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The specialty deals primarily with the diagnosis, prevention and correction of malpositioned teeth and the jaws

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ORTHODONTICS By Braces & Smiles

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Do You have in correction in your teeth ? The specialty deals primarily with the diagnosis, prevention and correction of malpositioned teeth and the jaws.

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Do you want to reduce pain ?

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Lingual braces are similar to traditional metal braces with the exception of the brackets and the wires being installed at the back of your teeth. The installation and maintenance can be a bit tough due to the positioning of it but it will serve its purpose. Due to its unique placement and installation process, it usually costs a bit more and can be a bit strenuous to wear initially, but this is best for people who want to maintain an aesthetic appearance of their mouths. Lingual Braces

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These braces have different kinds of names, some of which are aesthetic braces, tooth-colored braces, porcelain braces or clear braces. Ceramic braces are the same as traditional metal braces with the sole exception that they are designed to blend in with your natural tooth color, making them less visible. Ceramic braces are a great choice for adults or teens who want to minimize the appearance of their braces. These types of braces will give you a cosmetic experience while wearing braces. These types of braces are much more likely to break than their traditional counterparts so it is not recommended to have these types of braces installed when a lot of pressure is needed to move your teeth. Ceramic Braces

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These types of braces are currently very popular with orthodontists as it requires less dental visits and gentler treatment. Self- ligating braces produce quicker results as the teeth move without needing to be adjusted. This type of movement asserts less pressure and friction on your teeth, making it less painful for your gums. Fewer trips to your dentist will cost you less money and less time. Self- Ligating Braces

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These are a clear kind of braces that you can opt for instead of metal braces. They are made up of clear plastic aligners that are similar to mouth guards which have been specially designed for your mouth. Invisalign aligners can be removed when eating, brushing and cleaning but you will need to switch out your aligner every fortnight. Each new aligner is designed to increase the adjustment of your teeth more and more. Aligners are generally recommended by an orthodontist for ongoing use after finishing your orthodontic treatment. These aligners will maintain your teeth’s positions till they have settled into their intended positions. Invisalign Braces

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Traditional braces are made of high-grade stainless steel and have metal brackets that are attached to each tooth using a kind of cement. These brackets are then connected with one another with a thin arch wire. This will put pressure on your teeth to move slowly into their intended positions. The arch wires are connected to the brackets with tiny elastics which are known as ligatures or elastomeric rings which will be switched out each time your dentist tightens your braces. Traditional metal braces are still the most common braces in use today and are both an excellent and practical option for people who suffer from complicated tooth and jaw problems. Depending on the type of malocclusion, the severity, the time required to correct the malocclusion, depending on the patient’s demand and financial consideration, the orthodontist could help you best to choose the type of braces you require. Traditional Metal Braces

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