After a previous diagnostic analysis (consisting of a radiological, photographic study and taking molds from the patient's mouth), your orthodontist will choose and plan your treatment with braces.
Professional dental braces are made from a personalized orthodontic study. At your next visit to the dentist, the braces and the arch that crosses them will be placed, which is what will make your teeth move.
A treatment with braces requires small adjustments and substitutions over time, so you should attend appointments of a schedule of revisions that you agree with your orthodontist.
After having achieved the desired results your orthodontist will remove the bow and braces. To prevent teeth from re-aligning incorrectly, it is very likely that you will recommend a retainer.
Why use braces?
In addition to improving the aesthetics of your smile, well-aligned teeth reduce the risk of various oral problems, such as the accumulation of plaque and tartar, which can lead to tooth decay or gum problems.
However, the greatest benefit for many patients is their self-esteem. A perfect smile is the best letter of introduction and you will gain the confidence in yourself necessary to continue fighting for your happiness and a better future for you and yours.