Orthodontics – teeth straightening
Orthodontics is a part of dentistry that deals with straightening crooked teeth or correcting the wrong bite (occlusion). Our specialists offer the possibility of correcting dental-maxillary abnormalities, such as: incorrect occlusion, teeth position abnormalities, malocclusions, dental rotations, etc. We offer the opportunity for both children and adults to correct their teeth in our clinic. Orthodontic treatment is painless!
In our clinic, orthodontic treatment is performed in several stages:
- Scanning the oral cavity with the subsequent remineralization therapy
- Orthodontic treatment
- Completion stage, retention period.
Currently, orthodontic treatment is achieved through fixed technique and removable devices.
Orthodontic treatment by means of fixed technique is achieved with different bracket systems. They are chosen depending on the complications of the orthodontic treatment. By means of the effort obtained from the arch fixed in the oral cavity, the brackets fixed on the teeth transmit the programmed tooth movement direction to the correct position.
Orthodontic treatment by means of removable devices
The removable device represents a special acrylate plate. The basic function of the devices is to change the width of the palace, the shape of the jaw bones, etc. Treatment with removable devices is performed especially in children.
8 reasons to come for a consultation of the orthodontist:
1. Reverse bite or “reverse occlusion”
2. Open occlusion (bite)
3. Deep occlusion
4. Serried teeth
5. Large spaces between teeth
6. Protrusive (“bulldog-like”) mandible
7. Protrusive jaw
8. Abnormal eruption
The general rules for bracket care are: using a special toothbrush and toothpaste, dental floss and interdental brushes, rigorous hygiene of the oral cavity after each food consumption. It is advisable to abstain from foods that cause dental and paradontal disorders: flour products, sweets, carbonated beverages etc.
Novadent Clinic offers the full range of orthodontic treatments, both in children and in adults.