Upland Ca Inbrace - how inbrace works

WOW from the inside out.

Created by orthodontists, our Smartwire™ uses advanced computer modeling and AI to move your teeth in a way that’s fast, healthy and completely under the radar. Sound complicated? It’s not.

How InBrace® works

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1. ScanAn orthodontist will scan and create a 3D image of the inside of your mouth to personalize your Smartwire️️️️️️️️ for predictable results.

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2. DesignInBrace will program your Smartwire with Gentleforce technology based on your orthodontist’s treatment plan. So your teeth start moving gently into place—like autopilot.

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3. Smile NowLet the wow begin! You can start smiling on day 1 because InBrace is completely hidden (even up close). And there are no painful monthly tightenings or tray changes required, so while the Smartwire is back there doing its thing, you can keep doing your thing.

Top Features

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The Smartwire™️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️️ Highly-intelligent, unassuming, and custom-fit specifically for your teeth and treatment plan.

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Gentleforce™ Technology Gently and efficiently moves teeth into place according to your pre-programmed treatment plan.

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Friction-free Tooth Movement No sliding mechanics or uncomfortable adjustments required. Smile, this is gonna be easy.

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Healthier Teeth Protects the long-term health of your gums, teeth, and mouth. (And makes you look good.)

Treatment Guide

InBrace is made for the majority of cases like spacing, crowding, and bite. Check out our handy guide to see if InBrace is right for you.

Spacing – When you look in the mirror do you see your front teeth bunched up, overlapping, or rotated? Commonly referred to as crowding, teeth positioned this way can be hard to brush and floss completely. Also did you know that crowded teeth can get worse over time?

Crowding – Crowding refers to teeth that are bunched up, overlapping, or slightly rotated. This can make it hard to brush and floss and can get worse over time.

Open Bite – An open bite occurs when upper and lower teeth don’t touch when your mouth is closed, making it difficult to chew or bite into food.

Over bite – A deep bite occurs when your front teeth excessively overlap your lower teeth. Correcting this can help your bite and restore a more natural smile and profile.

Under bite – An underbite is when your lower teeth jut out in front of your upper teeth. It can be uncomfortable, even painful, make it hard to chew or speak properly and cause teeth to wear down more quickly.

Ready to reclaim your mouth?

Schedule your consultations today!

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