Solution for Misalign teeth

Solution for Misalign Teeth

Every child born will develop teeth after a certain period of time. Some will have a perfect set while some may not. Kids with a not-so perfect teeth set need not worry. This is a common problem and can be corrected easily. Look at your friends, many of them probably don't have straight teeth either. Sometimes teeth just don't grow in evenly.


Your teeth might be crooked or your upper and lower jaws might not be the same size. If your upper jaw is bigger than your lower jaw, that's called an overbite. If your lower jaw is bigger than your upper jaw, you have an underbite.

Your dentist might notice one of these problems during a regular visit and recommend that you see an orthodontist. This person, who also might be called a braces specialist, can determine whether you need braces.

Types of braces

1.Metal Braces: Today's metal braces are much smaller, flatter and more comfortable than in the past.

2.Ceramic Braces: ceramic braces have tooth-colored or clear brackets that blend in to teeth.

How Braces Work

Braces straighten teeth by putting steady pressure on your teeth and by staying in place for a certain amount of time. Most kids just need regular braces with wires and rubber bands doing their jobs to keep pressure on the teeth. The wires on your braces help to move your teeth and the rubber bands help to correct the alignment which is the way your teeth line up.

Everyone has to wear braces for different lengths of time, but most people usually wear braces for about 2 years.


Life with  Braces

Braces act like magnets for food, so you need to keep your teeth especially clean while you have them on. You'll want to brush after meals and be extra careful to get out any food that gets stuck in your braces.

Your orthodontist also may give you a special flosser you can use to floss in and around your braces.

You won't have to go on any special diet when you have braces, but you'll want to avoid some foods that are problems for braces. Stay away from popcorn, hard and sticky candy and especially gum. Sugary sodas and juices can cause a problem too because the sugar stays on your teeth and may cause tooth decay. You can have these drinks, but be sure to brush afterward.

This information was provided to you by the promoters of prevention of tooth and gum diseases- Shindent. We believe that one set is an important set. Take care of your Teeth!!

About Us:
     Shindent Dental centre will open its first centre at GNH Medical Plaza on the MG Road in Sector-14, Gurgaon in August 2014. The centre spread over 3500 sq ft will offer the comprehensive range of services in the field of Dentistry including Dental Filling, Dentures, Dental extraction, dental braces, scaling and polishing etc. With the best dentists in and around Gurgaon, the Centre aspires to become one of the best Dental Centre in Gurgaon


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