InBrace Consent Form

InBrace is a type of orthodontic treatment that uses a lingual bracket system to straighten teeth discreetly. The brackets are placed on the back of the teeth, making them virtually invisible. Before undergoing InBrace treatment, patients are required to sign an InBrace consent form.

The InBrace consent form typically includes information about the treatment, including its benefits, potential risks, and side effects. It also outlines the patient's responsibilities during and after the treatment, such as maintaining good oral hygiene, following the recommended diet, and attending regular appointments with their orthodontist.

The InBrace consent form may also include a section that requests the patient's medical history, including any existing medical conditions or allergies. This information is necessary for the orthodontist to determine if the patient is a suitable candidate for InBrace treatment and to customise the treatment plan to their specific needs.

By signing the InBrace consent form, the patient acknowledges their understanding of the information provided and gives consent for the treatment. The form serves as a legal document that protects both the patient and the orthodontist, ensuring that the treatment is conducted safely and responsibly.

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