Who needs Braces?

Orthodontic care is not just a cosmetic treatment, it has long-term dental health benefits. While it may not seem like, you or your child may need braces to help enhance functionality of your teeth, make your smile aesthetically appealing or even increase speech clarity. It keeps your gums from inflammation by reducing the risk of tooth decay.

Crowding Teeth

One of the most obvious signs that you need braces is needed is overcrowded teeth. Teeth that are overcrowded don’t just pose a cosmetic problem, but can pose real health threats to you. This is because food is more easily trapped in crowded teeth and harder to remove with regular teeth-cleaning methods. Trapped food leads to tooth decay, gingivitis, periodontal disease, bad breath, and can negatively affect self-esteem.

Why to treat -

  • Easier to maintain teeth
  • Teeth looks beautiful
  • Improves bite which allows to chew food better

Buck Teeth (Protruding Teeth)

This problem arises with constant with constant thumb sucking and pacifying, it hinders the proper growth of the teeth and causes the teeth to grow outwards.

Why to treat -

  • Improve your smile
  • Improves facial looks by improving lip competency and restoring facial balance
  • Prevents injury to these protruding teeth
  • Improves front bite hence allowing you to tear food easily

Open Bite

It is a condition due to lack of occlusion of the front teeth when the jaw is closed normally.

Why to treat -

  • Improves speech
  • Improves front bite allowing you to tear food easily
  • Improves swallowing patterns
  • Improves self confidence
  • Improves smile

Protruding lower jaw

A condition in which the lower jaw sticks out farther than the upper jaw .It is one of the most difficult malocclusion to treat and requires longer duration of treatment and maintenance.

Why to treat -

  • Improves front bite allowing you to tear food easily
  • Improves bite which allows to chew food better
  • Improves facial looks by improving lip competency and restoring facial balance
  • Improves smile

Bird chin

This condition is due to a small lower jaw. It causes deep overbite which damages the gums and wears away the teeth.

Why to treat -

  • Improves front bite allowing you to tear food easily
  • Improves bite which allows to chew food better
  • Improves facial looks by improving lip competency and restoring facial balance
  • Improves smile

Dental Braces for Kids

Dental braces for kids is not just for the looks. Children are constantly into physical activities like sports and playing on a playground and often end up in accidents that affect their teeth. Dental Braces for kids can reduce these risk posed by such accidents.

Why to treat -

  • Buck Teeth seen in kids are more prone to get chipped.
  • Crooked teeth can have a detrimental effect on the child’s self-esteem.
  • Reduce crowding of teeth and its side effects like sleep apnea.
  • Improve growth of the jaw to accommodate emerging teeth.