In-Ovation braces are a popular new braces system for patients of all ages. Many people have questions about these braces, so we made a list of commonly asked questions to get you started.

Why is the In-Ovation braces system different?

The difference is in the hardware and wiring. Traditional braces use elastic ties with wires that hold the wire tightly in place. In-Ovation braces are self-ligating, meaning that a clip built into the bracket holds the wire in place and controls movement. This provides less friction and less discomfort.

How long can I expect to wear In-Ovation braces?

Each case is unique, but patients using the In-Ovation system have fewer appointments and treatment finishes much faster.

Will In-Ovation braces hurt?

At the beginning of treatment, your braces may feel odd or different in your mouth. It usually takes a day or two to get used to, but there shouldn’t be pain. Most patients love how little discomfort there is with this system. The unique design corrects alignment gently as opposed to the force you might experience with traditional braces.

Will these braces work for adults?

Everyone can benefit with the In-Ovation system, including adults! The system comes with multiple treatment options. This means that we can address your needs whether you need minor adjustments or a more aggressive approach. In addition, In-Ovation is more visually pleasing than traditional metal braces.

How much does the In-Ovation System braces cost?

The cost of the system will depend on your unique treatment plan and your insurance. Our office will discuss this with you at your initial consultation and work with you to get the most out of your insurance benefits.

Why did you choose this system for braces?

We pride ourselves on offering the best in orthodontic care and the latest in technology. We believe that this system provides precise results, with the best comfort, and in the least amount of time. In-Ovation is one of the most preferred systems available today.

If you have any additional questions about the In-Ovation System, contact us today at (972) 393-5550.