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Affordable Braces and Aligners in Delhi


Braces are a type of fixed orthodontic appliance, so they’re bonded to the teeth. They are made up of wires, brackets, and bands. They apply steady, gentle pressure to move your teeth into their correct positions.


Dentists use dental appliances to correct the alignment of the teeth and straighten them. Some people have crooked teeth, teeth crowding, and not a proper alignment of teeth. So dentists use braces to put your teeth in proper alignment and allow you to eat a normal bite, smile openly, and also help in improving your facial appearance.


While braces are effective at any age, the most effective time to get braces is at an early age when the adult teeth have just grown in and are still malleable, and the underlying dental structures, including the jaws and facial bones, still have growth potential.


  • Metal Conventional Braces: Metal braces are fixed braces that consist of metal brackets that attach to the front of your teeth and are connected with a metal wire. Fixed braces need to be put on and removed by orthodontist, which is why they are ‘fixed. Patients can wear them on both the top and bottom of their teeth or just on one arch.
  • Metal Self Ligating Braces: This ligation method is different from traditional braces. In this method tiny elastic bands or metal ties are applied to the brackets. Self-ligating braces have a built-in system that keeps them active and helps move teeth at a faster pace.
  • Lingual Braces: These braces are placed behind the teeth. These metallic braces can be made even of silver or gold. The treatment is highly aesthetic and less visible.
  • Aligners: Invisible teeth aligners are clear, tight-fitting mouthpieces that fit over your teeth. They’re a popular alternative to traditional metal braces. “Invisible teeth aligners are clear, removable, and are worn all day and all night,”. Teeth aligners are created from molds or digital scans of your teeth.


  • Brush behind your braces daily
  • Replace rubber bands after every meal
  • Practice adjusting to your new smile
  • Wash your retainers daily
  • Visit your dentist on every follow-up




Answer – The length of treatment with braces or aligners can vary depending on the individual case. In general, braces are worn for 1-3 years, while aligners are worn for 6-18 months. We will provide a specific treatment plan that includes an estimated timeline for your case.

Answer – It is common to experience some discomfort or soreness when wearing braces or aligners, especially after they are first placed or adjusted. However, this discomfort should subside within a few days. Over-the-counter pain relievers can help to manage any discomfort.

Answer – While wearing braces, it is important to avoid certain foods that can damage or dislodge the brackets or wires, such as hard or sticky candies and chewing gum. With aligners, you can remove them while eating and drinking, but it is still important to maintain good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly.

Answer – During orthodontic treatment, you will need to see your orthodontist regularly for adjustments and progress checks. With braces, this is typically every 4-6 weeks, while with aligners, it may be every 6-8 weeks.

Answer – After completing orthodontic treatment with braces or aligners, you will need to wear a retainer to prevent your teeth from shifting back to their original positions. Your orthodontist will provide specific instructions for how often to wear the retainer and for how long. In general, a retainer is worn full-time for the first few months and then gradually reduced to just at night.

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