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Do you have:
Crooked, overlapped or malaligned teeth?
Gaps between teeth?
upper teeth excessively protruding out?
The lower front teeth bite into the inner tissue of the upper teeth?.
Upper teeth are placed behind lower teeth?
Thumb / Finger sucking or Mouth breathing habit( specially in children)?

If the answer is yes to any of the above questions, you are in need of orthodontic treatment.

Years ago, orthodontic treatments were used only for pre-teens and teens having problems with their bite (malocclusion). Today, orthodontic treatments like dental braces are not only for pre-teens and teens, but for adults as well. No matter what your age, orthodontics can protect your bite (occlusion), maximize your teeth's effectiveness in performing their functions and create a well-aligned smile.

As a cosmetic dentistry procedure, a major advantage of braces over other cosmetic treatments is that it is the least invasive way of improving your smile. Corrections are achieved by moving your own teeth.

What are braces?

Braces are appliances that the orthodontist uses to correct your bite. These braces are either fixed on to the teeth or rest against your teeth and bring about the desired movement of your teeth.


Metal Braces:

Metal brackets are the ones that are most frequently used. They appear as small metal buttons that are glued to the front of each tooth. These tend to be less expensive than other types of brackets. Additionally, they can be made colorful with ligature rubber bands that come in a wide range of colors. A major drawback of these braces is there color which makes its use very limited in cases of adult orthodontics.
Invisible Braces:

Most people want better looking teeth but they also don’t want people to know that they have braces or deal with the unattractiveness of having those things in your mouth for so long. You can give the appearance that you don’t have braces simply by asking for invisible braces. They are a little more expensive but they’ll get the job done, and you won’t look like a 13 year old. The invisible class of braces includes Ceramic

How Long ?
Orthodontic treatment usually takes 18 - 24 months. Some cases may be finished earlier and others may take longer to complete. The total treatment time depends on the severity of the original malocclusion, the type of treatment carried out, and the co-operation of the patient.

At the completion of the active part of orthodontic treatment, the braces are removed and retaining appliances (retainers) are fitted to hold the teeth steady in their new position. These appliances may be removable plates or wires fitted behind the teeth. Retainers play an important role in orthodontic treatment for, if they are not worn according to instructions, the teeth may move back towards their original position.

Orthodontic treatment is usually a long span treatment and requires punctuality and commitment from the patient. Only then it is successful and the desired results can be obtained. There can be tremendous difference in the appearance of the teeth before and after and changes the way one smiles.

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