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Orthodontic treatment aims to straighten or move the teeth to improve their appearance and functionality. In addition, orthodontic treatment can protect the health of your teeth, gums, and jaw joints in the long term, as it allows for a more even distribution of pressure between all teeth.

Orthodontic treatment is the process of correcting an incorrect bite. About 90% of the world's population has certain defects in the location of teeth. It's just that someone has it clearly expressed, and someone has it unnoticed by others.
Orthodontic treatment. Types of bite
Correct bite is when adjacent teeth are tightly and without gaps adjacent to each other. The teeth of the upper jaw overlap the teeth of the lower jaw by about a third. The need to correct the occlusion arises if, with complete closure, there is a violation of the relative position of the dentition:
    The lower or upper jaw protrudes excessively;
    A gap is formed between the teeth of the upper and lower jaws;
    The teeth of the upper jaw almost completely overlap the teeth of the lower one.
    When is orthodontic treatment required?
    Many people have twisted or uneven teeth. Orthodontic treatment will allow you to straighten them or move them to a more correct position. It can improve the appearance of teeth and bite, as well as make it easier to clean and so on....
    At what age is it better to undergo orthodontic treatment?
    As a rule, orthodontic treatment is best done in childhood, but adults also seek orthodontic help, and they do it more and more often. It is not so much the age that is important, as the presence of a sufficient number of teeth. Before you start orthodontic procedures in children, you often have to wait until they have enough teeth.
    How to care for braces and teeth?
    Every day, thoroughly brush your teeth and the gaps between your teeth that you can get your hands on. Your movements when cleaning should be careful not to damage the fragile braces. Your dentist can show you how to brush your teeth better with your orthodontic device.
    Reduce the frequency of consumption of sugary foods and drinks. Avoid snacks and drinks containing sugar, as well as carbonated drinks. In addition, try to avoid sticky and hard products that can cause damage to the braces.
    Brush your teeth before going to bed and at least once more during the day. Use mouthwash if necessary. Your dentist may recommend a stronger fluoridated toothpaste, a fluoride-containing gel, or a fluoride mouthwash.
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