Orthodontic Care for Children and Teens

Revolutionary, Discreet Treatment

Clear braces in Kansas City and Raymore, MO, are popular with patients who are looking for a more discreet treatment option. They are less noticeable than traditional metal braces, with stain-resistant brackets and bands that blend with your child’s natural teeth color. We offer a revolutionary, tie-free ceramic braces system called In-Ovation® C that has made embarrassment a thing of the past for children and teens.

What Are Clear Braces?

Clear braces are made of a clear ceramic composite that does not stain upon eating or drinking foods. In addition, these clear ceramic braces help align teeth in a shorter period of time than plastic braces. With regular visits and proper care, ceramic braces can help your child or teen straighten their teeth and obtain a perfect smile in less time and fewer visits.

In-Ovation® C Technology

The In-Ovation® C clear ceramic self-ligating braces system features free-sliding technology to gently correct your child’s teeth alignment while exerting next to no pressure on their teeth. This means that appointments are quicker and more painless than with fixed wire braces. Also, less time in the orthodontist’s chair means more time to spend doing the things you and your child love.

Benefits of Clear Braces

With In-Ovation® clear braces, most people won’t even notice your child is wearing them. Your child will be able to straighten their teeth and improve their dental health discreetly. Additionally, they will enjoy:

  • Stainless ceramic and clear, non-porous bands that resist staining
  • Increased comfort — In-Ovation braces are smaller and more streamlined than traditional metal braces, so your child will experience less discomfort throughout their treatment
  • Faster overall treatment — Self-ligating braces exert the right amount of pressure on the right teeth at the right angle more effectively than rubber bands can. Your child’s teeth are able to move into their proper positions faster, shortening their overall time in braces