Unitek’s President deciding on braces is a marketing move but one which offers important points. Incognito Lingual present no age barriers and he trusts his company’s technology.
There was a time when a dentist would take impressions and a technician then do their best to create appliances by hand. Some still do, although Incognito are light years ahead of this approach.
Their CAD/CAM modelling systems, along with the robotic technology used to create their braces bring speed and precision. Ensuring Incognito Lingual are made to match your unique treatment plan.
An Individual Solution
Using a technology based system adds an extra dimension. The way you, or your orthodontist want your teeth to move can be mapped out and seen before the process even begins.
You can envisage the end result and as importantly, the braces hold the result they are there to achieve. They are a knowledge system, entirely customised to meet your needs.
An ideal fit also adds to comfort and reduces possible damage. Not touching the front of your teeth is part of this, although they are a kind approach by design.
The flat finish of Incognito Lingual braces is part of the reason they are comfortable to wear, along with thin bracket bases and a quite low level of bonding material.
This is a welcome benefit, which arises from shrewd engineering. The braces are made on an inclined plane, which allows what might otherwise be shearing forces to convert into subtle, compressive forces.
Bracket fabrication and positioning based on accurate computer models makes sure this happens. Your braces are manufactured to tolerances which might be expected on aircraft parts, with similar performance.
A study in Germany compared different types of lingual brackets and showed that the customized brackets Incognito produce were better for space restriction, reddening or other symptoms.
Above all, they are a system with a technical edge which helps bring success. Incognito Lingual braces being pleasant to wear and invisible is simply an added personal advantage.