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We have no teeth when we were born. We have been teethed in a long term. Some people may have overcrowded and crooked teeth at the end of this period. We always have a chance to receive a corrective and supportive treatment for our crooked and overcrowded teeth. Sometimes, dental braces propose these kinds of treatments. Crooked or overcrowded teeth cause to worsen not only the way you bite, chew and speak but your looking and smiling. Then, which sort of dental supportive and corrective treatments we or our children can receive? Odontotherapy offers children and adultd corrective and supportive treatments for overcrowded or crooked teeth, overbite, underbite and uneven bite. The dentistry term overbite means prominent upper front teeth. Besides, underbite means upper front teeth which bite behind the poorer ones. Some other jaw misalignment disorders may be the reason of uneven bite. In addition to all these, those who have their teeth fit or fix neatly together can also easly clean and keep up them. To clean and maintain teeth causes them less prone to bacterial plaque formation, gum disease and anaerobic bacterial growth in the oral cavity. Therefore, dental braces will be the most important choice to prevent early childhood caries. A dental brace in early childhood or childhood and adolescence not only prevents dental cavities and dental caries but helps the teeth to dentatio straightly and orderly. In childhood period dental braces can much more help teeth to get into linear form than adulthood stage. Generally adults may suppose that braces are not for them. However, dental braces can solve several of the teeth problems in older people as they do in kids as well as overcrowded, crooked and diastema teeth or misaligned jaws. Although adults with dental braces, should to put on them a while longer than a younger ones might, but the results will be same.

For, facial bones in adults do no longer grow. No doubt, there are short and long term risks in wearing dental braces. What may be the short term risks? Dental braces form some tiny cavities in which food residues can be deposited. These bacteria plaques prevent the food deposits to be removed and may lead one’s tooth enamel to demineralise. Demineralization of one’s teeth may cause everlasting whitish discolor and dirty stains on his/her your teeth. For avoiding risk of damage to one’s dental braces and teeth sugary, starchy and sticky foods migh be cut down. In order to prevent dental braces not to break partly person should avoid hard foods such as nut, ice, popcorn and hard candies. Besides, brushing carefully after meals and rinsing methodically may help to avoid damage. Using fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled brush may be another preventation. Dental braces and under wires may be flossed with a dental floss or floss threader. Using a fluoride rinse if advised by an orthodontist may help during treatment. Having professionally cleaned teeth at regular intervals suggested by a dentist may lessen the risk. What may be the long term risks? As the dental braces support the teeth to fix neatly together teeth root may come across to a bone that leads shorter root lengths. It does not ground any problems. A person should be careful after he/she removed his/her dental braces. He/She should take care of his/her dentist’s advices when he/she wears a device known as retainer. For, If you think to get dental braces for your children it will be the best choice to take them to an orthodontist between the ages of eight and fourteen years old. This age range in childhood and adolescence their facial bone developments are yet in progress. Besides, their teeth are growing and it will be easier to fix and straighten their potential crooked and overcrowded teeth.

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