Orthodontics is most frequently associated with metal braces. Yet this field of specialty can involve treatment for any jaw and tooth positioning issues, so that the teeth are able to function most effectively. The particular way that upper and lower teeth are able to meet when they are in a biting position is known as an occlusion. The goal of a orthodontic treatment is to get this occlusion in the ideal alignment. Although orthodontic treatment can take place at virtually any age, most dentists will prefer to see patients around the age of twelve or thirteen for ideal treatment purposes.
At this age, children will have shed all of their baby teeth, but they won’t have yet hit a growth spurt, which can make the treatment work easier and more quickly. Younger patients have immature bones and teeth, which are easier to reposition, and they are also less likely to have had other dental treatments or surgeries which could get in the way of the orthodontics. However, even though this may be the ideal age for this type of treatment, with today’s wide range of technological options out there it’s possible to move and realign your teeth in the optimal position no matter what your age might be.
If you think that you might benefit from orthodontics, the first step is to have a consultation with your dentist. Not all dentists will be trained with orthodontic dentistry procedures, so if your regular dentist doesn’t perform these services, you will be referred to a specialist orthodontist
Treatment of Irregularly placed teeth WITHOUT BRACES
( aligners/ invisalign )
Self-Ligating braces system
(For faster treatment / treatment without removal of teeth )
Treatment with fixed Braces
(Metal, Tooth coloured / Ceramic braces)
(for Children to correct developing problems)
( fixed, semifixed and removable appliances for correction of jaw problems in kids )
Removable Orthodontic appliances
Fixed and removable appliances for stopping of abnormal habits
appliances and trainers for correction of TM Joint problems.