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Braces for teeth

Why should braces be put on? When should braces be put on teeth?

What is orthodontics?

Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that identifies and treats malocclusions, that is, defects in jaw bone development and related diseases. It fixes dental crowding, creating the proper space for each tooth. Correction of malocclusions prevents breathing problems, snoring, swallowing and phonation alterations. Corrects posture and prevents scoliosis, headaches (headaches) and cervical problems.

Orthodontics

Treats tooth malocclusions and related problems.
Prevents scoliosis, headaches, cervicals.

Types of braces

Mobile, fixed, extraoral traction, invisible.

Why wear braces

To solve functional problems.
To resolve blemishes.
To improve the fit of fixed prostheses.

How long does the treatment last?

Depends on the case and type of braces

How to recognize dental malocclusion

Malocclusions are visible right from the start: protruding teeth, crooked teeth, diastemas, i.e. separated from each other, open and deep bites, asymmetries of the face and mouth. They negatively affect the aesthetics of the smile, lip profile and face.



What problems braces solve

The use of braces solves functional and aesthetic problems related to malocclusions.

In preparation for the insertion of fixed prostheses.

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When to start orthodontic treatment in adulthood

There is no cut-off age for orthodontic treatment.