A 31-year-old lady did not like the appearance of her front teeth which were protruding forwards. She also had a deep overbite and overcrowding of her teeth. We planned to remove two upper premolar teeth to create space and bring the upper teeth back and correct her bite. She wore lingual Incognito fixed braces which corrected her bite and gave her new amazing smile, which took 22 months. It was important for her work that fixed braces were not seen and lingual braces ensured no-one saw her brace treatment.
A 29-year-old gentleman wore an upper brace with the removal of upper teeth as a child but no treatment for his lower teeth. There was severe crowding of the lower front teeth and we carried out treatment with the removal of two lower teeth and fixed braces. He had his wedding nearing the end of treatment, but having lingual braces meant only his great smile was seen, with the braces hidden from view.
This lady was 27 years old and not happy with her front teeth. She had previously worn braces as a child but the teeth had relapsed and moved over time. We treated her with lingual fixed braces to correct her bite, straighten the teeth. We reduced the ‘black triangle space’ between the two upper front teeth by reshaping the two upper central incisor teeth. Orthodontic treatment took 16 months, followed by fixed and removable retainers. A very happy patient!
This 23-year-old medical student wished to improve her smile and straighten her crooked teeth, especially the twisted upper left incisor tooth. We used lingual fixed braces as she did not wish to show the braces. Treatment took 13 months, followed by retention with fixed and removable retainers.
A 48-year-old lady who had not worn braces before wanted to straighten her smile. She had an overbite and crowded lower front teeth, along with uneven upper front teeth. We treated with lingual fixed braces taking 17 months to correct her overbite and give her the smile she had always wanted. Her new smile was ready to show off, well before her big 50th birthday celebrations.