Ailments and deformities of teeth and jaws are common nowadays and often lead to several complications that can endanger health. Orthodontists specialize in branch of dentistry that deals with correction of jaws and teeth. Deformed teeth are at high risk of disease and physical trauma since they are harder to clean and easily become victim of tooth decay or periodontal disease. This also stresses chewing muscles as food gets stuck between teeth gaps which makes harder to retract. Complication can vary from minor to chronic headaches, TMJ syndrome accompanied by neck, shoulder and back pain in patients.
A good orthodontist ensures proper treatment for each of these ailments which results in a healthier mouth, stronger facial structure and teeth that can withstand an entire lifetime.
A certified dentist or orthodontist is qualified to determine if you need orthodontics for your teeth. Through our state of the art diagnostics tools, medical and dental history review, clinical exam, laser models of your jaw and teeth with specialized X-rays and photographs, our orthodontists plan and design the best treatment recommended for your teeth
Consider our orthodontic treatment if you have any of the following symptoms
Our treatment involves a combination of state of the art machines, high-tech appliances and tailored apparatus to move teeth, adjust retrain muscles and stimulate growth of targeted regions. Our specialists use these appliances to place gentle pressure on teeth, jaw and facial muscles in affected areas.
Braces - Braces are the most prevailing appliance used for adjusting teeth with pressure over the period of time. The appliance is built of metal wires, bands and brackets fixed together which anchor the teeth to a tight position where they can be selectively adjusted.
Maintainers - A fixed space maintainer is used for opening space until the tooth grows. This is usually applied when a baby tooth is lost prematurely. The appliance is based on a band attached to the tooth accompanied by a wire extended to the tooth located on the other side of the opening.
Serial Aligners - Serial aligners are among the most commonly used alternative to traditional braces. This apparatus moves teeth in the same manner as fixed appliance with the exception of metal wires and brackets. The appliance needs to be removed during eating, flossing or brushing.