Tips For Picking Out Colors For Braces

Tips For Picking Out Colors For Braces Traditional braces made with metal wires and brackets can help straighten a smile. Straightening a smile can help build confidence and lower the risk of dental problems. However, wearing braces can sometimes make someone feel less confident. Picking out the color of the brackets is one way to increase that confidence and lean into the process. Whether you want to go with your favorite color, the color of your school mascot, or go with something more discreet, there are options to make you feel empowered. The team at Lake Country Orthodontics in Fort Worth, Texas wants you to feel in control over your orthodontic treatment. 

Colored Brackets

Along with choosing different colored brackets, you can also choose different color bands to really make your smile your own. Choose colors that suit your mood or life at the time. You can also choose colors that complement the tone of your skin. For those with fairer, cooler skin tone, go for colors like lilac or blue. For those with darker, olive complexions, rich vibrant warmer colors can look good.

More Discreet Options

If you would rather that your braces not stand out, you can opt for the more discreet option of tooth-colored brackets. The brackets can be made to match the shade of your teeth, which can make them blend better with your smile. The ceramic brackets are much less noticeable than ones of brighter, bolder colors. If you are not yet wearing braces and are looking for a more discreet way to adjust your smile’s alignment, Invisalign may be a good option for you. Invisalign aligners are not made of metal, but are made of a clear acrylic to provide a nearly invisible way to straighten your smile. If you have mild to moderate orthodontic needs, you may qualify for Invisalign treatment.

Are you wearing braces in 2019?

What color are the brackets of your braces? To schedule your consultation call Lake Country Orthodontics in Fort Worth, TX at (817) 236-7846. Our office proudly serves patients who live in Ft. Worth, White Settlement, North Ft. Worth, Springtown, Rome, Haslet, Azle, Saginaw, and all surrounding communities.