Discover the best orthodontic treatment options for a great smile. Our traditional restorative braces which are placed directly on your teeth, has you covered to align your teeth and make sure your oral health is in the best possible condition.
It is crucial to identify orthodontic issues early. Among our treatments, we offer timely interceptive orthodontics to prevent teeth malocclusions (misalignments) for children and adolescents with special appliances that reduce their time in braces. For our young patients, we also make braces fun with coloured elastics.
Another option to straighten your teeth is Invisalign. This system involves a series of plastic removable trays that align your teeth methodically.
Look and feel great with our comfortable and hassle-free orthodontics. Call now and book an appointment to learn more about the right orthodontic approach for you.
Besides getting that added boost of confidence in your smile, braces have many other functional benefits:
Betterment of any speech impairment
Easier to perform dental routines like brushing and flossing
Diminished chances of catching periodontal diseases and cavities
Diminished grinding and chipping
Risks of getting an injury due to protruding teeth are reduced
Better chewing ability, leading to improved digestion
In order to have them do their job properly, it’s imperative that you take great care of your braces and other orthodontics regularly. Here are a few things you can look out for:
Maintaining oral hygiene Braces are prone to have particles of food getting stuck between them. If you don't brush thoroughly and regularly after every meal, these can very easily cause cavities, loss of supporting bone, and gum tissue inflammation. Your orthodontic appliances facilitate optimal tooth movement if maintained and cleaned correctly. Ensure that you are also keeping up-to-date with your scheduled orthodontic appointments.
Regular brushing and flossing Don't forget to brush your teeth thoroughly and rinse your mouth after every meal. It is recommended to brush at least twice a day, with regular flossing and rinsing with a fluoride mouthwash to keep your gums and teeth healthy. This helps the orthodontics to work precisely the way they are supposed to.
Care for comfort After you get your braces put in, it's normal to feel soreness in your teeth and gums. To get rid of the pain, over-the-counter anti-inflammatories like ibuprofen can be taken to help transition to adjust to your orthodontics. You can also switch to eating softer food for a while to facilitate easy chewing, along with taking smaller bites as well. Apply the dental wax provided to you to offer protection for sharp surfaces and irritated tissues. Do not hesitate to contact us in case any element comes apart or becomes loose.
The Clear Alternative to Braces
Invisalign® helps correct orthodontic issues while providing the appearance of not wearing braces.
No wires or discomfort
Clear and removable to fit your lifestyle
Available for adults and teens