Is orthodontic treatment suitable for patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, heart problems or patients who are pregnant?July 9th, 2015 | Published in
As long as the medical problem is under control and one is motivated about treatment, there is rarely a contraindication for orthodontic treatment. Digital x-rays are…Read More
After orthodontic treatment is completed, you will need retainers to maintain your teeth in their corrected positions and prevent relapse (teeth moving back out of alignment)….Read More
Orthodontic treatment typically requires 12 to 24 months to complete. Alternatively, veneers may be considered if one is unable to attend regular sessions over 12 to…Read More
It is never too late. Scientific literature shows that orthodontic treatment in adults is feasible and predictable. As long as your gums are in good condition,…Read More
It depends. We try not to extract teeth unless we see a clear indication. Sometimes, teeth can be aligned without the need for extractions. On the…Read More
It depends. Certain hereditary traits such as small or big teeth, missing teeth, jaw size and jaw growth problems have strong genetic links. However, there are…Read More
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