When permanent teeth have fully erupted, yet they remain misaligned, dental intervention becomes necessary to rectify the issue. Dental misalignment not only affects the aesthetics of your smile but also poses oral health risks, including the accumulation of food particles and the formation of calculus between teeth, which can compromise tooth structure and lead to cavities.
To address dental misalignment, “Dental Braces” or “Aligners” are employed to correct and straighten the teeth, fostering improved oral health and aesthetics.
At “Aryas Dental and Implant Clinic” our orthodontic specialists assess the extent of misalignment and recommend the most suitable type of Dental Braces or Aligners tailored to your unique needs.
The duration required for teeth alignment typically ranges from 8 months to 1 year, contingent on the severity of misalignment and the specific type of “Braces” or “Aligners” employed. This personalized approach ensures the optimal realignment of your teeth for a healthier, more radiant smile.
What is orthodontic treatment?
Orthodontic treatment involves the process of aligning and repositioning teeth to enhance their appearance and functionality. It also contributes to the long-term well-being of your teeth, gums, and jaw joints by evenly distributing the biting pressure across all teeth.
Why consider orthodontic treatment?
Many individuals contend with teeth that are crowded or misaligned. Orthodontic treatment offers the solution by aligning these teeth or repositioning them for a more favorable arrangement. This not only enhances their visual appeal and the alignment of your bite but also simplifies oral hygiene.
Some people grapple with prominent upper front teeth, which not only detract from their appearance but are also more susceptible to damage. Orthodontic intervention can effectively realign these teeth. Furthermore, misalignment of the upper and lower jaws can lead to dental irregularities and an incorrect bite. Orthodontic treatment can address these concerns as well.
When teeth do not align correctly, it places stress on the jaw muscles, potentially resulting in jaw and joint discomfort, even causing headaches. Orthodontic treatment is instrumental in achieving a more balanced bite and alleviating this strain.