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About Orthodontic (Brace)

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on correcting the alignment of teeth and jaws to improve oral health and aesthetics. It involves diagnosing, preventing, and treating irregularities in the teeth and jaws, such as misaligned teeth, crowded teeth, overbites, underbites, and crossbites.

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Orthodontic Treatment Process

  1. Consultation and Examination: You begin by consulting with an orthodontist, a dental specialist who is trained in orthodontics. During the initial examination, the orthodontist will assess your teeth, jaws, and overall oral health to determine if orthodontic treatment is necessary and which treatment options are suitable for your specific needs.

  2. Treatment Planning: Based on the examination findings, the orthodontist will develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to address your specific orthodontic issues. This plan may involve using braces, aligners, or other orthodontic appliances to gradually move your teeth into their proper positions.

  3. Braces or Aligners: Depending on the treatment plan, you may be fitted with braces or clear aligners (e.g., Invisalign). Braces consist of brackets that are bonded to the teeth and connected by archwires, which apply gentle pressure to gradually move the teeth into alignment. Clear aligners are custom-made, removable trays that fit snugly over the teeth and exert controlled forces to guide tooth movement.

  4. Adjustments: Throughout the treatment process, you'll have periodic appointments with your orthodontist for adjustments. During these appointments, the orthodontist may tighten the braces or provide you with new sets of aligners to continue the progress of tooth movement.

  5. Monitoring Progress: Your orthodontist will closely monitor your progress at regular intervals to ensure that your teeth are moving according to the treatment plan. Adjustments may be made to the treatment plan as needed to achieve optimal results.

  6. Retention Phase: Once the desired alignment of teeth and jaws is achieved, a retention phase begins. During this phase, you may be prescribed a retainer to wear to maintain the results and prevent teeth from shifting back to their original positions. Retainers may be removable or fixed behind the teeth, depending on your orthodontic needs.


Why Choose Orthodontic (Brace)?

  • Orthodontic treatment improves the appearance of your smile.

  • It enhances oral function and overall oral health.

  • Correcting misalignments and bite irregularities makes it easier to maintain good oral hygiene.

  • Orthodontic treatment reduces the risk of dental problems.

  • It improves chewing and speech functions.

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