There are many options to correct the positioning of your teeth, and if you are unhappy with your crooked smile you can reach out to sedation dentists to go over what options would be best for you. There are choices such as ceramic braces, Invisalign, traditional metal, gold metal, behind-the-teeth braces, self-ligating brackets, and others.
The type of braces you get depends on how severe your problem is and what type of treatment your dentist thinks you need. They will look at factors such as the severity of your bite or how crooked your teeth are, if extractions are required, if jaw surgery is necessary, if you will need headgear, or the amount of time you will need to wear the braces.
Some other factors include the specialty of your sedation dentist, how much money you are willing to pay, and what cosmetic desires you have. It can be a very personal decision, but the input from your dentist is very important. Technology and procedures have come so far in the last 20 years and getting the smile you’ve dreamed of can just be a consultation away.