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Medical Statistics say that in nearly 50 per cent of people,
teeth are irregular, crooked or not aligned. With advances
in the field of dentistry, particularly in the branch of
orthodontics which deals with correction of irregularities
in the teeth and jaws, the treatment of such teeth is not
difficult. Straightening of irregular teeth in the past
was limited to the use of removable plates with ugly looking
steel wires and the treatment was almost always a compromised
one and too lengthy and painful.
Modern techniques are simple and painless and the treatment
can be carried out in individuals of all age groups starting
right form the age of three to four years and as late as
30-40 years, though the earlier the treatment is carried
out, the better it is.
These days, there are a number of choices available regarding
the type of braces to be chosen. These are different techniques
and braces available nowadays, including the new tooth colored
invisible braces and visible metal braces. Newer types of
braces are further divided into:
1. Ceramic braces
2. Invasalign braces
3. Lingual braces
4. Metal braces
Ceramic Braces: Ceramic braces are made of tooth colored
composite materials. They are strong and generally don’t
stain. Adults like to choose ceramic because they ‘blend
in and match’ with the natural teeth and are less
noticeable to outsiders than metal braces. These are the
type of braces Tom Curise had. The advantages are that they
are virtually invisible, more comfortable and irritate gums
less than the metal braces, but are more expensive and may
require some extra sittings.
Invasalign Braces: Great for people who do not have severe
problems. The braces consist of strong plastic trays that
are fabricated especially on individual basis. They are
indeed invisible. One can get the teeth straightened without
anyone seeing that one is wearing braces. Trays for treatment
are computer fabricated by align technologies. They are
absolutely invisible to the outsiders.
Lingual Braces: These are placed behind the teeth rather
than the usual front portion of the teeth and are virtually
invisible to others. Only few specially trained professional
orthodontists carry out treatment with lingual braces.
Metal Braces: Used for traditional orthodontics treatment.
These are very strong and can withstand most types of treatment.
At first, they may irritate the gums, but after a few weeks,
get settled. Though less expensive, these are more noticeable
than other types.