BRACES/ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT DONE FOR ALL AGE GROUPS INCLUDING ADULTS (12YRS-60YRS)
Many people have crowded or crooked teeth or their teeth don’t meet correctly when they bite. These problems can cause the teeth to become damaged or can put a strain on your jaw muscles.
In few cases, abnormal development of the teeth and jaw can affect the shape of the face.
The position of your teeth and jaws has an effect on your bite. Your bite is how your upper and bottom teeth come together. Teeth that are aligned properly and teeth with a correct bite are healthier, makes it easier to eat, smile and speak by improving the look and health of their smile.
Straighter teeth give you more than a beautiful smile. With straight teeth, you have a better chance of preventing plaque buildup which reduce the risk of future dental problems and give you a big reason to smile.
When it comes to orthodontic treatment options, there are many, including traditional metal braces, clear invisalign braces, ceramic braces and lingual braces.
It all depends on the type of orthodontic treatment you need to achieve a balanced aesthetic result.
It focuses on the correcting the misalignment of bite and spacing between teeth, not just for aesthetic enhancement but it also serves to improve a patient’s overall oral health for a lifetime.
Your orthodontist will recommend a treatment plan based on the severity of your incorrect bite, the degree of misalignment, and your desires regarding treatment times.
Whatever orthodontic treatment is best for your individual case, braces will straighten your teeth, help you bite and chew correctly, improve your appearance, improve your oral health, and help you feel better.
Benefits can include:
- correction of crowded teeth and straightening your teeth
- correction of your bite so the front and back teeth meet evenly
- improving your appearance, including your smile
- closing the gaps between the teeth
- To improve speech, eating and long-term health of gums & teeth
- To prevent damage to teeth due to long-term excessive wear or trauma (of the teeth)