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LAST UPDATED: JULY 29, 2016

Do Braces Come in Different Colors?

If you or your child needs to get braces, you have many color options to choose from. The days of being forced to wear ugly metallic braces are long gone. Now you can at least have colored braces that are stylish and make you feel more confident while you are wearing them. How do you decide which color to choose? Let’s take a look at some of the steps you should take to find the colored braces that are right for you:

Braces Colors FAQ

What is the color selector?

Talk to your orthodontist and find out if he or she has a braces color selector, which is sometimes called a color wheel. This will give you a list of all of the braces colors options that are available to you. Consider these colors for a long time before you actually get the braces. This will prevent you from being forced to make a fast decision.

What are my braces color options?

You need to remember that the colors that you see represented on the selector are going to appear lighter when you see them on your actual braces. There are also color wheels online that you can take a look at before you visit your orthodontist. These will give you an idea of what you can expect. Ideally, you want to find a color wheel online that is interactive. This will allow you to place the various colors onto a photo of teeth that are wearing braces. By doing this, you can see what you are going to look like when wearing the different colors. However, some of the colors featured on various websites may not be available at your orthodontist’s office. You should also consider getting clear braces.

Think about mixing certain colors, such as:

  • Rainbow colors
  • Silver and gold
  • The colors of your school
  • Your favorite colors
  • Colors associated with holidays: orange and black for Halloween, Green and red for Christmas, etc.
  • The colors of your favorite sports team
  • The colors of your country’s flag

What are some tips for selecting braces colors?

The colors of your hair and skin will both be major factors in determining how your braces eventually look on you. Avoid choosing colors that will clash with your particular color of skin and hair.

  • Hair and skin colors that are lighter have a tendency to look good with braces that are royal blue, plum, raspberry, salmon, bronze, petrol blue, blue-green, bluish red, green khaki, caramel and vermilion.
  • Hair and skin colors that are darker have a tendency to look good with braces that are violet, fuchsia, anise green, turquoise, gold, pink, pastel blue, orange or dark blue.

Contact Our Orthodontic Office Today

The orthodontist working at Beach Braces in Manhattan Beach, Calif., understands how to evaluate her patients with top-of-the-line computer software. Dr. Patricia J. Panucci works with children, teenagers and adults to improve their smile and bite with these orthodontic treatments:

• Lingual braces
• Self-ligating devices
• Wild smile brackets
• Aesthetic devices
• Invisalign for adults and teenagers

Make sure you visit an Invisalign specialist like Patricia J. Panucci of Manhattan Beach Orthodontics. She possesses great skill and knowledge along with a compassionate nature. Her practice offers a complimentary consultation. She will give you a thorough evaluation and help you achieve a new and improved smile with perfectly straight teeth. Schedule an appointment today!

Beach Braces, 1730 Manhattan Beach Blvd. Suite B, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

TEL: 310-379-0006 Fax: (310) 379-7051.

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