Tooth straightening with affordable and pain-free options

Everyone loves to smile, but if you unfortunately have bent or crooked teeth then you may feel self-conscious. Traditionally, tooth straightening involves wearing braces. These are often uncomfortable, not easy to hide, and they can even make you feel even more self-conscious.

With the improvement in dental-grade materials and technology there are newer alternatives to metal braces. Examples of this include aligners, retainers and veneers. These typically work by gently steering and spacing the teeth.

Why straighten your teeth

Many people would agree that straightening your teeth gives a more aesthetic appearance. By straightening your teeth you can achieve a better smile and it can help improve your confidence. Straighter teeth can also be easier to clean and thereby will last longer and prevent further dental problems and gum disease.

Many people are put off from straightening teeth due to the cost. Expensive dental treatments such as Invisalign can end up costing many thousands of pounds. Opting for aligners and veneers is therefore considered more cost-effective and doesn’t require a trip to the dentist.

How much does teeth straightening cost?

Metal braces can cost up to a few thousand pounds. Ceramic braces, which are less noticeable can cost even more. Invisible style braces can go up to £5,000 and Lingual braces (which sit at the back of the teeth) can cost up to £10,000. Porcelain Veneers or composite bonding are other options to fix crooked teeth – each of these is a considerable cost. For Aligners and Veneers you can end up spending a lot less than braces.

Straightening teeth without braces

Metal braces are the most common way of straightening teeth. However they are not exactly pretty to look at, and fitting them is uncomfortable. That is why many people prefer to look for alternatives to metal braces.

Some of the options of straightening your teeth without braces include:

  • Clear or ‘invisible’ braces
  • Teeth straightening kits
  • Retainers
  • Veneers

Each of them has their own advantages and disadvantages which you should research to ensure you get the right option for yourself. Things to consider include cost, whether it is pain-free or not, the length of time it takes to achieve the desired result, whether results can be seen or not.

Clip on Veneers for straighter teeth

If you want to get straighter teeth and are looking for a painless experience then Clip on Veneers such as those by Need That Smile could be ideal for you. You can order easily online, and then they send an Impressions kit to you.

Simply return your Impressions back and you will receive a custom moulded set of Veneers. You can choose the colour of your veneers and also the thickness of them. If you are looking for a fast, practically instant way of straightening your teeth then Clip on Veneers could be the perfect solution for you.