Incognito™ is an invisible brace system with a difference. Unlike conventional braces, Incognito™ braces are placed on the inside of the teeth making them completely invisible to others. Incognito™ lingual braces are 100% custom-made for the individual and designed to fit the shape and contours of each individual tooth. The system uses advanced technology to move the teeth and create beautifully straight smiles.
Benefits of Incognito™
Invisible: this is the major advantage of Incognito™ lingual braces. Many people are put off having orthodontic treatment because they don't want to wear bulky, unsightly braces – this treatment provides an amazing solution. Because the Incognito™ braces are fitted to the rear of the teeth, they will be completely invisible to others.
Comfort: you may assume that lingual braces are painful because they lie so close to the tongue, but this is not the case. Incognito™ braces are extremely fine and the brackets are smaller than normal braces, so there is no risk of friction or cutting. There is also no risk of nickel allergies.
Fast treatment time: you will notice the results quickly and it is usually complete within 15-28 months.
Stages of treatment
What is Incognito™?
It is a lingual brace system, which means that the braces are fitted to the back of the teeth and not the front.
Are the braces painful?
Initially some adjustments to the device are expected, but there should be very little pain involved during the treatment process.
How long does treatment take?
Treatment is different for each individual patient, though it is usually complete within 15-28 months.
Is Incognito™ suitable for everyone?
Incognito™ is a versatile treatment and suitable for anyone who is a candidate for traditional fixed braces.
Is Incognito™ as successful as other treatments?
Yes, Incognito™ is an effective treatment system. We have treated many patients who have attained remarkable results.
Are Incognito™ braces really invisible?
Incognito™ braces are fitted to the back of the teeth to ensure nobody is able to see them unless you open your mouth wide.
Will the braces have an effect on my speech?
Mild speech impediment is expected at first but it will soon return to normal.