Orthodontics, which specializes in striking the ideal equilibrium between your teeth and the adjacent facial muscle, is well known to everyone who has braces. Simply put, orthodontics (จัดฟัน, which is the term in Thai) treatment aims to align and straighten teeth in conjunction with a mouth examination. An orthodontist can identify the proper placement of teeth. The most typical therapy is braces, which, along with headpiece wires and elastics, put your teeth into the correct positions if they grow unevenly or in a manner that is not optimum for your mouth. Before, only teenagers wore braces, but now many adults who want straighter teeth do as well. Braces are for everyone, no matter their age, and you have a beautiful smile.
The study of orthodontics focuses on both tooth movement and the positioning of the teeth and jaws. People with a broad jaw and strong mastication muscles may acquire a crossbite. An edge-to-edge bite may develop in people who lose their baby teeth early due to cavities, which may also slow down their jaw growth. Additionally, patients with broad tongues have bottom teeth that are farther apart. The adult team became crowded as a result. Having healthy teeth at a later age will accomplish two goals.
- Of course, an attractive aesthetic look
- And secondly, damage to the teeth
Preventing the masticatory apparatus is important. An orthodontist must establish the degree to which a malocclusion may potentially harm the teeth. Orthodontic therapy is optional if the issue is only cosmetic. Fixed and removable braces are different from one another. The cure for malocclusions is no more than one, two, or three years. The ideal time for Treatment is around 12 to 16 years. However, you can take the Treatment at any age.
How Do Braces Work?
Braces work in multiple ways. The simplest way to explain it is if you are not on a traditional blade brace. You have the bracket, which is step one. They go through the bracket, and then the little elastic that attaches the wire to the frame and the way to access the wire has a memory that it wants to return to that shape. It uses the bracket to pull the tooth as a handle into the correct position. Usually, brace cases are mainly for cosmetic work. The Treatment is between 6 to 12 months of traditional or conventional orthodontics, which can take several years to straighten teeth.