Treatment using next-generation brackets and bands or transparent aligners
When to resort to orthodontics?
Crooked, overlapping or protruding teeth can ruin your looks or your “bite” (the way your teeth meet), making cleaning difficult. If the appearance or working of your teeth makes you unhappy then maybe orthodontal treatment is the solution.
Is it important to fix these problems?
It is important to fix problem teeth to keep them and your gums healthy. Teeth that are crooked or overlapping are hard to clean and dirty teeth promote tooth decay and gum disease.
Getting one’s teeth straightened can improve self-confidence, speech, dental hygiene, digestion and looks.
Teeth that are positioned incorrectly can cause problems in the jaw joint. They can make it difficult to chew certain food and cause premature wearing of the teeth. They can even cause muscular strain and pain. Orthodontics can balance the bite and reduce other dental problems.
Who can benefit from orthodontal treatment?
Children, teenagers and adults can all receive orthodontal treatment. The choice of what type can only be determined after a thorough orthodontal evaluation.
What type of orthodontal treatment and techniques do we use?
The DAMON system is one of the treatments of choice. Its results are extraordinary, the time it takes to align the teeth is short (on average 24 months), it’s comfortable, produces a lifelong smile of beauty, requires relatively few appointments and is easy to look after.
Transparent teeth aligners are an excellent alternative to traditional braces. Simple, discreet and comfortable, transparent aligners are almost invisible and are custom-made from impressions taken of a patient’s mouth.
If you are interested in orthodontal treatment ask your dentist the following questions.
situation. Once the procedure is complete, you will be advised on how to keep your orthodontics clean and in good order.
With healthy teeth and gums, you can make the most of your beautiful smile your entire life!
Our clinic offers several payment possibilities as well as financing.
Some insurance plans will provide a lump-sum payment toward orthodontal treatment. Just ask your insurance company.