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What is orthodontic treatment?

Why is orthodontic treatment necessary?

Orthodontic dentistry is not only to arrange the alignment of teeth and for the beauty of teeth but also the inferior feeling of the mind and medical that removes various health problems in the body caused by malocclusion and makes you healthy. When the occlusion is not good, eating and dental plaque tend to accumulate, causing tooth decay and periodontal disease. Moreover, it may be a burden on the jaw and the internal organs, or it may be a mental burden.

To firmly chewing is important to the health of mind and body.
By orthodontic treatment, it is necessary to make a beautiful appearance and a wonderful smile by maintaining correct teeth alignment and occlusion, as well as maintaining the health of the oral cavity of the teeth and the whole body health.

Orthodontic aims to improve mental health along with the health aspect.

Timing of orthodontic treatment

There is no age limit for orthodontic treatment, and the timing of treatment is important for children.

There is no age limit for orthodontic treatment, and those who are being corrected since becoming adults are increasing. Since you can receive treatment without worrying about your age, those who have complex or who have a disorder in the body and who think that tooth alignment is the cause, please try to receive counseling once.
On the other hand, timing is important for orthodontic treatment for children, and if there is a problem in the growth process of the jaw, early treatment is needed.
There is a case that it does not need to remove a tooth and correction of the permanent dentition becomes unnecessary with early treatment, and we recommend a regular medical examination of the child in the growing period.
A regular medical examination is good timing in every 3 to 6 months, and it also serves as prevention screenings for tooth decay and periodontal disease, and we can tell the best timing by consulting a doctor about the necessity of correction.

Being able to chew securely is important for mental and physical health.
By orthodontic treatment, it is necessary to make a beautiful appearance and a wonderful smile by maintaining correct teeth alignment and occlusion, as well as maintaining the health of the oral cavity of the teeth and the whole body health.

Orthodontic aims to improve mental health along with the health aspect.

About malocclusion

Examples of various malocclusion

  • Crowding of teeth
    Crowding of teeth

    Teeth and teeth are overlapping "double teeth "
    and " snaggleteeth".

  • Reversed occlusion)
    Reversed occlusion

    It is a "socket" in the occlusion where the lower teeth come in front of the upper teeth.

  •  Prognathism
    Prognathism

    The upper teeth protrude beyond the lower teeth, which means "projecting teeth" in occlusion.

  • Open bite
    Open bite

    It is a state even if you have chewed the back teeth, the front teeth are open without engaging.

The influence of malocclusion on mind and body

What will happen if tooth alignment or occlusion is bad?

  • Self-cleaning action in the oral cavity is inhibited, correct brushing cannot be performed, and risk of tooth decay and periodontal disease is accompanied.
  • Movement of the tongue is restricted, and it may be difficult to pronounce correctly.
  • Since you cannot chew food well, you get a habit of swallowing, and it gives a big burden to the stomach and intestines.
  • Jaw bones and facial muscles develop by properly chewing.
    Since it can not be done with malocclusion, the influence that the chin becomes undeveloped or the face is distorted comes out.
  • It becomes the cause of the complex, and when talking or laughing you hide the mouth with hands. You get frustrated, and bruxism (grinding), stiff shoulder, posture also tends to get worse.
  • Since occlusion also affects the balance of the whole body, it may cause headache, lower back pain, stiff shoulder, dizziness, etc.
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