Are you embarrassed to show your teeth when you smile?
Braces might be the answer. "Nancy Lara, DDS" is the right choice to enhance your smile.
Braces would be the best manner of aligning teeth. Braces are typically manufactured from stainless steel, even though clear braces can be found.
Braces remain on teeth for the whole period of therapy. Individuals subsequently have to come in about every 4-8 weeks for adjustments, wire change, etc.
Malocclusion is a term that dentists use to characterize the design of the mouth area, when teeth do not line up well.
Your teeth may be uneven, or your upper and lower jaws may not be the same size. If your upper jaw is larger than your lower jaw, that is called an over-bite. If your lower jaw is larger than your upper jaw, you've got an under-bite.
Your dentist may find any of these issues within a routine visit and suggestthat you simply see an orthodontist (who also may be called a braces expert) whowilldecide whether you require braces or not.
Braces are put on teeth for many reasons, including badly aligned jaws, twisted, busy and lost teeth, or a poor bite.
Types of braces we use:
Traditional braces have been the most commonly used for a long time among individuals attempting to align their teeth and enhance their smile.
Contemporary braces, which bond to your own teeth, are manufactured from exceptionally strong metals to ensure their durability.
While usually metal colored, distinct attributes may be used to decorate modern braces. Colored braces are popular with the children.
Transparent orthodontic devices really are a series of removable clear containers made to align your teeth. They are suitable for instances that require minimal positioning, or for grown-ups that have a small amount ofrelapse after having had braces in earlier life.
Removable devices are often utilized to direct teeth to their proper location. Most frequently, they can be utilized to keep teeth in place, once they are in their proper position.
Occasionally, orthodontic treatment is important for kids that have a combination of permanent and deciduous (baby) teeth.
In the event the top jaw is too narrow for the lower jaw, an expander may be used to direct the breadth of the upper jaw. In the event the upper jaw is too much forward of the lower jaw, night-time head-gear could possibly be suggested.
Other reasons for early therapy include fixing a thumb sucking habit, repairing an abnormal swallowing pattern, or obtaining room for permanent teeth. The purpose of early therapy is the modification of a problem which will be harder to handle later.
Many of our dentistry services can improve your quality of life. Contact us today at (714) 546-6488 to schedule an appointment.