At The Dental Specialists, our highly experienced team of Orthodontists brings extensive expertise, having worked across all modern orthodontic techniques, ensuring patients receive the best-in-class treatment for optimal dental alignment and aesthetics.
Orthodontics is one of the oldest and most well known about specialty in dentistry. It is the department which deals with braces.
Crowded, crooked or irregularly placed teeth can lead to low self confidence and low self esteem. At the Dental Specialists India we offer various treatment modalities which help in correcting not just the mal-aligned teeth but also the bite of the patient. This leads to improving in aesthetics and also the oral health and function.
Orthodontics is a special type of dentistry that deals with the correction of bad bites, or problems with the way your teeth fit together. While most dentists have been trained to provide orthodontic treatment, for more complex cases, our specialist orthodontists, a specially trained dentist who does orthodontic treatment only, can provide treatment.
Orthodontic treatment creates a better bite making teeth fit better and decreases the risk of future and potentially costly dental problems crooked and crowded teeth and hard to clean and maintain. A malocclusion can cause tooth enamel to wear abnormally, difficulty in chewing and or speaking and excess stress on supporting bone and gum tissue treatment many problems simply become worse.
At The Dental Specialist, under our pediatric dentistry department, we have specialists orthodontists who are specially trained to take care of orthodontic problems in children.
The AAO recommends that your child get a check-up with an Orthodontist at the first recognition of an orthodontic problem, but no later than age 7. By then, your child has enough permanent teeth for an orthodontist to determine whether an orthodontic problem exists or is developing. Putting off a check-up with an orthodontist until a child has lost all baby teeth could be a disservice. Some orthodontic problems may be easier to correct if they are found early. A check-up no later than age 7 gives your Orthodontist the opportunity to recommend the appropriate treatment at the appropriate time. If early treatment is in order,the orthodontist may be able to achieve results that may not be possible once the face and jaws have finished growing.
Orthodontic surgery is recommended for individuals with significant bite problems, jaw misalignments, or facial asymmetry that cannot be corrected with orthodontic braces alone.
Orthodontic surgery involves precise repositioning of the upper and lower jaws to correct bite problems and facial imbalances. The surgeon makes incisions inside the mouth, repositions the jawbone, and secures it in the desired position using specialized hardware.
The recovery period typically lasts several weeks. Patients may need to follow a soft diet and avoid strenuous activities during this time.
Orthodontic surgery has a high success rate when performed by a skilled oral and maxillofacial surgeon. It can significantly improve both the function and aesthetics of the face and smile.