What Are Braces?
Braces are dental appliances that help treat issues with your teeth, such as crowding, crookedness, or misalignment. Braces are commonly worn by teenagers, but they can also be worn by adults. Braces gradually straighten and align your teeth so that you have a normal bite as you wear them.
Braces are the most commonly used method for children to straighten their teeth and correct misaligned bites. They no longer resemble the shiny metal mouthfuls of the past. There are a lot more options now.
If braces are the best option for you, your Orthodontist will create a customized appliance for you. The braces may include wires, bands, and other removable or fixed corrective appliances.
One of the best and most widely used dental treatment options for misaligned teeth is metal braces. Because of advances in healthcare, this traditional method of teeth alignment is no longer painful for the recipient, and you should not be concerned about experiencing any discomfort. Our orthodontists use brackets, metal wire, and molar tubes in this technique to position your teeth perfectly. If your teeth are crooked, misplaced, overcrowded, or have a noticeable gap, metal braces may be the best treatment option for you.
How do they function?
Your Orthodontist will ask you questions about your health, perform a clinical exam, digitally scan your teeth, photograph your face and teeth, and order X-rays of your mouth and head. Based on this information, they will devise a treatment plan.
Our Orthodontists carefully assess your teeth’s condition before beginning the treatment, and they then take digital scans of them using the 3Shape intraoral scanner. The brackets are then bonded to your teeth using dental composite in the following step. These brackets are then connected with a thin metal wire. Our Orthodontist will schedule your next appointments for the metal wire tightening.
After Care: You might feel uncomfortable for a few days after getting braces. Our experts will fully inform you of it to help you minimize it. Some useful hints are as follows:
Foods that aren’t brace-friendly should be avoided: Sticky foods like caramel should be avoided at all costs. Chewy foods can get stuck in between the braces, causing cavities. Avoid foods that are hard and crunchy as well because they could harm your braces.
Brush and floss correctly: Maintaining proper oral hygiene while wearing braces will stop discoloration and the development of cavities.
Regular Check-ups: You will be assisted with the adjustment and upkeep of the braces by frequent visits to your Orthodontist.
With years of experience and a 100% success rate, the Orthodontists at Al Mumtaz Dental Center can handle any kind of case. We make certain that you receive the best treatment at the best price, in accordance with your schedule. Make an appointment with us today.
Why Choose Us?
Here at Al Mumtaz Dental Center, we have orthodontists with ample experience that handle all types of cases with a 100% success rate. We make sure that you get the right treatment, fitting with your schedule, at the best price. Call us today for an appointment.