At Davis Orthodontics, we leverage the latest innovations in orthodontics to ensure all of our patients achieve flawless smiles quickly, comfortably and aesthetically. We have options to suit any age or lifestyle, including metal braces, clear braces, self-ligating braces and lingual braces. To find out which type will give you the best possible results, call us at (864) 801-3500 (Greer office) or (864) 967-0053 (Simpsonville office) and schedule your complimentary consultation with Dr. Buddy. Here’s a preview of what’s on our practice’s menu:
Clarity™ ADVANCED Ceramic Braces
Clear braces are perfect for people in search of a more aesthetic look. Dr. Buddy uses Clarity™ ADVANCED brackets, the most innovative, cosmetic, clear bracket available. They’re transparent, small in size and customized to fit your teeth and mouth so they’re barely noticeable. Our clear braces are safe and effective for patients of all ages.
Incognito™ braces are lingual braces that are custom made just for your teeth and, best of all, they’re completely hidden from view. Lingual braces are the least visible of any type of orthodontic treatment because they’re placed on the back of your teeth. The cutting-edge treatment relies on precise digital treatment planning and allows Dr. Buddy to effectively reposition your teeth and give you your dream smile. Dr. Buddy is a leading provider of Incognito™ braces in Greenville, Simpsonville, Greer and the surrounding area. In fact, he’s the only Premier Provider of Incognito braces in the Upstate of SC. Contact Davis Orthodontics and schedule a free consultation today to find out if you’re a candidate for Incognito™ braces.
Traditional Metal Braces
These are the most common type of braces and they’re still popular today because they’re so effective. However, modern braces are more streamlined and comfortable. These are a popular choice for patients who like to choose colorful elastics to show off their personality.
Self-ligating braces also consist of brackets and wires, however, they don’t require ligatures (elastics or metal ties). The brackets have little doors that hold the memory wires in places. They’re a good option for patients who initially have significant crowding. The brackets are designed to provide a little less friction and, in some cases, this boosts efficiency and comfort.