Abnormal alignment of teeth and jaws are very common these days. To improve Esthetics as well as Function and Health of Teeth, Orthodontics is much needed treatment . By addressing dental and skeletal problems early, many issues can be corrected at an early age and complications can safely be avoided. You can avoid jaw problems that may eventually require costly and risky surgeries, avoid future impactions, eliminate unhealthy habits. This treatment modality take into consideration not only Smile Component and Overall Dental Health but also Bite, Airway, TMJ, Facial Bone Growth & Appearance. .

Invisalign are alternative to traditional metal/ceramic braces. It makes use of virtually invisible and removable teeth aligners tailored for you to gently straighten your teeth, without the pain and inconvenience of wires and brackets .With it you can achieve a great smile without having to change your lifestyle.

Advantages of Invisalign over Metal / Ceramic Braces

While there are many other options to correcting crooked and misaligned teeth, no other treatment offers the same level of comfort and convenience as Invisalign. It can treat a wide range of conditions such as crowding, gaps, crossbite, underbite, overbite and buck teeth.

Ceramic braces are made of strong composite materials that are made to match the color of the teeth. They are less noticeable making them a popular choice among many patients. The brackets are made of ceramic or porcelain materials and the wires are made of metal alloys and deliver a constant, gentle force to move teeth. At MDC clear ceramic braces are a popular choice among many patients. They are made of ceramic alloys that are made to match the color of your teeth. Because of their transparency, ceramic braces are more popular among adult patients who wish to straighter their teeth without attracting much attention. Ceramic braces are virtually unnoticeable, making them perfect for patients of any age who are looking for the confidence and freedom to smile on any occasion.

Benefits of Ceramic Braces
  • Ceramic brackets are generally stain-resistant. They will not become discolored throughout the course of your treatment.
  • Ceramic braces are unique because its color blends in with the teeth, making them less noticeable when compared to traditional metal braces.

Lingual braces are applied to the back of your teeth so no one will know you’re wearing braces. Lingual braces are effective in treating all types of cases for both children and adult. These “hidden” braces are customized with intelligent wires and brackets designed to deliver the individualized results your teeth needs.

These lingual braces are perfect for those patients who like to go about their normal routines without feeling self-conscious about their braces. Children, teens and adults – just about anyone can wear Lingual Braces. If you can be treated with traditional metal braces, that means you are a candidate for Lingual braces too. Talk to one of our specialist today to see if they are the right option for you.

Benefits of Lingual Braces
  • Lingual braces are completely invisible so you can confidently smile without having to worry about the way your braces look.
  • Unlike removable aligners, Lingual braces are always on and always working toward your perfect smile. You'll never have to worry about remembering to insert or remove them while eating and drinking.
  • Lingual Braces are customized with intelligent wires and brackets engineered to deliver the individualized results you deserve.

Metal braces are the more traditional treatment option for correcting bites and crooked teeth. Strong, stainless steel brackets, tiny rubber bands called "ligatures" or "o-rings" and wires make up these braces. Metal brackets are less expensive than other bracket types. Patients are also offered a variety of choices when it comes to the colors of the ligatures.

Benefits of Metal Braces
  • Metal braces are usually the most cost-effective orthodontic treatment.
  • Metal braces can be jazzed up with different colored bands with each appointment.
The time required for braces varies from person to person, depending on the severity of the problem; the amount of room available; the distance the teeth must travel; the health of the teeth, gums, and supporting bone; how closely the patient follows instructions and to some extent on the type of treatment modalities chosen to undergo the treatment . On average, however, once the braces are put on, they usually remain in place for one to three years. After braces are removed, most patients will need to wear a retainer for 6- 8 months as instructed by our experts for maintaining the delivered end result and preventing relapse.
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