Orthodontic treatments align the jaws and teeth. We address all of your orthodontic needs.
Whether you want braces or are looking into Invisalign as an option, our dentists would be happy to help with your orthodontic procedure. We specialize in orthodontics at Niyama Care. We provide quality orthodontic treatment in Noida and Vaishali area with our highly experienced and renowned Orthodontists.
Orthodontics can both improve the appearance of your smile and also improve the functionality of your bite. Our dentists are committed to creating your perfect smile, and the first step is with orthodontics.
A lot of thought, preparation, and experience go into getting the best orthodontic work. We recommend you to get the process started at an early age, as soon as your general dentist notices something wrong with your bite or alignment.
Nowadays, Orthodontic treatment is also popular with adults.
What Are Orthodontics?
Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals with tooth alignment and adjustment. With proper orthodontic treatment, we can prevent and correct misaligned teeth. It is helpful for those who suffer from a variety of different dental problems.
These can include:
- Misaligned teeth or jaw
- Gaps in the teeth
- Crooked teeth
- Open bite
Orthodontic procedures can benefit both the aesthetics and functionality of your bite. A smooth, even smile is beautiful as well as functional.
Orthodontic treatments align your bite; also, they can improve speech problems caused by misaligned teeth. They also make chewing and eating much easier and safer for your jaw bone and mouth.
Orthodontic problems can range from a primary misaligned tooth to a need for full headgear. It is best to catch orthodontic problems as early as possible because they can increase and worsen over time.
- Clear aligners (Invisalign)
- Braces and aligners –Braces are an excellent option to align and form your teeth, and they are still prevalent and sought after procedure.
- Clear aligners (Invisalign)- It is an orthodontic treatment option that allows orthodontists to straighten teeth using a series of nearly invisible, clear, removable, plastic appliances called aligners.
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