Clear & Ceramic Braces

Self-Ligating, Advanced Clear Braces, Made from Stain-Free Porcelain Materials

About Clear Braces and Ceramic Braces

Do you have crooked or crowded teeth and would like to improve the appearance of your smile? At Murray Orthodontics, we can help. Our highly-trained orthodontists have years of experience providing expert care to families in the Burlington, NJ, and Jenkintown, PA areas. We are here to provide the compassionate care you need to enhance the appearance and function of your smile. Learn more about clear braces and ceramic braces, or contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

Discreet Treatment Option

With clear ceramic braces, most people won’t even notice you’re wearing them unless you’re speaking up close. If you speak publicly, spend a lot of time in front of a camera, or have a lot of big events coming up, our clear ceramic braces could be your solution. You will be able to straighten your teeth and improve your dental health discreetly.

Faster Treatment & Fewer Office Visits

Self-ligating braces straighten your teeth faster with fewer adjustment appointments. The difference is the ability to fully activate the wires at each visit — the wires are what actually move the tooth. Self-ligating brackets keep the wire fully engaged without the high friction elastic ties, this allows the wire to work at its full potential without frequent activation visits. Traditional braces treatment lasts 30 months on average with adjustments every 4 weeks. With advanced self-ligating braces, you can expect a 35% faster treatment time than traditional clear braces, with less frequent visits (every 8–10 weeks)!

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Let us know how you want to improve your smile. Our doctors will let you know what your options are.


Who Are Clear and Ceramic Braces for?

Clear and ceramic braces are for anyone who wants to straighten their teeth and improve the cosmetic appearance of their smile but wants to avoid the look of metal braces. They are designed to match the appearance of your teeth for a look that is more subtle.

Ceramic Brace Closeup | Dr Murray Orthodontics

Why Braces Are So Important?

Getting braces is about more than aesthetics. When your teeth and jaw are properly aligned, it reduces pressure on your temporomandibular or jaw joints. This can reduce chronic pain and other complications.

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How the Procedure Works

Getting braces is typically a quick process and offers minimal discomfort. Learn more about how this simple process works.

Step 1: Book a Consultation

Give us a call today to find out if clear or ceramic braces are right for you. We will walk you through the process and discuss your options.

Step 2: The Day of the Procedure

Applying your braces is typically a quick process. We begin by cleaning your teeth thoroughly. Then we glue the brackets to each tooth before attaching the bands and archwires.

Step 3: After the Procedure

You may feel some discomfort after the braces are applied, but it is generally mild, and you should be able to return to your day with minimal interruption. Our staff will provide you with aftercare instructions and schedule a follow-up visit.

Step 4: Follow-Up Appointments

After your braces are applied, we will provide several follow-up appointments, typically every four to eight weeks, to adjust your braces and make sure your teeth are moving in the right direction.

Step 5: Removal

Once we are satisfied with the results, we will remove your braces so you can enjoy your new smile. The process can take some time, but once they come off, you will begin to enjoy the benefits of a new smile right away.

Start Improving Your Smile Today

Let us help you achieve the beautiful, straight teeth that you have always been dreaming of. Call us today to book your initial evaluation with one of our doctors.

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions that you can expect to be answered during your evaluation include:

What Are Ceramic and Clear Braces?
What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages?
How Much Do They Cost?