Straightening your teeth can be accomplished in different ways. The kind of orthodontic treatment you have will depends on your preference and the options provided by your orthodontist.
If you have an abnormal bite your dentist may recommend braces or another orthodontic treatment to straighten out your smile.
The specialized orthodontics team will gives you a more self-given confident to smile. There are lots of opportunity to choose from a variety of braces advanced metal ones and similar cosmetic color of teeth and transparent braces that will fits your expectations at the hands of specialists and consultants with considerable experience in the field of orthodontics and maxillofacial type that suits you best.
Traditional braces align teeth by applying pressure. They usually consist of small brackets cemented to your teeth, connected by a wire periodically tightened by your orthodontist. These brackets could be made from metal or transparent ceramic.
This technique on the metal and transparent quality (almost similar to the color of age), where we put brackets on each tooth with an orthodontic wire between them in order to move the teeth to re-shape the aesthetic and functional teeth.
This technology is a revolution in orthodontics without the use of wires, they use a set of brackets matrix along and made of a thin layer of clear plastic so that it is coated with age so that the guard to your teeth and is working to evaluate and draw a wonderful smile at the same time. This technique is transparent and easy to use where it can be easily removed from the teeth to be cleaned up and cleaning your teeth and then return it to the place. But limited to some simple cases, where it is not appropriate for all cases!
Some common Orthodontic problems.
A Palatal Expander can effectively treat a child's cross-bite (a condition where the upper teeth close inside the lower ones) because a youngster's jaw is still growing rapidly. However, if left untreated, oral surgery could later be required to correct this serious condition
Orthodontic treatment success and failure is mainly on the patient's cooperation and follow your doctor's instructions meticulously both in terms of the use of rubber or in terms of the use of hardware and take care of it also depends, as there are devices outside the oral use in the growth of the maxillary correct facial. The use of such kind of devices will be in limited times is the golden times, although their effectiveness would no longer exist after this period and thus become useless and useless.
Frequent absences lead to the continued application of tooth forces are undesirable leads to an imbalance in the projected treatment plan.
Follow the doctor's instructions carefully, especially after the device placed inside the mouth, where are advised to refrain from chewing gum and candies, nuts and cruel, food and all kinds that lead to dislocationof brackets and wires from their places and thus delay the processing period for several months.
The most important things are to not damage your braces or your teeth during your treatment, so take special care to avoid any foods that could damage or harm your teeth. While you have braces it’s important to maintain a balanced diet but eating too many sugary foods with braces can lead to plaque build-up around your brackets that could permanently stain or damage your teeth.
There are many ways by which we can maintain a clean and healthy teeth.
Take care of absolute oral health through good and proper brushing. If you wear braces it is important to clean them after every meal. Food particles are more easily trapped in the mechanisms of dental braces and can then fall through and become lodged between the teeth. Brushing teeth must be accurately and at a rate of 3-5 times a day and after every meal,
After the end of orthodontic treatment you should check the dentist to conduct periodic inspection (every 6 months) in order to assess the state of the teeth in general and treatment of caries primitive, if any, and the removal of sediments which is considered the biggest factor leading to gingivitis.