Services - Orthodontics

Head of Department Dr. Bachir Kalaji

Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that specializes in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities.

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Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that specializes in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities.

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Metal Braces

Metal braces are a widely used method for correcting dental misalignments and improving the appearance of the jaw

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Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces are a type of orthodontic appliance used to correct teeth misalignment and enhance the appearance of the mouth. Ceramic braces differ from traditional metal braces in the materials used for their construction.

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Incognito Lingual Braces

Hidden lingual braces are a type of orthodontic technique characterized by placing archwires and brackets on the inner side of the teeth, i.e., on the lingual or tongue-facing surface of the upper and lower jaws. This type of orthodontic treatment is known for the absence of visible wires or brackets on the outer surface of the teeth, providing an invisible appearance and maintaining a natural look during the course of treatment.

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Invisalign, also known as clear aligners, is a type of orthodontic treatment used to correct tooth misalignments and improve the appearance of the jaws

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Self Ligating Braces

Self-ligating braces are a type of orthodontic technique, often known as the Damon technique. This approach features automatic correction that makes the smile beautiful and easier.

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Eon Aligner

Eon Aligner is indeed a trusted brand of clear removable aligners, offering a convenient and comfortable alternative to traditional braces

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Retainers are orthodontic devices used to maintain the alignment of teeth after the completion of orthodontic treatment, such as wearing braces. They help prevent the teeth from shifting back to their original positions and ensure that the results of the orthodontic work are preserved

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Jaw expanders are devices used in orthodontics to widen the size of the jaws.

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Habit Breakers For Kids

Habit breakers are orthodontic appliances designed to help children stop habits like thumbsucking or tongue thrusting which can affect dental and facial development.

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K Line Clear Aligners

K Clear aligners are a contemporary orthodontic solution, serving as personalized splints worn to align and straighten teeth.

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Insignia Braces

Insignia is an advanced orthodontic system that utilizes 3D technology to create personalized treatment plans for patients. Unlike traditional orthodontics that rely on standardized appliances, Insignia provides customized brackets and archwires that are meticulously designed to fit the unique anatomy of each patient's teeth. This precision tailoring leads to more precise tooth movement, resulting in faster and more predictable treatment outcomes

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Myobrace For Kids

The Myobrace®System is a proactive orthodontic approach that aims to correct the underlying causes of tooth misalignment and jaw discrepancies, frequently eliminating the need for braces or tooth extraction. This method is ideally suited for children between the ages of 3 and 15 and involves the use of a sequence of removable intra-oral appliances that are worn for 1-2 hours daily and overnight while sleeping.

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Functional Appliances For Kids

Functional appliances are a type of orthodontic device used to correct Class II malocclusions, which is when the upper teeth bite in front of the lower teeth. They can also be used to expand the jaw to relieve overcrowding. Functional appliances work by repositioning or reshaping the upper or lower jaw, rather than straightening the teeth.

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Pediatric Mouth Breathing Treatment

Mouth breathing, also known as oral breathing, is the act of breathing through the mouth instead of the nose. It can be a temporary issue caused by a cold or allergies, but chronic mouth breathing can have serious health consequences, especially for children

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Sleep Apnea Treatment

Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. If you snore loudly and feel tired even after a full night's sleep, you might have sleep apnea.

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Why Choose Us Orthodontics

Ensures efficient biting and chewing

Achieves a more attractive smile

Lowers the risk of decay and gum disease

Reduces the likelihood of future dental problems

Makes oral hygiene easier and more effective

Prevents costly dental procedures down the line


Most Frequently Asked Questions

Treatment lengths vary from person to person, but typically people wear braces for 12 to 24 months. The amount of time you wear braces will also depend on your treatment needs. For problems that are harder to fix.
Taking care of your braces is crucial to ensure they’re as effective as possible and to maintain your oral health throughout treatment. Here’s a detailed routine for you to follow: * Oral Hygiene: With braces, maintaining good oral hygiene is even more important than usual. Food particles and plaque can get trapped in and around the brackets, which can lead to cavities, gum disease, or unsightly staining. Brush your teeth after every meal, and use interdental brushes or floss threaders to clean underneath the wires and between brackets. * Eating Habits: Certain foods can damage your braces or get stuck in them. Avoid hard foods (like nuts, hard candies, and ice), sticky foods (like chewing gum and caramel), and foods high in sugar. Be cautious with fruits and vegetables, cutting them into smaller pieces rather than biting into them can prevent brackets from breaking off. * Regular Orthodontic Visits: Regular visits to your orthodontist are essential when you have braces. During these visits, your orthodontist will adjust your braces, which helps to continually apply the correct pressure to straighten your teeth. They will also monitor your oral health and the progress of your treatment.
There isn’t a particular age that’s best for getting braces. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not just children and teens who are ideal candidates for braces. Adults of all ages can be viable candidates for braces to achieve their desirable smiles and correct dental issues. However, the teenage years and early adulthood are more or less the ‘sweet spot’ for most orthodontic treatments.
The recommended orthodontic treatment is determined by the severity of the teeth misalignment. Factors, including cost, treatment duration, and aesthetics, also play a role in the type of braces selected for the condition.
Each type of braces or orthodontic devices works differently. Traditional braces or teen braces use brackets and wires, while options like invisible braces use removable alignment molds to push your teeth into the desired position. Then there are lingual braces, where the devices are mounted behind your teeth. Since each orthodontic procedure is unique.

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