Orthodontic treatment includes straightening your teeth to improve their overall appearance. This line of treatment also helps you look after the long-term health of your jaw joints and gums. Various dental concerns are addressed by orthodontic treatment like crooked teeth, crowded teeth, excessively spaced teeth, etc. All you need to do is walk into our dental clinic and consult our dentist for a suitable procedure.
Braces are the most sought-after treatment option for various dental problems like crooked teeth, overcrowded teeth, jaw misalignment, etc. Our dentist may also recommend this procedure in case of crossbites, underbites, overbites, and gaps between your teeth. In today's world, different types of braces are available. What type suits you can be determined after a thorough consultation.
They are the most popular form of orthodontic treatment prevalent worldwide. Traditional braces can be recommended to everyone - adults, teenagers, and kids. They include a series of braces directly attached to your teeth. These braces are further linked by metal wires, the role of which is to move your teeth to their correct place.
If you think that wearing traditional braces will affect your aesthetic appearance, you can opt for clear braces. They are translucent in appearance and are made using dental-grade ceramic. They do not stain or wear, thus are easy to maintain.
Fastbraces have been introduced as new technology to allow you to straighten your teeth in a short period, usually 3-12 months. They are easy, fast, safe, and affordable orthodontic treatment options.
Six Month Braces
As the name suggests, our dentist may recommend six-month braces to help you get a straighter smile in only six months. This fast and effective treatment option uses clear braces with tooth-colored wires, thus making them more guarded and effective.
It is touted as one of the most effective methods to straighten your teeth and correct your smile without the use of braces. Invisalign uses a clear plastic aligner tray, similar to a retainer. You are required to change them every two weeks to adjust to the altering shape of your teeth. You can also remove them while eating food and cleaning.
Our dentist will recommend night guards if you are suffering from teeth grinding or bruxism. This device is similar to a mouth guard used by athletes and provides a barrier between your top and bottom teeth while you are asleep.
The temporomandibular joint connects your lower jaw to the skull. Temporomandibular disorder or TMD occurs as a result of stress, teeth grinding, or continuous clenching of your jaw muscles. The disorder may lead to other dental problems if left untreated. It is better to visit our dentist and get suitable treatment to save your teeth from further issues.
Please reach out to All Smile Dental in Turlock, CA, to have a consultation with our dentist, Dr. Singh. Please call our Dentist in Turlock, CA at (209) 668-3736 or Dentist in Modesto, CA at (209) 409-8839.