A straight and well-maintained set of teeth can make a lot of difference. It'd help to boost self-esteem, confidence, and have a good and positive impact on one's social and professional life.
Orthodontic care can do so much to enhance and improve your dental health. We make use of light-weighted appliances to gently apply forces on the teeth to move them to their desired positions. With tried and tested methods, our dentist can put forward the best treatment to give you the smile of your dreams.
Common Orthodontic Problems
It is recommended by the American Dental Association, (ADA), that children must begin their orthodontic treatment at least by the age of seven. Visiting an orthodontist by this point of time is important as it helps to detect several dental conditions such bite problems(underbite, crossbite, or overbite), misalignments, crooked teeth, cavities, the excessive gap between teeth, and jaw bone misalignments.
There are several ways by which dentists can resolve your orthodontic concerns. A careful evaluation of the oral cavity via diagnostic methods would be crucial in understanding the root of the problem. Correction of bite problems may involve removal of teeth or usage of orthodontic appliances such as braces, aligners, or retainers.
Orthodontics for Children
Just like other parts of the body, teeth and jaws tend to move and change their position as children grow. Undergoing orthodontic treatment at this age is ideal as it'd aid natural movement of teeth into its proper alignment.
Post Orthodontic Care
After the successful completion of your orthodontic treatment, you would be advised to wear a retainer. Wearing retainers can ensure your newly restored teeth are held in place long enough for regrowth of new ligament and bone structure.
Orthodontic care can let you achieve a gorgeous smile in the given span of treatment with timely care and nurture.
Visit our practice at Pearl City, HL for your orthodontic concerns today by requesting an appointment online or calling our office at (808) 455-4173 for your dental procedure.