Braces treatment is a treatment method used to close gaps between teeth, treat jaw problems, align teeth, correct crooked teeth, crooked teeth, crooked teeth, missing teeth and gapped teeth. This treatment method is usually applied in adolescents, but it can be effective in adults as well.
Different materials and designs are used for braces treatment. The most common types of braces are:
It is recommended that you consult with an orthodontist to decide which option is most suitable for braces treatment. The orthodontist will choose the most suitable braces option based on the condition of your teeth, the need to straighten your teeth, and your personal preferences.
The braces fitting process is performed by an orthodontist and usually takes several hours. First, he determines the treatment plan by examining the condition of your teeth and extracting a tooth model. After braces are in place, you may need to have regular checkups to help your teeth move. Checks are made to monitor the adjustment of braces and the progress of straightening your teeth. Check-ups are usually done between four and eight weeks.
Wearing braces can cause some discomfort. When the braces are inserted, your gums may become slightly sensitive and you may experience a slight pain in your teeth. However, these discomforts pass within a few days.
Oral care is very important to maintain dental health during braces treatment. For good braces care, it is necessary to brush regularly, use an interdental brush and pay attention to eating habits. Those who wear braces need to be especially careful about oral hygiene. Below are some tips for caring for strands:
You can consult your orthodontist for more information on braces care.
Braces prices may vary depending on the type of braces, treatment time and complexity of treatment. Braces treatment is generally more expensive than other dental treatments. It is recommended that you contact an orthodontist to learn more about the cost of braces treatment.
It may cause some discomfort. When braces are fitted, your gums may become slightly sensitive and you may have a slight pain in your teeth. However, these discomforts pass within a few days.
The teeth of those who have braces should be checked regularly during the treatment. Check-ups are made to provide information about the adjustment of braces and the progress of treatment. Checkups are usually done every four or eight weeks.
The process may take several hours. However, several visits may be required when installing the wire, including preparation, inspection and final checks. The duration of braces treatment may vary depending on the condition of the teeth that need treatment.
In general, it is recommended to avoid sticky and hard foods. Sticky foods can stick to braces and can be difficult to clean. Hard foods can also damage your braces and move your teeth. For example, it is necessary to avoid foods such as chewing gum, chocolate, caramel candies, popcorn, hard vegetables.
Smoking can cause yellowing of the teeth and gum problems in people who wear braces. In addition, smoking can prevent the movement of teeth and reduce the effectiveness of braces treatment. Therefore, smoking while wearing braces is not recommended.
While wearing braces, it is important to brush your teeth regularly. Brushing helps keep your teeth and braces clean and prevents cavities and other dental problems. Remember that you need to thoroughly clean the food residues on the braces while brushing your teeth.
Flossing is important for keeping your teeth and gums clean. However, you need to be careful not to damage the braces when flossing. Therefore, discuss with your orthodontist how to properly clean your braces before flossing.
Yes, it is normal from time to time during the treatment. When braces are fitted, you may have a feeling of pressure or a slight pain in your teeth. These feelings usually pass within a few days. However, the feeling of pain or discomfort may recur from time to time. The most important way to prevent is to pay attention to mouth and teeth cleaning.
The duration of treatment may vary depending on the condition of the teeth that need treatment. The total duration can usually last from a few months to several years. While the treatment of teeth that require moderate correction takes approximately 12-18 months, the treatment of teeth that require more serious correction may take 2-3 years.
The prices of braces treatment may vary depending on the type of braces used and the duration of the treatment. In general, braces treatment is more costly than other dental treatments. That's why it's recommended that you talk to your doctor about braces treatment fees.
There is no age limit for braces treatment. However, the start of braces treatment for children is usually done after their teeth begin to become permanent, that is, between the ages of 11-14. However, adults can also be good candidates for braces treatment.
It is normal to accumulate tartar in mouths that are not cleaned adequately, with or without treatment. That's why it's important to brush, floss, and clean your teeth regularly. Orthodontists can recommend special toothbrushes, floss, and other cleaning tools to help keep your teeth clean during braces treatment. Despite all your efforts, our saliva content may be genetically predisposed to tartar buildup. In this case, it is necessary to have professional teeth cleaning every 6 months.
Mouth sores and aphtha formation may be seen from time to time during braces treatment. These sores can occur due to the sharp edges of the braces and the friction of the braces against the gums. Sores in your mouth usually heal within a few days. The duration and severity of the wounds may vary depending on the type of braces treatment, the duration of the treatment and personal factors.
After your treatment is finished, your teeth may become discolored. These color differences may vary depending on your teeth. However, braces treatment itself does not cause color differences. Tooth discoloration that occurs during orthodontic treatment is generally related to dietary habits and inadequate brushing. If you want to whiten your teeth or remove color differences, you should follow your doctor's recommendations.