Braces & Invisible Aligner
Dental braces are orthodontic devices that straighten and align teeth, as well as help position them in relation to a person’s bite, with the goal of improving dental health.
Dental braces are appliances that are used to straighten crowded or crooked teeth, as well as a misaligned jaw, a condition known as malocclusion. Braces are most commonly used throughout adolescence, although an increasing number of adults are undergoing orthodontic treatment later in life. Metal or ceramic braces, as well as wires and bonding material, are used to attach braces to your teeth. A doctor who specializes in this type of equipment and therapy for misaligned teeth is known as an orthodontist. Brace success rates vary depending on how old you are when you start treatment and what your treatment goals are. Braces are normally highly beneficial for persons who use them, according to the Mayo Clinic, but their effectiveness is dependent on the person and their ability to meticulously follow their orthodontist’s recommendations.
Clear aligners are a clear, plastic kind of dental braces that are used to straighten teeth.
Clear Aligners are clear trays made of a specific material that are used to correct teeth in the same way that braces are used to straighten teeth. Without the inconveniences of metal wires and brackets, they use moderate and consistent force to shift the teeth into the desired position. A digital scan is used to create them specifically for each patient.
- Metal braces.
- Ceramic braces.
- Self-ligating braces.
- Lingual braces.
- Clear aligners like Invisalign.