You’ve probably already put lots of thought into defining your individual style for the new school year. Have you considered how your braces can be an integral part of that style? Choosing back to school braces colors can add to your style in fun and unique ways. Here’s a quick and simple guide to help you get started with choosing your colors.
So Many Colors
Gone are the days when braces only came in a handful of colors, most orthodontists now have a whole rainbow of colors to choose from, including multiple shades of the same color. This means that the possibilities are practically endless! But how do you know what to choose?
Finding Your Colors
Finding the colors that best suit you can take some time, but it can be a fun process too. Think about which colors you enjoy wearing the most. Which ones bring out the color of your eyes or highlight your hair? Which ones accent your skin tone or make your freckles pop? Which ones match your favorite accessories? These can all be great places to start for picking a color that will bring out your best features and show off your personality.
Choosing a Color Theme
After you’ve found a few go-to colors that you like, the next creative step is often to start mixing colors. This can also be great for showing off your festive spirit around holidays. Think orange and black for Halloween, blue and silver for Hanukkah, or red and green for Christmas. Or you could choose your school’s colors for some literal back to school braces colors or to show off your school spirit when preparing for a big game! Or you could ask to go with a full on rainbow for a whole variety of colors across your smile!
Your Best Smile
Some people feel nervous about getting braces because they are worried that they will stand out, but standing out can be a great thing when you want to show off your individual personality, creativity, and awesome new smile, so give yourself a chance to enjoy your braces to the fullest. You’ll only have braces for a short time in the grand scheme of things, and braces wearers often report that they miss their braces once they are off, so don’t be afraid to make the most of all your color options while you have them.
Choosing back to school braces colors should be fun, so take your time to think about your ideas before your next appointment. If you’re feeling stuck deciding, you could also ask your orthodontist about popular choices that other patients have chosen recently as a starting off point to get your creative juices flowing. Braces colors can express anything you’d like them to, so be bold and have fun!
Call our 5th Street, Riverside, Galleria, Heights, Oak Forest, Rice Village, Richmond, Spring or Hulen dental offices to make an appointment with a dentist who may be able to help you find out more about this topic, and improve your oral health.