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Category Braces


Most orthodontic issues can be effectively treated using braces. Supports have been the customary type of treatment involved by orthodontists for quite a long time, however, the present smoothed-out supports arrive in different models -stainless steel, tooth-colored ceramic, and even gold-colored.


While there are more inconspicuous options (tooth-colored brackets, braces that go behind the teeth), other elements remain visible (rubber bands, wires, or gold-colored brackets). You can, however, choose the colors of your rubber bands.


For a stable and functional result, braces remain affixed to the teeth throughout the course of treatment. On the bright side, you can’t lose them, unless you eat hard and sticky foods.


Those with braces must steer clear of foods that are hard, sticky, crunchy and chewy to avoid breaking a bracket or popping a wire out of the bracket. Patients should opt for water instead of carbonated drinks, flavored waters, or sports drinks – these can contain acids and sugars, and both are bad for tooth enamel.

Clear Aligners

Clear aligners are plastic replicas of your teeth. Wearing them comes down on the teeth, somewhat repositioning them.  Aligners are one of many technological advancements that have made orthodontic treatment less conspicuous and one of the many appliances orthodontists use to move teeth and align jaws.


Aligners are clear, thin, plastic-like trays, making them virtually invisible and allowing an individual to inconspicuously achieve a straight smile. Tooth-colored attachments are frequently placed on the teeth to help guide the teeth into place.  Aligners are designed to minimize the appearance of the appliance to better fit any lifestyle.


While there may be some initial discomfort when a patient switches to a new set of aligners, the discomfort can be easily managed. Removing aligners because they are uncomfortable defeats their purpose. Aligners can’t work unless they are in the mouth.

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