works like a conventional fixed brace with full control and movement of the teeth but it is invisible, the only person who knows you have a brace is you.

Today the great advantage of lingual orthodontics is that no one can notice that the patient is wearing braces; the patient can keep on with his normal lifestyle while wearing the appliance, which will discreetly correct his teeth and improve his smile. Patients today want to obtain well aligned teeth after orthodontic treatment, but also to be able to smile during treatment without having to show unaesthetic conventional braces. Lingual orthodontics can be for everyone, if you have healthy gums and bones.

With lingual braces, if you are an adult or a teenager, there are customized solutions to individual dental concerns. WIN is a custom-made lingual appliance, that can adapt to individual requirements, creating smiles of confidence without compromise.

Appliance features

The individualized bracket base allows for an extremely flat design.

The individual bracket body is perfectly adapted to the tooth shape

The individual archwires are bent by computer-assisted bending robots

caratteristiche della apparecchio
  • Predictable results
  • Suitable for all ages
  • Extremely flat design = excellent comfort
  • Suitable for simple and complex cases
  • German engineering = precision manufacturing

Do you think lingual braces are for you?

Watch our device in action in these videos!

Kind to teeth, reliable, invisible fixed orthodontic appliance on the inside: Adolescents lingual orthodontics

Frequent Questions FAQ

Adults have a tendency to think “it’s too late for me”, but there is no age limit for wearing braces, as long as you have healthy gums and bones..
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Lingual braces can be applied at any age, provided that deciduous teeth are still not in the mouth, making it useful also for adolescents who are often “hostile” to conventional braces because of its unsightly implications.

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