Less-Noticeable Than Metal Braces
At Dietrich Orthodontics, we’re proud to offer clear braces to our patients in Alliance, Canton and surrounding areas!
Also known as ceramic braces, tooth-colored braces, or aesthetic braces, they work like metal braces.
Our clear braces are designed to be less noticeable on your teeth than metal braces.
They're smaller than ever and made of nearly invisible tooth-colored polycrystalline ceramic material. At Dietrich Orthodontics, we use Damon® Clear Braces.
These passive self-ligating brackets combine the look and comfort image-conscious patients want with the strength and functionality expert orthodontists need.
About Damon Clear Braces
What Makes Damon Clear Different?
Faster Treatment Times with Fewer Visits
Differences Between Ceramic & Metal Braces
Cost of Clear Braces
One of the biggest factors that affect the cost of your treatment will be the materials used to make your braces.
In our Alliance and Canton offices, clear brackets cost a little more than metal brackets.
The good news is that we offer flexible payment plans and automatic bank drafts. We will also check with your insurance company for orthodontic benefits. Our goal is to provide outstanding value for reasonable fees!
Treatment fees will vary depending on the complexity of your orthodontic treatment. Dr. Dietrich will determine a treatment fee that fits your specific orthodontic needs. Our office will do everything we can to accommodate you and your budget.
The work it takes to put your braces on, adjust them, and take them off must also be factored into the total cost of treatment. Placing and removing ceramic braces are more sensitive to technique and requires more time.
Our treatment coordinators will be happy to go over the cost with you at your first free consultation.
Best for Adults
After a thorough orthodontic evaluation with Dr. Dietrich, we can determine which treatment option will be best for you and your smile.
At Dietrich Orthodontics, we think clear braces are generally better suited to adults and older teens. This is because clear brackets are more likely to break, and they're more expensive than metal brackets.
Schedule a free consultation with Dr. Dietrich to learn if they may be right for you.