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Clear braces are very similar to traditional metal braces. However, they are less noticeable because they are composed of tooth-colored materials. The same orthodontic problems that metal braces may treat, such as overbites, underbites, crooked teeth, and crowding, can also be resolved with clear braces. What Are Clear Braces? Similar orthodontic issues can be resolved...

The long-term goal of orthodontic treatment is to have a healthy occlusion free of tooth rotation and diastema. These procedures strive to enhance oral function and oral health. Evidence-based research indicates that dental misalignment and malocclusion harm oral health, especially in the state of the periodontal ligament. Orthodontic care is a dental procedure currently preferred...

Invisalign clear aligners treatment is one of the best and most technologically advanced ways to straighten teeth. Teeth can be straightened using either traditional braces or Invisalign clear aligners. Invisalign treatment offers numerous advantages over traditional braces, making it one of the best for straightening misaligned or crooked teeth. In this blog, we will discuss...

Crooked teeth can lower self-esteem. You worry that people are constantly judging you when you speak or smile. You want to straighten your teeth, but as an adult, you’re afraid a mouth full of metal will be just as embarrassing as crooked teeth. Do you live with a bad smile to avoid adult braces? Yes,...

The inherited elements that unquestionably play a significant part, including a parent’s influence over whether or not their kid has crooked teeth, are limited and cannot be entirely controlled. A few measures may improve a child’s chances of developing straight teeth. This eliminates the need for the patient to have their teeth straightened. Visit Emerick...


Dentists and oral surgeons perform tooth extractions for many reasons. The issue may be a painful wisdom tooth or a tooth that has been badly damaged by decay. In some cases, a dentist will remove a tooth to make space for dental prosthetics or braces.

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