Is Orthodontics Necessary?
What will be achieved by an orthodontic treatment?
- Proper chewing and functioning of the mouth
- Facilitation of the efficient cleaning of teeth and gums, leading to fewer dental problems.
- Reducing the likelihood of fracturing protruding teeth.
- Beautiful smile and an increased self esteem.
The crowded teeth
Crowded teeth retain more dental plaque.
The difficulties in cleaning lead to caries, gingivitis and eventually periodontal disease.
Straight teeth in contrast to protruding ones are less susceptible to trauma. At younger ages the chance of protruding tooth fractures is very high. Orthodontic treatment minimizes this risk by arranging the teeth in their correct positions.
When orthodontic problems are present, teeth converge abnormally and are prone to deterioration of their surfaces. Patients who manifest poor skeletal joint function of the lower jaw offer suffer chronic headaches or pains in the face and neck. The orthodontic treatment leads to a healthy and well functioning mouth system. Skeletal – orthodontic problems significantly affect the proportions of the face in front and laterally. Early orthodontic treatment can positively affect bone growth of the jaws, in order to remedy these imbalances and ensure overall harmony of the face.
An attractive smile is an important asset. Orthodontic treatment brings teeth, lips and jaws into the correct relationships and proportions, gives a harmonious face and a beautiful smile, thereby increasing the confidence and self esteem of the patients. These are virtues that are vital to all ages.