aesthetic fixed braces

in the heart of Warsaw

aesthetic fixed braces

in the heart of Warsaw

we restore a full,
healthy smile!

If for various reasons you’re not convinced about straightening your teeth with aligners, we have another aesthetic solution for you. Fixed braces that are attached to the teeth but at the same time are hardly noticeable. The special material from which the brackets are made ensures that they are not conspicuous, so your treatment is discreet and effective.

orthodontic treatment

Malocclusions: These include various misalignments of the upper and lower teeth, such as overbites, underbites, or crossbites.

Tooth overcrowding: This is a situation where there is not enough space in the mouth, causing the teeth to be tightly packed or overlapping, which can lead to difficulty in maintaining oral hygiene and the development of gum disease.

Misalignment of multiple teeth is a situation where several teeth are improperly positioned, which can lead to aesthetic problems and difficulties in chewing food.

Misalignment of the dental arch is a situation where the dental arch is improperly shaped or positioned, which can lead to problems with chewing, swallowing, and speech.

aesthetic fixed braces at Warsaw Dental Center step by step:

In orthodontics, various types of braces are used, which can be standard or self-ligating. Standard systems include metal braces with ligatures, ceramic braces with ligatures, and sapphire braces with ligatures. Self-ligating systems consist of metal self-ligating braces and ceramic self-ligating braces.

1. Diagnosis and Consultation
Before starting orthodontic treatment, it is necessary to perform an OPTG and two TRGs (frontal and lateral projections) to select the most appropriate therapy. Based on the diagnosis, the doctor will present several options for orthodontic appliances, discussing the advantages and disadvantages of each.

2. Preparation before Treatment
Before starting treatment, oral cavity sanitation and professional hygiene are necessary. If necessary, wisdom teeth are removed.

3. Installation of Braces
Braces are mounted on the tooth surface and connected to the arch with brackets (self-ligating braces) or ligatures (braces with ligatures). Sometimes this stage is divided into two visits to facilitate patient adaptation.

4. Treatment
After the braces are installed, the doctor schedules the next appointment. This requires regular visits to the orthodontist, the frequency of which depends on the chosen treatment method.

5. Removal of Braces
After the treatment is completed, the braces are gently removed by the doctor, and then professional hygiene is performed using Air Flow.

6. Maintaining the Effect
To maintain the effect of the treatment, a retainer (metal wire) is placed on each jaw, and an individual retainer tray is made to help keep the teeth in the correct position. The retainer tray is usually worn for at least twice as long as the treatment lasted. Initially, it is worn at night, and after a month, it is reduced to once or twice a week.

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Warsaw Dental Center
answers the most frequently asked questions about orthodontic braces

What is the best age to get braces?

The appropriate age for getting braces depends on individual dental needs. Orthodontic treatment can be effective for both children and adults. For children, orthodontic intervention typically begins between the ages of 9 and 14, as the jaw is still developing, making it easier to correct tooth alignment issues. However, adults can also benefit from braces, as advancements in orthodontic technology have made treatment comfortable and effective for people of all ages.

Is wisdom teeth removal necessary?

Whether wisdom teeth need to be removed depends on various factors, including oral health, the position of the wisdom teeth, and any potential complications. In some cases, wisdom teeth may be impacted or causing overcrowding, which can affect the alignment of other teeth. In such situations, extraction is recommended to prevent further problems. However, not everyone needs to have their wisdom teeth removed, and decisions should be made on an individual basis after consultation with a dentist or oral surgeon.

Can braces damage teeth?

Correctly placed and maintained braces do not damage teeth. However, improper oral hygiene or neglect of orthodontic care recommendations can lead to problems such as tooth decay, gum disease, or enamel erosion. It is important to follow proper oral hygiene practices, have regular check-ups with a dentist, and adhere to the orthodontist’s recommendations to ensure the health of your teeth during orthodontic treatment.

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