Brace yourself for a new smile!

They're probably the first thing you think of when considering orthodontic treatment but with modern technology, braces have come a long way. At Batemans Bay Orthodontics, our specialist orthodontist combines knowledge, experience and extensive training with the best orthodontic technology to create beautiful smiles.

​At Batemans Bay Orthodontics we offer two main types of braces, metal and the more discreet ceramic braces. 

Metal Braces Batemans Bay Orthodontics

Metal Braces

Traditional metal braces are still one of the most effective orthodontic treatments available.

 

​Fixed braces are never removed meaning they are constantly working to straighten your smile. The braces are attached to the outer surface of your teeth using small, metal brackets on each tooth. They are then linked together with thin, discreet metal wires.

Ceramic Braces Batemans Bay Orthodontics

Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces (or clear braces) are similar to metal braces but instead of using silver/grey metal brackets we use clear or tooth-coloured brackets to create a more discreet alternative to traditional braces. 

Clear Ceramic Braces may be perfect if you are concerned about the aesthetic aspect of orthodontic treatment. Ceramic braces offer the same benefits as traditional braces but they are much less noticeable so you can smile confidently.

What to expect

Appointments

Regular appointments are needed every 6 to 8 weeks for braces adjustments

  • Consultation visit includes discussing treatment available to you, examination, x-rays, photographs possibly impressions to make moulds of your teeth

  • At a later visit, you will have the braces fitted to your teeth surfaces

  • After your braces are on, wires are adjusted every 6 to 8 weeks to make sure your teeth are moving into the correct position

  • Once your teeth are in position, your braces are removed

  • Additional appointments may be needed if you have problems with your braces or to monitor your progress after treatment.

What we'll ask about

  • Your dental and medical history

  • Your oral health care routine. It is important that this is of a high standard before orthodontic treatment starts

How long braces will take

Total treatment time varies depending on your individual orthodontic case. On average braces will be on for up to 2 years.

  • A consultation takes around 60 minutes

  • Getting your braces fitted can take around 60 minutes

  • Regular check-ups every 6 to 8 weeks usually take around 15 to 30 minutes

  • Removal of your braces can take at least 60 minute

Before you start

No special preparation is needed

Once you get your braces on

  • You will need to follow the home care routine recommended by your orthodontist.

  • After your braces are removed, you will need to use a retainer, custom removable plate or have a fixed wire positioned behind the teeth.

How much do Braces Cost?


The cost of orthodontics depends on the type of treatment and how long it will take to treat your mouth. Our team will recommend a treatment option best suited to you and give you an estimate of the price and payment options during your inital consultation. We accept a wide range of payment methods and have plenty of flexible pay later financial options including 18 months Interest-Free*.




How long will I wear braces?


The length of your treatment will depend on the movement required to straighten your teeth and can only be determined our orthodontists after we've examined your teeth. We'll discuss how long you'll need to wear braces during your initial consultation with our team.




Will braces hurt my teeth and mouth?


Our specialist orthodontists are highly trained and skilled at making the orthodontic treatment process as easy and painless as possible. We make sure you feel comfortable during any treatment. At your initial consultation with our team, we make sure that you understand the treatment plan and feel at ease about it. Following adjustment appointments, you may feel a little discomfort for a few days because your teeth are moving into new straighter positions. If you have any concerns at all, please get in touch with our team.





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