Orthodontics

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Orthodontic services include:

  1. Traditional Braces (clear or colored)
  2. Damon System Braces
  3. Invisalign Braces
  4. Dental Implants
  5. Overbite & Underbite Treatment
  6. Retainers 

How does orthodontics work?  

Orthodontics uses the body's natural ability to regenerate its own tissue by using consistent, light force to slowly and gently move teeth into better positions and reshaping bone.

It is never too late to take advantage of orthodontic treatments. Orthodontics can help you build a better smile which will increase your self-confidence and benefit your social and professional life. Orthodontics doesn't just help with looks, but it will also help you bite, chew, and speak better! Properly aligned teeth are also easier to clean which will result in a healthier mouth. 

Orthodontic treatment can resolve a number of bite problems, including:

  • Underbite
  • Crossbite or Excessive overbite (where a space remains between top and bottom teeth when the jaws are closed)
  • Open bite
  • Crowding or Excessive spacing (where teeth are spaced too close together or too far apart) 

Types of Orthodontic Appliances:

In order to correct any bite problems, the teeth need to be moved. Here are a few ways we can gently move teeth: 

Traditional braces

  • Small metal brackets bonded to the front of the teeth with a thin wire running through them.

Clear braces

  • Use brackets made of ceramic or plastic heals together by a slim archwire.
  • These are hardly visible with the exception of the archwire.

Lingual braces

  • Similar to traditional metal braces, but they are bonded to the back of your teeth.
  • These are not visible.

Removable clear aligners (Invisalign)

  • Alternative to fixed orthodontic appliances.
  • Consist of clear plastic trays that fit over your teeth.

Retention and Orthodontic Care:

It is very important to wear a retainer as directed once your orthodontic treatment is finished. Teeth naturally tend to drift back to their original locations and wearing a retainer holds your teeth in their new position long enough for new bone and ligament to form around them. A retainer helps keep your gorgeous new smile looking good for a lifetime.

 

 

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