It is the dental specialty that studies, prevents and corrects the alterations of your mouth in order to restore the morphological and functional balance of it, also improving facial aesthetics.
We evaluate the most appropriate treatment.
This type of orthodontics are anchored to the teeth and it is possible to remove them from the mouth by the patient, without the intervention of the dentist. It is recommended when the required displacement is limited to a small space or with the aim of modifying a tendency of the growth of the teeth. Widely used as support for fixed orthodontics when it is finished.
This type of apparatus is acrylic and presents wires that are gripped at the level of the molars; is a method of orthopedics, that is, the medical technique that allows to prevent and correct bone deformities that may occur in the human body and in this particular case in our mouth.
Made to measure
The aligners will be made to measure for the patient’s teeth from the diagnosis of the orthodontist.
The benefits of a better smile are perceived from the beginning of the treatment with Invisalign.
Invisalign aligners can be extracted for eating, drinking, brushing teeth and flossing.
Invisalign is comfortable since there are no brackets or wires that can irritate the gums or the inside of the mouth.
The teeth align without the dental and facial aesthetics being affected.
Ease of dental hygiene. It allows to enjoy social meals without the hassle of having food between the brackets, brushing teeth and flossing as daily.
Traditional solutions for an aligned smile.
Fixed orthodontics, also known as brackets, refers to those parts that, subject to the teeth, support the arch that produces the dental displacement. This type of orthodontics can not be removed from the patient’s mouth until the treatment ends.
There are different options depending on the degree of visibility that the patient wants, being metallic or white ceramic pieces, and therefore more aesthetic, since they merge with the tooth’s own enamel.
We correct an incorrect projection of the teeth.
The use of orthodontics in children ages can be more effective with less effort, since the patient’s teeth are still growing and it is possible to correct an incorrect projection of the pieces.
The orthodontics used can be removable, if not all the teeth replaced or the required displacement is short, or fixed for ages in which all the pieces have been changed.