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Service description

Braces, both fixed and removable, are appliances that use pressure to move and correct mal-aligned, crooked, protruded and spaced out teeth, leaving you with a beautiful smile. Orthodontics also enables correction of various functional and aesthetic problems like a gummy smile, mouth breathing, inability to chew efficiently and minor jaw discrepancies.
Orthodontic treatment is considered a tiresome, cumbersome and laborious procedure. But at our dental clinic we guarantee the shortest and most effective treatment to ensure that your journey to a beautiful smile is seamless.

The procedure starts with a detailed evaluation by the orthodontist through dental impressions, digital scans, panoramic x-rays and computer generated images to examine teeth alignment, malocclusion and any dental complications the patient may have. This is followed by a detailed treatment plan based on the patient condition and requirements which may include teeth extraction, gum corrections and dental rehabilitation. This is followed by selection of braces striking a balance between the patient’s requisites and desires, fixation and preparation of a visit chart which will be explained to the patient in detail. Patient motivation and promptness in maintaining scheduled visits are paramount in ideal bracket adjustment and monitoring of progress. The last phase of the procedure is to retain the well aligned teeth with retainers for a period of time, which varies from patient to patient, until they are rooted in their new position.

Types of Dental Braces: How to Choose the Right Braces for You

Care Dental Orthodontics uses the most advanced technology for orthodontic treatment available today.  From digital x-rays to no-mess or gag-free impressions, Dr. Shanmukh and his team are equipped with the latest technology to ensure you get your braces off faster and have the most accurate treatment. Care Dental Orthodontics offers, a digital scanner, which produces an accurate reproduction of the position of your teeth. 

We offer several ways to achieve a healthier smile including traditional braces (metal, ceramic and clear brackets), Invisalign Clear Aligners, and orthodontic appliances.

Traditional Metal Braces
Invisalign Clear Aligners
Invisible Ceramic and Clear Braces
Corrective Orthodontic Appliances

When do you need orthodontic treatment?

Teeth misalignments can not only affect your long term dental health but can greatly impact your daily life and interactions. Different treatment techniques can be used to move your teeth into its correct position in the mouth. Our expert team of specialists will help you make the right treatment choice by doing a thorough analysis.

Benefits of Early Orthodontic Treatment

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Answers to questions

What are Do's and Don'ts of Caring for Braces?
  • DON’T Consume drinks which are low on sugar content and not carbonated
  • DO brush your teeth carefully after every meal.
  • DON’T eat foods that can damage your braces.
  • DO floss daily.
  • DON’T bite your nails or chew on pencils. 
  • DO protect your teeth if you play sports. 
  • DON’T miss your orthodontic appointments.
How Long Do One Need To Wear Braces?

The total duration of wearing dental braces depends on multiple factors that include the condition of teeth and compliance to oral care practices. Usually, the duration may vary from 18-36 months.

Can children go for braces?

Children as young as 11 can start orthodontic treatment, and adults of all ages can benefit from braces. You are never too old to upgrade your smile with orthodontic treatment!

Do braces hurt?

Braces do not often hurt, though you may feel a small amount of discomfort for a couple days as your teeth, gums, cheeks, and mouth get used to your new braces.

Will my braces interfere with my school activities like sports, playing an instrument, or singing?

Playing an instrument or a contact sport may require some adjustment when you first get your braces, but wearing braces will not stop you from participating in any of your school activities. If you play a contact sport, it is recommended that you wear a mouthguard to protect your braces or appliance.

Do I need to brush my teeth more often if I have braces?

With braces, you should brush your teeth at least three times a day to keep your teeth, gums, and mouth healthy and clean. Brushing regularly will help remove any food that may be caught between your braces.

You should also floss daily to get between your braces where your brush isn’t able to reach. Our doctor will show you how to brush and floss properly once your braces are placed.

Clinic hours
Mon-Sun 9:00AM - 9:00PM
Our clinic was created to make your smile beautiful, healthy and snow-white. We offer a wide range of dental treatment and dental restoration services.
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