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Treatments aimed at, preventing, and correcting misaligned teeth and jaws






Orthodontic treatment aims to improve the overall appearance, function, and health of the teeth and jaws by correcting issues such as overcrowding, spacing, misalignment, and improper bite patterns.



Here are some key aspects of orthodontics:

  1. Diagnosis and Assessment: Orthodontic treatment begins with a thorough examination and assessment of the patient's teeth, jaws, and facial structure. This may involve taking dental impressions, photographs, x-rays, and other diagnostic records to evaluate the extent of the malocclusion and plan the appropriate treatment.

  2. Treatment Planning: Based on the diagnosis, the orthodontist develops a customized treatment plan tailored to the patient's individual needs and goals. Treatment options may include braces, clear aligners, or other orthodontic appliances, depending on the severity and nature of the malocclusion.

  3. Braces: Traditional braces consist of metal brackets bonded to the teeth and connected by wires and elastic bands. They apply gentle, continuous pressure to gradually move the teeth into their proper positions over time. Braces are highly effective for correcting many orthodontic issues, including crowded teeth, gaps, overbites, underbites, and crossbites.

  4. Clear Aligners: Clear aligners are a popular alternative to traditional braces, especially for adults and older teenagers who prefer a more discreet treatment option. Clear aligners are custom-made, removable plastic trays that gradually move the teeth into alignment. They are virtually invisible and offer added convenience since they can be removed for eating, brushing, and flossing.

  5. Orthodontic Appliances: Besides braces and clear aligners, orthodontic treatment may involve using specialized appliances such as headgear, expanders, retainers, or space maintainers. These appliances help address specific orthodontic issues and facilitate the desired tooth and jaw movements.

  6. Treatment Monitoring and Adjustment: Throughout orthodontic treatment, regular appointments are scheduled to monitor progress, make any necessary adjustments to the braces or aligners, and ensure that the treatment is progressing as planned. These appointments also allow patients to address any concerns or questions they may have with their orthodontist.

  7. Retention: After the active phase of orthodontic treatment is complete and the desired tooth and jaw positions have been achieved, a retainer is typically prescribed to maintain the results and prevent relapse. Retainers are custom-made appliances that are worn as instructed by the orthodontist to keep the teeth in their new positions over the long term.


Orthodontic treatment can provide numerous benefits beyond improving the smile's appearance, including enhanced oral health, improved bite function, and increased self-confidence.

If you are considering orthodontic treatment, consult our qualified orthodontists to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for your needs.

Ask your dentist if you are a candidate. 

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