Orthodontic Treatments


Orthodontic Treatments

Early Treatment

Though an orthodontist can enhance a smile at any age, there is an optimal time period to begin treatment. Beginning treatment at this time ensures the greatest result and the least amount of time and expense. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that the initial orthodontic evaluation should occur at the first sign of orthodontic problems or no later than age 7.

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Braces for Kids & Teens

Typically, Phase II treatment is a regular orthodontic treatment that involves placing braces on the patient once his or her permanent teeth have erupted. The braces straighten the permanent teeth and finish correctly aligning the patient’s jaw. By age 12, most, if not all, permanent teeth have erupted and are in place, which is when crooked teeth, gaps, and bad bites can easily be detected.

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Braces for Adults

Braces aren’t just for kids anymore. Tooth alignment can be changed at any age if your gums and bone structure are healthy. We offer a variety of treatments that are designed for different age groups – including adults. So a new smile can begin today. Orthodontic treatment at later stages in life can dramatically improve your appearance and self-esteem.

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Braces are simple yet effective equipment used to rectify the alignment of your teeth. It can perform several tasks like closing the gaps between teeth, correct bite issues, and improving your smile’s overall quality. People of all ages can undergo orthodontic treatment to get a beautiful and perfectly aligned smile.  Braces are known for their capabilities of producing great orthodontic results.

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Dentofacial Orthopedics

Dentofacial Orthopedics can be defined as the process through which the growth of a patient’s bone structure is normalized to repair the face and jaw imbalance. The process is a simple one, and it can help patients in different ways. It is a two-phase treatment, and children around the age of 7-8 years are a good candidate for this.

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Orthognathic Surgery

Corrective jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery) treats and corrects abnormalities of the facial bones, specifically the jaws and the teeth. Often, these abnormalities cause difficulty associated with chewing, talking, sleeping and other routine activities. Orthognathic surgery corrects these problems and, in conjunction with orthodontic treatment, will improve the overall appearance of the facial profile.

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Thumb Sucking

Thumb sucking is one of the most common habits among children. You would see most of the small children suck their thumbs; it can be due to various psychological issues. Counseling is one of the best ways to get rid of these issues. If you are concerned about the effects of thumb sucking, talk to one of our experienced orthodontists. You can come to our clinic and get your child checked; if required, our pediatric dentists would also talk to your kids.

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Orthodontic Emergencies

There are very few true orthodontic emergencies, but we are always available to help you. If you have a broken appliance or are experiencing intense pain, please call us as soon as possible. We will do our best to fit you into the schedule for an appointment. Even if you have a regular appointment scheduled, call immediately to notify us that you need an appliance repaired.

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Palate Expanders

Palate expanders are standard dental devices used for curing several dental issues. Also known as orthodontic expanders, they are most commonly used among kids in their pre-adolescent age. However, it can also prove to be helpful for teens and adults. Palate expanders are mostly used for rectifying crossbite or narrow upper jaw issues.

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Retainers & Appliances

When we remove your braces, we will begin the retention stage of your treatment. The retention phase lasts for a minimum of 24 months. Remember to remove your retainer before brushing, and brush your retainer before placing it back in your mouth. You will be given an upper and lower permanent bonded retainer, as well as removable clear wraparound retainers.

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