Everyone appreciates the importance of a winning smile. It makes a pleasing appearance, promotes self-esteem, and is valuable to social and career success. Creating beautiful smiles is what orthodontics is all about. Today, orthodontic treatment is convenient and affordable, so that individuals from childhood through retirement can enjoy its important benefits. Orthodontics is important not only to a great smile and improved self-confidence, but to better dental health. By aligning teeth and improving the harmony of the lips and face, orthodontics can improve one’s general attitude toward life. Teeth, and sometimes entire facial structures, are permanently changed by orthodontic treatment. Teeth in correct alignment are easier to clean, and that can make them more resistant to decay and less susceptible to gum disease and tooth loss. Alignment may also prevent tooth and jaw discomfort that can come from uneven wear.
When there is appearance of mal-alignment of teeth at the age of 7—10 years, we can prevent that by advising MYOBRACES to child, this appliance will help the child’s teeth to correct naturally. They are comfortable & will avoid the chance of wearing braces upto 80% in future.
a)Can be worn only in the night time.
b) Removable appliance.
c) Associated with lip/swallow exercises.
d) It's easy to maintain.
e) Comfortable enough for child to eat all foods
They are the most commonly used type of brace. The technology used in making metal braces has come a long way and they are more comfortable and affordable than ever before. Metal braces are made of stainless steel and straighten your teeth using a combination of brackets and archwires. They are also customizable. You can have colored elastic bands to suit your personality and have your braces be more appealing to you.
They offer the effectiveness of metal braces with the benefit of being less visible. This is a great option for patients that are concerned with the cosmetic look of having braces because they aren’t easily noticed, but maintain the effectiveness of metal braces. There are some downsides to ceramic braces, though. Patients have to be more careful and selective in the foods they eat because the ceramic is more brittle than their steel counterparts. Also, because they are larger, ceramics tend to be used more frequently on upper teeth rather than the lower teeth.