Invisible orthodontics for all ages
Based on well-balanced function, orthodontics can improve the facial architecture and profile. Our concern is to create a healthy, attractive smile. The harmony of straight teeth, proper function and a nice profile lead to the beauty of your face.
Correction of malaligned teeth
Space opening prior to implant placement or bridgework
Solutions for adults
Aligners: crowded or rotated teeth can easily be aligned and corrected with the help of clear removable aligners, e.g. Invisalign™. A series of clear aligners are changed by the patient every 10 to 14 days in order to achieve the desired tooth position, step by step. The clear plastic aligners are thin, nearly invisible and can be removed during eating or for special occasions. For adults and teens who would feel uncomfortable showing braces, this appliance is an aesthetic and easy-to-handle alternative to conventional orthodontic systems.
Dr. Nina Kemper-Broer is certified in the treatment with Invisalign™ by Align Technology already since 2005, making her a Platin provider.
Show your teeth but not your braces! The lingual technique is based on the fixation of brackets to the lingual surface (inner side) of the teeth. Therefore the appliance will not be seen when you smile!
We are experienced with most types of lingual braces, such as the Incognito™ system or the Incognito™ system, which are especially low in profile. The smooth bracket surface guarantees patient comfort, rapid speech adaptation, and minimizes tongue irritations. The brackets are made of gold and also allow for corrections of significant malalignments.
Another lingual bracket system: The WIN™ silver brackets show a laser-structured surface. Also positioned on the inner aspect of the teeths, the brackets are less susceptible to demineralisation, as studies have shown.
To apply lingual orthodontics is a very challenging technique, and only offered by well-trained, specialized orthodontists.
Dr. Nina Kemper-Broer became a member of the American Lingual Association (ALOA) in 1999 and has since perfected the technique based on her experience. In 2006, she was certified active member by the German Society of Lingual Orthodontics (DGLO) as well as the European Society of Lingual Orthodontics (ESLO).