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Akdent Marmaris Clinic
Muğla, Turkey
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Perfect Smile Clinic
İzmir, Turkey
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Acibadem Bodrum Hospital
Muğla, Turkey
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Implant Clinic Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey
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Sonrie Estudio Dental
Catalonia, Spain
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Carac Giorgiana Meriem, Romania
star star Feb 2020

O experiență de ne uitat cu oameni minunați ,sufletești , cu o experiență enormă. Am recomandat deja tuturor prietenilor care au nevoie de intervenția gastrice ,GS ,GBOTOX, ETC cu toata increderea .Sunteti cei mai minunați oameni din viata mea ,a doua mea familie deoarecec miati dat sansa la o nouă viață!!!!De aceea va voi respecta si va voi IUBI PE TOTI!!!!! de la un cap la altul, de la mic la mare RECOMAND 100% TOATE SERVICIILE ACORDATE !!!!!!

Adrian Ciurezeanu, Romania
star star Jan 2020

The first time I had some doubts about the intervențion , Due to the fact that the hair regenerates periodic,what I can say is that the result of a hair transplant is 100% successful. This revival comes after a period of 9 months waiting to see the result of the intervention. I recommend Flymedi and of course I recommend the person who was near me during the intervention Mr Mustafa. Mr. Mustafa is a person I rarely met. I can say that everything related to professionalism is on his side. I recommend to all those who want to have professional interventions, to have the highest confidence in Flymedi. Thank you Flymedi !

TR Z, Belgium
star star Jan 2020

I came across FlyMedi online while looking for medical tourism options for septorhinoplasty in Turkey. I was contacted by FlyMedi's Nadia via email within hours of submitting for more information on their website. Nadia made herself available 24/7 via email and WhatsApp, even as I traveled across multiple time zones. Nadia provided multiple options in multiple locations with pros and cons and for each and stayed in touch throughout the process. I already recommended FlyMedi and specifically Nadia to friends and family considering Turkey for any medical tourism they may be considering. Thank you Nadia!

Adam, United Kingdom
star star Jan 2020

I'd been researching the procedure for a while and the cost in Australia was significantly higher than in Turkey. I came across the Flymedi website and within hours of submitting an enquiry, Nadia had reached out. She provided multiple quotes with different options, background on the doctors and hospitals. Nadia was available 24/7 and really helped me through everything from start to finish. Great business idea, exceptional staff and great customer service

Gabriella, Germany
star star Jan 2020

I am really happy that I have planned my operation through Flymedi. Robin took great care of me and was always there for me and made everything possible. I had a breast lift and tummy tuck and had liposuction by Dr. Asli Datli. MedicalPark in Istanbul. she is a super doctor, the results has become very nice and was also there well cared for. Nurse Yeliz is adorable and has always been by my side. She was also always available and answered all my questions. I have felt very well, thanks again to all I am very satisfied.

Recommended For Lingual Braces

All types of braces for teeth are recommended for the people who dream about straight teeth, and they are past the age when it was possible with other methods. Throughout the last 20 years, braces for adults enjoy increasing popularity due to the rising awareness that getting braces is not something to be ashamed of and testifies that one cares about his/her teeth. Adult braces are standard in many countries and are not met with big surprise anymore. 
Lingual braces are a good option for people who find wearing braces as something affecting their job life or just prefer their braces behind teeth rather than on their front. 

Not Recommended For Lingual Braces

New generations of lingual braces are addressed to any patient who needs straight teeth. Therefore, they are available for anybody who thinks about getting braces and do not have any special requirements. 

Overview

Lingual braces are a kind of orthodontic braces, similar to metal braces and Invisalign braces. The difference between these types of braces is the position – lingual braces are placed behind the teeth. Lingual braces are the perfect solution for patients who do not want to opt for metal braces for teeth because they are afraid it might affect their image or self-esteem. Lingual braces are not relatively new – these products have been in use since the 1970s onwards, and patient reviews are excellent nowadays, despite initial setbacks.

 

Lingual Braces vs. Invisalign

Many patients have a tough time choosing between Invisalign braces or lingual braces. Both Invisalign and lingual braces have their own pros and cons, so it's hard to determine which type of dental braces is better  -  this depends heavily on the patient and his or her needs. Both types of braces are less visible than metal braces, with lingual braces being placed behind the teeth and Invisalign is made from transparent plastic. 

 

Although people find it difficult to choose between lingual braces and Invisalign dental braces, it has been proven that in fact there are no significant differences between them, since both of the techniques straighten the teeth without being overly visible.  

How It Is Performed

As with other types of dental braces, the average lingual braces procedure is performed in two different stages. First, the dentist will start by taking x-days, molds, and photographs of the patient's teeth. During the second stage, the doctor will prepare an individual set of lingual braces. The wires of the braces are then attached to brackets which will be later cemented to the patient's teeth.

In some cases, patients will be required to undergo tooth extractions in order to make room for the new position of the teeth. The procedure usually lasts a couple of hours and needs to be repeated every few months for the full duration of the teeth straightening process. This process is called a lingual braces review – the dentist will check the straightening progress and manipulate the wires accordingly.

Risks

Lingual braces and teeth braces, in general, may lead to some complications, although rarely: 

  • Shortening of the teeth’s roots – patients with lingual braces can experience root shortening.
  • Cavities and oral hygiene problems – similarly to other types of braces, patients have a higher chance of developing cavities or plaque on their teeth due to having braces.
  • Tooth decalcification – patients who opt for high sugar foods and drink may experience decalcification of their teeth.
  • Difficulty with speech and mastication – most people will experience some sort of difficulty with masticating and speaking after applying the braces.
  • Tongue pain – lingual braces have a higher discomfort rate for the patient, including tongue pain.

     

However, it worth keeping in mind that the occurrence of complications while wearing braces behind the teeth is rare, and most patients will not experience long-lasting problems.

Side Effects

Although generally, looking at lingual braces pros and cons, lingual braces procedure is a good choice, still there are some lingual braces disadvantages. Firstly, for the first 2-3 weeks, patients getting braces will need to learn to speak and eat with their dental braces. Secondly, lingual braces may irritate the inside of one's oral cavity since they are placed next to the tongue. Nevertheless, those lingual braces disadvantages should recede over time. If it is not so, it is better to contact the orthodontic specialist who performed the lingual braces procedure and get an advice.

Faq

How Much Do Braces Cost? Lingual braces cost depends not only on materials itself. The most important factor is the cost of lingual braces procedure performed by an orthodontic specialist. There are huge differences between the USA, Western Europe and countries which are thought to be the most popular health tourism destinations such as Turkey, Spain, or India. 

What are Lingual Braces? 
Lingual braces are, like every type of dental braces, a kind of teeth straightening procedure. In lingual braces procedure, an orthodontist places braces behind teeth – hence another common name, invisible braces. 

How do Braces Work? 
Wires and brackets straighten teeth by putting pressure on them in the desired direction. Therefore, it is important to make a lingual braces review every few months. 

Invisalign vs. Braces – What Is Better? 
There is no definite answer to this question. Both of them are kind of invisible braces, but their material is different (plastic vs. metal union and they may lead to some complications. For this reason, it is up to the patient and an orthodontic specialist conducting the braces procedure.

Are metal braces better than clear?

Some patients wonder if metal braces are better than Invisalign. The answer to this question is not an easy one, as all patients are different and have different expectations from the procedure. For example, metal braces have a much lower chance of breaking, while some patients may be allergic to certain metals found in metal braces. It’s better to consult your dentist and see which solution is right for you.

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This content is written and reviewed by our medical content teamin August, 2019.