Orthodontics

Orthodontics

Orthodontics refers to using fixed or movable orthotic devices to correct teeth that are positioned improperly in the jaw. If the jawbone is too big or too small, orthodontic treatment before puberty focuses on controlling the development of the jawbone. Adults need to rely on precise surgery to improve irregular arrangement of teeth and adjust the abnormal development of the facial bones to achieve the purpose of the following treatment:
1. Restores chewing function.
2. Easy to maintain oral hygiene, indirectly preventing dental caries and periodontal disease.
3. Restores facial aesthetics and confidence to obtain normal personality development.
4. Correct pronunciation to increase the effect of learning.
5. Prevents temporomandibular joint disorders.
6. Lip closure and complete dentition prevents dry oral mucosa and increases resistance to infection.
7. Children should seek early treatment to prevent uncoordinated jaw bone development caused by malocclusion.