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Advanced Dental Care of Orlando
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Braces in Orlando are an effective way to treat uneven, crooked, or crowded teeth. They work by moving the teeth into place or by adjusting the bone that lies underneath the teeth. If you want to make your smile look its very best but are worried about your crooked teeth, you should talk to an experienced and trustworthy braces dentist to determine if orthodontic treatment is right for you. If you want to learn more about orthodontic treatment and how it can help, continue reading this helpful guide.

What Is the Process for Getting Braces?

The best place to start when it comes to straightening your teeth is to go to your dentist. Locating the best dentist for your treatment is an imperative financial and medical decision, so you should choose a dentist that you can trust. Our dental professionals are committed to working with you throughout every step of the treatment process. Your treatment plan will be personalized in a way that will ensure that you receive the most effective orthodontic treatment for you and your unique orthodontic needs. We will strive to help you complete your orthodontic treatment in as little time as possible.

What Does the Process for Getting Braces Consist Of?

It doesn’t matter whether you have chosen metal or ceramic materials for your braces; the process of having them put on remains exactly the same. The first step that your dentist or orthodontist will perform during your procedure is to completely clean and dry your teeth. The second step is to apply bonding glue directly to your teeth. You may find that the glue has an unpleasant taste. However, it is a harmless substance. The third step is to attach the brackets to the teeth. The fourth and final step consists of the dentist or orthodontist putting the archwires into the brackets and securing the archwires with rubber bands.

What Are the Different Types of Braces?

Metal braces are the most common type of orthodontic devices. They are made out of metal wires and brackets. Ceramic braces are another type of orthodontic device utilized by our patients. These are the same as metal ones. However, ceramic braces are clear or white in color so that they blend seamlessly with your teeth. Invisible braces are comprised of see through plastic trays that glide the teeth into their proper position. These can be taken out when you eat and drink. To learn more about the different kinds of orthodontic devices we have available for you to choose from, contact our office.

Are Braces Affordable?

One of the most common questions that we are asked is, “How much do braces cost?” What you will need to pay after receiving your treatment will depend on the type of braces you utilize, the severity of your orthodontic problems, any preparation procedures you need, and your dental insurance coverage. If you are in need of braces, you should contact your insurance provider to see if orthodontic treatment is covered by your dental insurance. In addition to accepting dental insurance, our practice also offers an array of flexible financing plans. These plans can help you to spread out the cost of your orthodontic treatment so that it is more affordable for you. If you want to know more about how you can afford orthodontic treatment, give our team a call. We are happy to discuss the various ways that you can pay for your treatment.

How Lengthy Is the Process for Having Braces Put On?

Your procedure should take anywhere between one and two hours to complete. The time it takes will depend on the complexity of your issues. If you experience a little bit of soreness after the procedure, don’t worry. This is a common side effect that is usually managed with over-the-counter pain medication. If you experience severe soreness that can’t be controlled with over-the-counter pain medication, contact us right away.

What Is the Purpose of Wearing Retainers After Braces?

Most people need to wear their braces for a period of one to two years. After this period of time has passed, your dentist or orthodontist will remove the wires and brackets from your teeth. This process takes about an hour to complete. Afterwards, you may be required to wear a retainer while you sleep at night. This is to ensure that the results from your orthodontic treatment are preserved. Retainers can help to keep the teeth from moving out of place. Many people need to wear retainers for several years after receiving orthodontic treatment.

Do you still believe that you need orthodontic treatment? Call our office as soon as possible to receive more information about how braces can help you in achieving the smile of your dreams.

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