The first type is the so-called conventional braces. One bracket cemented on the tooth front is enough. It is possible to try on the white wires to make the braces less noticeable. The treatment time is another reason to choose a conventional type. It appears to be the shortest. At the same time, other options are less noticeable and do not harm the pigment.

One more type is a self-ligating brace. While with other types, the bands should help move the teeth, this need disappears with this solution. Aligners are less visible compared to conventional braces. A patient should put off these trays once every couple of weeks to let the teeth “rest.” The treatment might take more time than with the conventional option.

Finally, there are lingual braces. They look like the conventional ones from first sight. The difference is that in the first case, the brackets are cemented to the backside. In order to get lingual braces, a customer should pre-order them. They are customized for every client, and that is why they cost more than the other types. Besides, they are invisible. On average, the orthodontic treatment may cost you up to $6,000. In some cases, if you decide to purchase aligners, the mark may achieve $8,000 (or more in case of lingual braces.