Orthodontist London, Ontario - Invisible Braces

By: Dentistry 390  09-12-2011
Keywords: dentistry, Orthodontics, Braces

What makes Dentistry 390 unique is that fact that in addition to offering traditional dental procedures like cleanings and restorations, we also offer full Orthodontic services. Orthodontics is a discipline of dentistry that involves the diagnosis and treatment of improper bites, which may be due to tooth irregularity, disproportionate jaw positioning or a combination of both. Orthodontic treatment can focus on dental displacement only, or can deal with the control and modification of actual facial growth.

In the past, orthodontic treatments were used primarily for pre-teens and teens having problems with their bite. Today however, orthodontic treatments like braces are not only for teens, but for adults as well. Close to 30 percent of all orthodontic patients in the Canada are adults. Despite this growing trend towards adult orthodontics, it pays to start orthodontic treatment early for maximum effectiveness.

Orthodontic treatment can be carried out for purely aesthetic reasons with the goal of improving the general appearance of a person’s teeth. However, treatment is most often prescribed for practical reasons such as providing the patient with a better functioning bite. Dentistry 390 offers a wide variety of solutions for all ages from traditional braces to invisible braces. We are also pleased to offer an invisible braces technique which features a series of removable, clear aligners that provide an invisible way of straightening teeth as an alternative to traditional metal braces.

We are happy to offer the following Orthodontic services:

  • Early Preventative Treatment
  • Adult Treatment
  • Traditional Braces
  • Porcelain Braces
  • Invisible Braces
  • Invisible Essix Tooth Movement
  • Removable and permanent Retainers

Keywords: Braces, dentistry, Invisible Braces, Orthodontics

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