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Braces

One of the best decisions you can make at the dentist’s is to commit to a period of treatment using braces, realigning teeth and leading to a great number of long-term health benefits that will last virtually the rest of your life.
Braces are quite affordable, and numerous developments have helped them become both cheaper and less noticeable in recent years.

Before and After Braces

One of the best decisions you can make at the dentist’s is to commit to a period of treatment using braces, realigning teeth and leading to a great number of long-term health benefits that will last virtually the rest of your life.
Braces are quite affordable, and numerous developments have helped them become both cheaper and less noticeable in recent years.

What They Do: A Look at the Best Uses for Braces

Generally, braces are recommended to those patients who have severe dental problems that affect the placement of their teeth or the nature of their “bite.” The most common reasons and purposes for braces are as follows:
1. Crooked or Misaligned Teeth

Teeth can become crooked or misaligned for any number of reasons, including the growth of wisdom teeth or simple genetic factors that cause teeth to grow in at non-uniform positions. Braces work to reform this misalignment through years of retraining teeth, pulling or pushing them in a given direction to create a more uniform, more comfortable smile.
2. Overbites and Under-bites

Overbites and under-bites occur when the top and bottom rows of teeth are not properly aligned, causing one to slip under the other. This is a problem that can cause patients to suffer from long-term discomfort and awkward resting positions of the mouth. Braces use the same reformative techniques mentioned earlier to effectively align the teeth with each other, eliminating this problem