A straight smile! In the medical sense we refer to the correction of the position of the teeth on the arch through treatment with dental braces. Bold, invisible or dental guard, you can now choose either a fixed dental device (Metallic, Ceramic, Sapphire), a mobile dental device (Invisalign) or invisible (Incognito).
The price of a dental treatment varies depending on the type of dental braces chosen, the duration of the treatment and the adjustments made to the monthly visits.
MORE THAN STRAIGHT TEETH
Orthodontic treatment has, beyond the visible aesthetic effects on both the teeth and on the symmetry of the face, an extremely important functional role:
- Corrects the bite that helps to properly form the food bowl and prevents any gastric disorders
- Improve pronunciation
- Eliminates sleep apnea caused by mouth breathing
- Prevents the occurrence of gingival (periodontal) and tooth loss
- Helps maintain proper oral hygiene, preventing the accumulation of tartar in interdental areas and developing deep cavities
TYPES OF DENTAL BRANCES
The metallic braces are a statement accessory for the wearer.
Discreet looks, the ceramic brackets can be customized in your favorite colors.
With sapphire bracelets, transparent, this dental appliance can easily go unnoticed by those around you.
Mobile, easy to carry and with a lot of freedom to wear, the guard adjusts your teeth position without you giving up your favourite foods.
DENTAL BRACKETS DOES NOT ACCORD TO THE AGE OF THE ONE WHO WEARS IT
Yes! Adults can wear braces and achieve extraordinary results. There are many variants of dental braces, so do not take into account the stereotypes of the past and choose the dental braces suitable for you.
For the diseases related to correcting a dental anomaly related to the positioning of the teeth on the arch, your specialist is the ORTHODONTIC DOCTOR, the only doctor who can suggest you a dental braces treatment (Metallic, Ceramic, Sapphire, Invisalign, Guard Type and can follow you along it.
Because the dental treatment can last between 1 and 2 years, depending on the patient’s dental pathology, it is recommended that a patient start and finish the treatment under the observation and control of the same orthodontic doctor.
DR. CRISTINA STAN
Specialist doctor of orthodontics and dento-facial orthopedics, graduate of the Faculty of Dental Medicine of the U.M.F. ``Carol Davila``