America Dental Clinic Orthodontics Specialist

Dental Braces West Miami

The oral health benefits of dental braces are abundant.  Crooked, misplaced, and crowded teeth can make cleaning very difficult, causing a risk of tooth decay, which is not only unsightly and painful, but also affects your overall health.

Modern orthodontics practices offer various treatment options to help you or a loved one achieve a healthy smile with straight teeth and a properly-aligned jaw.  The most common dental braces appliances are traditional metal brackets and clear braces.

Orthodontist in Miami

An orthodontist and a dentist, both specialize in treating oral problems, but the main difference between the two is that a dentist treats teeth, gums, jaws and almost all mouth parts and an orthodontist specifically focuses on teeth and its related problems. An orthodontist corrects bites occlusions and straightens the teeth and positions the jaws. If you have misaligned teeth, overbites or underbites, you need to consult an orthodontist at the earliest as these conditions may get worse in future. Although both orthodontics and dentistry aim at improving oral health, orthodontics particularly have a further specialization in teeth care. So every orthodontist is a dentist but every dentist is not particularly an orthodontist. American Dental Clinic has a team of professional orthodontists who can help you get a good oral health, with teeth that will stay with you a very long time. Our orthodontists have the required knowledge and equipment to carry out the orthodontic treatments to give the desired results. Contact us to get a treatment that is not only benefits you physically but rather gives a boost to your self confidence and personality.

Orthodontics 101

Orthodontics is a field of dentistry that deals with corrections involving teeth and jaw aligning.

There are different types of orthodontic appliances.  The most common are:

  • Conventional metal brackets and wires
  • Clear braces (ceramic)
  • Plastic clear braces

All braces mentioned above involve cementing brackets to the front of your teeth.

Typically preferred for children orthodontics, traditional metal braces are very strong and are capable of correcting more moderate to severe tooth misalignment concerns.

For adults who do not want to wear metal brackets, we offer clear ceramic or plastic brackets.  They are more aesthetic and usually more comfortable.

Getting your braces

In your initial treatment, our orthodontist will need to make a mold of your teeth and take multiple x-rays of the head and mouth.   Brackets will then be cemented onto the teeth, wired together and continuously adjusted to slowly move the teeth into the desired position.

The entire process can take anywhere from 6 to 30 months.  Once treatment is completed, patient will need to wear retainers in order to keep teeth in place.When you’ve injured yourself after regular dental business hours, and you’re wondering “Is there a orthodontist near me? We’re here to answer that question for you.

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