Teeth braces or Dental braces Service
Dental braces are also known as braces, or orthodontic cases are the devices which are used in orthodontics that aligns and straightens your teeth and help to position them and also it aims to improve dental health. Braces also the fix gaps in between your teeth.
Braces also the fix gaps in between your teeth. They are generally used to correct under bites, as well as malocclusions, overbites, open bites, deep bites, cross bites, crooked teeth, and various other flaws of your teeth and your jaw. Braces can be cosmetic or structural. Dental braces are the correctors for your teeth and bring a natural smile on your face.
TYPES OF BRACES
Traditional metallic wired braces are the stainless-steel and are sometimes used in a combination with titanium. Traditional metallic braces are the most common type of braces. These braces have a metal bracket with elastic ties holding the wire on the metallic braces. The second-most common type of braces is self-ligating braces that do not require an elastic tie. Instead, the wire goes through the braces. Often with this type of braces, the treatment time is reduced, there is less pain on your teeth, and fewer adjustments are required than with the traditional braces.
Gold-plated stainless steel braces are often employed for patients allergic to nickel (which is actually present stainless steel, i.e. metallic braces), but may also be chosen because some people prefer the look of gold over the traditional silver-colored metallic braces.
- Titanium braces resemble stainless steel braces but are lighter and just as strong. People with allergies to the components like nickel in steel often choose titanium braces, but they are more expensive than stainless steel metallic braces.
Customized orthodontic treatment systems combine high-technology including 3-D imaging, treatment planning software and a robot to custom bend the wire.
Progressive, clear removable aligners may be used to gradually move the teeth into their final positions. Aligners are not used in complex orthodontic cases, such as when extractions, jaw surgery, or palate expansion are necessary.
Lingual braces are a cosmetic alternative in which custom-made braces are bonded to the back of the teeth making them externally invisible.
Invisalign treatment is the process of wearing a series of clear, customized and removable aligners that gradually helps you to straighten your teeth. There is no need for any brackets or wires, and none of the restrictions are there that are usually there in the cases of metal braces.
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