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Dental Braces in Dubai
A visit to the orthodontist will help you treat irregularities in your teeth which can range from crooked teeth to misaligned bite to closing gaps. Treatments include use of braces to enable you to bite correctly, eat without discomfort and take better care of your teeth and gums. The price of getting braces in the UAE will depend on the severity of your condition and the choice of braces for your teeth.
What are the different types of braces?
We at Dentzz offer teeth straightening treatments including braces in Dubai. Our orthodontists prescribe a treatment plan and fit braces for your teeth in order to correct any of the dental problems mentions above. We offer the following kinds of braces in Dubai:
a. Metal braces are the traditional type of braces, and also the cheapest. They are evidently visible as metal brackets hold a thin wire with rubber bands on your teeth. They put pressure on your teeth to gradually move them in the desired position.
b. Ceramic Braces are similar to metal braces, except that the metal is replaced by clear elastic or white metal brackets. They blend in with the colour of your teeth, so it isn’t as apparent that you’re wearing braces. They are sensitive and prone to breakage, as well as difficult to install which increases the treatment cost and time.
c. Lingual Braces take the braces camouflage one step ahead. The same metal brackets and wires are used to bond the teeth, but they are fixed to the back of the teeth. They hinder the tongue, hence causing a speech problem, so you really need to practice speaking with them on. The treatment is more complicated and expensive, and doesn’t work well on small teeth.
d. Invisalign are invisible braces that are removable, and need to be replaced every 2 weeks. They consist of clear plastic forms that cover the teeth entirely which can be removed while eating and brushing. They work the best if your teeth problems are less severe.
What is the procedure for braces?
The process of shifting the teeth to a proper position is unaffected by age so there are no different braces for adults and kids. However, certain corrections in adults might require the use of more than braces, and more time for treatment.
The surface of the teeth are prepared for the braces procedure by applying a conditioner, which is cleaned off and followed by application of an adhesive primer. The brackets are fixed on the teeth with cement. Once positioned properly, excess cement is removed and the brackets are hardened using a high intensity light.
Dental braces require adjustments by the orthodontist who will replace the wires as necessary to achieve the desired pressure to correctly position your teeth. While you have your braces, you need to brush regularly and stay away from sticky and hard foods to prevent detachment and dislodging of the braces.
For the braces removal procedure, the bond between your teeth and brackets is broken, and the adhesive on your teeth is left to safeguard the enamel and tooth structure from damage. The cement that was used to bond the brackets is peeled off. The braces recovery technically uses a retainer to keep your teeth and its position stable.
Questions To Ask About Braces
1. What are braces for teeth?
Braces can fix irregularities in your teeth by straightening crooked teeth and fixing misaligned bites.
2. What is Phase I and Phase II treatment?
Phase I treatment is early interceptive treatment and administered before all permanent teeth have erupted. It is followed by Phase II treatment which is recommended to position permanent teeth.
3. What are clear braces?
Clear braces, or invisible braces are the less apparent alternative to metal braces.
4. What are ceramic braces?
Ceramic Braces use clear elastic or white metal brackets that blend in with the colour of your teeth.
5. What are invisible braces made of?
They are made of thermoplastic material such as clear BPA-free plastic.
6. Do braces hurt?
The braces can seem a bit uncomfortable, and the tightness can cause sore, which can be easily alleviated by medicines.
7. Will braces interfere with playing sports?
You might need to wear a mouthguard, made of durable plastic, over your braces.
8. Will braces interfere with playing musical instruments?
It might cause a bit discomfort to play an instrument, but you can use a wax or brace guards to reduce that.
9. Will I have to change my eating habits?
Sticky foods and hard foods should be avoided to prevent dislodging and detachment of braces.
10. Is cleaning my teeth going to be difficult?
You need to clean underneath the dental arch wires using interdental brushes and a water pik.
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