Gaps between teeth and maligned teeth or badly aligned teeth can be fixed with orthodontic braces. Teeth braces is the most commonly used word for orthodontic braces. Most of the patients come to our dental hospital looking for teeth straightening. we are a specialized dental practice providing teeth braces for adults Viz. ceramic braces, Metallic braces & invisible braces. Having a full time in-house orthodontist, we are specialized in all types of orthodontic treatments.
Dentist & Dontist Dental Clinic offers the most modern cosmetic orthodontics. This new dental displacement method is a break through in the orthodontics. The teeth irregularities are corrected in half the time taken by normal braces for teeth. It brings out quicker straightening of teeth, moving of teeth to right position and reducing the gaps between teeth. The results are very fast and uncompromisingly effective. Natural beauty of your smile is the quickest reward from this treatment.
How Long Will You Have to Wear Braces?
The time required for braces varies from person to person, depending on the severity of the problem; the amount of room available; the distance the teeth must travel; the health of the teeth, gums, and supporting bone; and how closely the patient follows instructions. On average, however, once the braces are put on, they usually remain in place for one to three years. After braces are removed, most patients will need to wear a retainer all the time for the first six months, then only during sleep for many years.
How Often Will You Need to See the Orthodontist During Treatment?
Your orthodontist will want to see you about every month or so in order to make sure the braces are exerting steady pressure on the teeth. To create more tension and pressure on your teeth, the orthodontist will make adjustments in the wires, springs, or rubber bands of the braces. In some cases, braces alone aren’t enough to straighten the teeth or shift the jaw. In these situations, an external appliance, such as headgear, may need to be worn at home in the evening or through the night.
Does Age Affect the Success of Braces?
The mechanical process used to move teeth with braces is the same at any age. So the benefits of orthodontic treatments are available to both children and adults who wish to improve their appearance and bite. The main differences between treatments in adults and children is that certain corrections in adults may require more than braces alone and the treatments may take longer because adult bones are no longer growing.
What Can You Expect After the Teeth Braces Come Off?
After braces are taken off, your teeth will be thoroughly cleaned. Your orthodontist may want to take another set of X-rays and bite impressions to check how well the braces straightened your teeth and to see if any wisdom teeth have developed. If wisdom teeth are beginning to come in after braces have been removed, your dentist or orthodontist may recommend the wisdom teeth be pulled to prevent newly straightened teeth from shifting.
Your orthodontist will also fit you with a retainer. A retainer is a custom-made, removable appliance that helps teeth maintain their new position after braces have been removed. Retainers can also be used to treat minor orthodontic problems. The use of a retainer is a very important part of post-braces care. Retainers, which are typically made of rubber or clear plastic and metal wires that cover the outside surface of the teeth, need to be worn all the time for the first six months and then usually only during sleep. The time frame for wearing a retainer will vary from patient to patient. The reason why a retainer is needed is that even though braces may have successfully straightened your teeth, they are not completely settled in their new position until the bones, gums, and muscles adapt to the change. Also, after long periods of time, teeth tend to shift.