Orthodontics

Orthodontics treat crooked and misaligned teeth that bother us with their asymmetric shape or health.

The orthodontist solves problems such as a complete misalignment between the lower and upper jaw, or mismatches of the teeth.

Prolonged pacifier use, bottle use, thumb sucking or nail biting problems in childhood may lead to dental problems in later ages.

The faster the intervention, the faster the warp problems can be resolved. Orthodontic problems that intervened in adolescence can only be addressed by an orthodontist.

Negative conditions such as breathing problems, chewing disorders, gum disease, and jaw joint problems can arise from crooked teeth. In fact, crooked teeth in the mouth can cause speech disorders in older ages.

Orthodontic problems that have not advanced much with the use of removable elastomers can be solved with the use of removable appliances.

The initial stages of orthodontic treatments are very difficult. The patient may have an ulcer in his mouth and may have difficulty eating. A light diet can be applied at first. After a while the jaw gets used to the orthodontic and the person returns to his normal life.

Orthodontic treatment usually takes about two years, in this process, the patient must be patient and follow all the advice of the doctor.

 

The success of orthodontic treatment depends on the orthodontist, the structure of the jaw and teeth, and on the patient himself. It is very important to keep the mouth area clean, clean the teeth, use appliances and not break the braces. If these measures are not taken into account, the success of treatment decreases.

 

If you have a problem with missing teeth or a gap in your mouth, these problems can be resolved with orthodontic treatment. You can try orthodontic treatments instead of filling in the gaps with artificial teeth.