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Orthodontics is the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of dental and facial disorders. This field of expertise provides solutions to people with closing anomalies (malocclusion). Orthodontic treatment usually involves the use of corrective instruments such as brace. The use of these corrective tools is as follows:

• Straighten teeth

• Correcting closing anomalies

• Closing Diastema

• To properly align the teeth and lips.

Orthodontics treatment helps the jaw development in young children, helping the teeth to be in the right positions, and correcting the crowding and closing anomalies in adults.

An orthodontist can increase your smile at any age, but there is an optimal time to begin treatment. Starting treatment at this time, ensures  the result is very good, the time to be spent and the costs are minimized. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that the first orthodontic assessment be when the first sign of orthodontic problems is taken or done before the age of 7. Orthodontics treatment may not be necessary at these early ages, but being alert is necessary to get the best time to start treatment.

Early evaluation ensures that problems are identified in a timely manner and that an opportunity for the most effective treatment is created. Timely intervention allows the prevention of serious problems that may occur later. When orthodontics intervention is not needed, orthodontist follows the growth and development and provides the start of treatment on ideal time.

Until the age of 7, the first molar teeth come out and they create a reverse bite. In the meantime, the orthodontist can evaluate teeth formation from front to back and from side to side. For example, the presence of foretooth may indicate overbite, space closure, crowding, or gummy smile. On-time scanning increases chances of a great smile.

Some of the many direct results of stopping treatment are:

It opens up space for the crowding teeth

Provides facial symmetry by influencing development of jaw

Reduce the risk of trauma taking out the front teeth 

Leave space for new teeth

Decrease the need for tooth extraction

Shorten treatment time with brace

Orthodontics is not just for increasing the aesthetics of your smile; orthodontics treatment corrects closing anomalies (malocclusion). Malocclusions occur as a consequence of the misalignment of the tooth or jaw. Malocclusions affect your smile, your chewing, your way of cleaning your teeth and how you feel about your smile.

According to the work of the American Orthodontist Association, untreated malocclusions can cause a variety of problems. Crowded teeth make difficult to use proper brushing and flossing difficult, which can cause tooth decay and gum disease.


The teeth that come out are accidentally vulnerable to breakage. Cross closures cause poor growth and uneven teeth. Open closure leads to language removal habits and speech impediments. As a result, orthodontics makes a lot more than a nice smile, it helps you to be healthier. Protruding teeth become unstable against accidental breakage. Crossbite leads to  poor growth and uneven teeth. Open bite leads to tongue thrusting and speech impediments.

As a result, orthodontics makes a lot more than a nice smile — it helps you to be healthier.




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