Brace systems correct your smile and restore the proportion of your face.
Choose from 5 types of brace systems: metallic, plastic, ceramic, lingual (or glossal) and combined (front teeth – ceramics, side teeth – metallic). The system consists of locks (braces), which are affixed to the teeth and arcs that join them.
STAGES OF TREATMENT
We collect data for analysis: of impressions of the teeth, parameters of the facial arc and correlation of the upper and lower jaw. We conduct a photo-protocol and a series of X-rays.
We decipher the received data and draw up a dental treatment plan on their basis.
We mount the chosen brace system.
Every 1-5 weeks we activate the system – we change the position and angle of each brace and replace the arc with a stronger one. Treatment lasts for 1-2 years.
When you are satisfied with the new positioning of your teeth, we remove the brace system. It is important to trace the result in a timely manner with the help of a retainer or a transparent cap.
Regular activation and control check-ups allow to reduce the time for correcting your bite.
The experience of our doctors and technology allow for choosing a brace system for correcting any situation.
In a special program we will show you the future form of your after-bite.
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MYTHS AND QUESTIONS ANSWERS
1. Can I align my teeth without braces?
Yes, it is possible to do this with the help of appliances and apparatus at children's age. When the growth period ends, the “Invisalign” system will help to provide the treatment without braces. But each patient is different, the doctor-orthodontist will give you a comprehensive consultation on all possible options.
2. Will everyone see my braces?
There are 3 main materials of which braces are made: metal, ceramics and sapphire. Metal systems can be noticed on the interlocutor's teeth, but it is necessary to take a closer look to see ceramic or sapphire systems.
3. Can I take part in active or contact sports with braces?
Of course. For this, you need to order from your doctor-orthodontist the manufacture of a protective mouthguard, which will save you from possible discomfort during an active pastime.
4. Do teeth go bad under braces?
Under the braces, the tooth surface is hermetically sealed and not subject to a carious process. But with poor hygiene, tooth enamel is often affected along the perimeter of the braces body. This can be avoided by high-quality self-hygiene and regular visits to the hygienist doctor (every 3 months).
5. What are the recommendations after orthodontic treatment?
Mandatory retention: removable, non-removable or combined. All recommendations will be given to you during the removal of the braces system at the end of treatment.