Braces Service

Starts from RM8000, Braces can straighten your teeth to make them look, feel and work better

Braces Service

You may be a good candidate for braces if you have the following bite problems:

  • Crossbite: One or more of your top teeth don’t line up properly with your bottom teeth.
  • Open bite: Your top and bottom front teeth don’t meet as they should.
  • Overbite: Your top front teeth cover too much of your bottom front teeth.
  • Overjet: Your top front teeth stick out.
  • Underbite: Your top teeth sit behind your bottom teeth rather than in front of them.

Braces can straighten your teeth to make them look, feel and work better. Braces are glued to your teeth and connected by a wire to put gentle pressure on your teeth. Over time, this pressure gradually moves them into the proper position.

The first step for dental braces is for a patient to be referred to an orthodontist due to concerns about the positioning of the teeth in the jaw. In the first orthodontist appointment, the teeth should be examined manually and with X-rays images. It is also important to discuss the dental history with the patient, which will help to guide the treatment decisions.
If from the initial consultation it is deemed that treatment with dental braces is appropriate for the patient’s situation, further decisions such as the type of braces and the duration of treatment will need to be decided.

  1. The Consultation. At your first Orthodontic visit the Orthodontist will complete a thorough Orthodontic examination to determine your Orthodontic needs.
  2. Orthodontic Records.
  3. Getting Your Braces On
  4. Getting Your Braces Off and Retainers.

Maintaining your braces takes a lot of time and effort—but if you do it right, your healthy and dazzling smile will be your reward. Here are some tips on how you can maintain a healthy smile while wearing braces:

  • Good oral hygiene habits—In order to keep your teeth healthy when you have braces, it is important to keep a good oral care routine for your teeth. When you have braces, it means there are more nooks and wires that food can get trapped in which can lead to plaque build-up. To avoid this, make sure you follow a well established oral care routine every day which involves brushing, flossing and using mouthwash regularly.
  • Follow your orthodontist’s instructions—Your orthodontist may give you additional instructions such as placing rubber bands on your braces at specific points in time.
  • Having a tooth-friendly diet—A tooth-friendly diet involves eating food with low acidity such as bananas, milk, seafood and eggs, so that it doesn’t damage your tooth enamel over time. Another way to maintain your smile when you have braces is to avoid foods with a high level of sugar to reduce your chances of having tooth decay.

There are a lot of benefits to getting braces. Having straight teeth helps not only with a pretty smile, but also your overall oral health. Some of the benefits of braces include prevention of tooth decay, gum diseases, cavities, bone erosion, injury, and bad bites.

A dentist usually recommends braces to improve the patient’s physical “orofacial” appearance. Through orthodontic treatment, problems like crooked or crowded teeth, overbites, underbites.

You may have recently been told by your dentist that you require orthodontic treatment. Whether it’s issues with spacing, your bite or the alignment of your teeth, it is obvious when you do not have straight teeth, and you’ll need braces to enhance your smile. However, before you get started with treatment, it is crucial that you have reasonable expectations with braces as you take the journey to properly aligned teeth.

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