Occlusion defects correction
Treatment of adults and children with fixed and removable orthodontic braces requires time and proper fitting of braces.
A to Z orthodontic treatment:
- orthodontic diagnosis
- rectification of teeth through exercise routine followed by the patient
- use of orthodontic braces
- fitting dental braces to match the patient’s idividual needs
- regulation of braces during check-up visits
- retention treatment, i.e. maintaining the effects of treatment after the brace is removed
- co-operation with medical specialists in other fields such as laryngology, oral surgery, periodontology
- assessment of risk of deteriorating occlusion due to third mollars
- centric occlusion
- buccal occlusion
- open occlusion
- supraclusionbone malformation – preparation for oral surgery procedures and post-treatment
Types of orthodontic braces fitted by our orthodontists:
Fixed braces (used for permanent teeth)
- metal wired braces (nickel-less for allergic patients)
- clear braces (ceramic or crystal)
- self-ligating braces
We only use high quality braces, usually those provided by the American company 3M.
Removable orthodontic braces (used for decidious and mixed teeth in children between the age of 5-12) may serve as an introductory stage to treatment with fixed braces later on or they may prove sufficient means to full recovery.
Aesthetic effects of orthodontic braces!
Orthodontics does more than simply ensure aesthetic effects and improve your image through treatment of malocclusions.
Orthodontic treatment significantly improves your comfort. Healthy, straight, correctly treated teeth minimize the risk of nerve and muscular afflictions as well as headaches.
Aversion to orthodontic braces should be overcome in the patient’s best interest. Orthodontic braces are often appreciated for their aesthetic qualities and treated as accessories.