Common Conditions for Orthodontic Treatment
Crooked, misaligned teeth can be caused by a number of different circumstances from facial trauma and injury to sucking your thumb and insufficient space for impacted, crowded teeth.
Medical innovations in orthodontic-teeth straightening-procedures mean that there are several options to discuss with your dentist in Narre Warren.
We try to preserve your natural teeth at every opportunity. There are situations, however, when it is more appropriate to extract a tooth as the best intraoral health solution.
Teeth serve both a structural and an aesthetic function. We rely on a full set of teeth and healthy jaw bone to accentuate our facial features. When teeth are damaged, crooked or missing those factors impact your cosmetic attributes and general health.
Rather than let your mouth degrade over time and potentially cause long-term problems, there are a range of non-invasive solutions you can try to help you smile with confidence.
Invisalign and ClearCorrect Braces
Narre Warren Dental have the technology and the experience to produce clear aligners to help patients straighten their teeth over a duration of up to 18 months. Manufactured to your specifications, Invisalign and ClearCorrect Braces are a great way to fix malocclusions, overbites and similar dental anomalies.
See the difference between clear aligners and traditional braces.
|Clear Aligners||Traditional Braces|
|Transparent aligners are discrete||Clearly visible wires, brackets etc.|
|Patient experiences pressure in early stages of treatment||Metal brackets can potentially irritate the patient’s mouth|
|Removable aligners for your convenience when eating, drinking, brushing etc.||Fixed teeth straightening treatment that can be difficult to eat, drink, brush and floss with|
|You can see the results throughout the treatment||Estimated treatment duration that you must adhere to|
Invisible Teeth – Coloured Braces
At Narre Warren Dental Care, we also use Cfast invisible teeth-coloured braces to straighten misaligned teeth. Contact us today to schedule an appointment to learn more about our orthodontic services.