Orthodontics

What is Orthodontism?

It is the name given to treatments to regulate the relationship between jaw bones and teeth.

When Should Children Go to Orthodontic Treatment?

For healthy tooth and jaw structure, each child must go to orthodontism at least once between the ages of 7 and 8. When orthodontism is not experienced in childhood, dental structure disorders are undetlerable and serious negativity such as permanent shape disorders may occur. We highly advise all parents to take their children to orthodontism at least once. It is not always right to expect milk teeth to change with permanent teeth. Orthodontic problems occur at an early age in many children.

What is the Ideal Age to Go Orthodontiste?

The ideal period in this regard is 7-8 years old. Some distortions, which cannot be detected at this age, affect the healthy and beautiful development of the jaw as the jaw structure is now sitting. The perks and imbalances in the teeth can be treated more easily at this age. 95 percent of the growth will be completed until the milk teeth have completed their change. Especially children with difficult problems such as asymmetric jaw structure should come to orthodontis during this period. The difficulty of treatment increases with the passing of the age of 8.

Don't be fooled by the dental array, there may be a problem with the jaw!

Some parents are not able to notice the major problems in the jaw by being taken into the sequenth-like sequence of children's teeth. Always show your children's jaw structure in an orthodontis at this age. Situations such as the front of the upper jaw in girls or the front of the lower jaw in boys cause uncontrolled deshavers. Abnormalities such as bird face appearance may occur. Girls in particular complete their development a year ago according to boys. Before these ages, these problems should be identified and treated.

The Importance of Starting Orthodontic Treatment Early in Children

In some cases, early onsustodontic treatment can be extremely vital. If there is a difference between your child's jaws, treatment is necessary, even if the teeth are smooth. Orthodontic treatment is essential if the back teeth close diagonally, if the front permanent teeth close diagonally, if there is an extremely narrow upper jaw structure, if the milk teeth that prevent permanent teeth from coming out have not fallen, if there is a narrowing of the jaw caused by the early pulled milk tooth.
Conditions Requiring Preventive Orthodontic Treatment

In some cases, it is necessary to resort to preventive orthodontic treatments. "These may be some bad habits from inema, such as incorrect swallowing or mouth breathing, finger, pencil, tongue sucking. Preventive treatments should be used for such conditions that cause orthodontic disorders.

Wires Are No Longer A Problem

There are also different color alternatives in children's orthodont. "It makes it easier for us to have color alternatives according to children's wishes. With the increasing number of children undergoing orthodontic treatment, children no longer get weird when they see a friends wearing wires.

When should orthodontic treatment be performed in adults?

Orthodontic treatment can be performed at any age. Any dental movement, except for the adjustments that are necessary in the age of growth, which drives growth, is possible if you agree to wear 62 wires, whether your age is 12 or not.

When Is Orthodontic Required in Adults?

If you've had crooked teeth since you were a child, if your teeth have a lot of cons and they're getting bigger and bigger, If you have teeth that have had bone melting due to your gum problem and your teeth that are regular are separated from each other, if you have teeth that have been shot and thirritated or lengthied towards the space in areas where no prosthesis has been performed, if your upper or lower jaw is positioned further or behind to disturb you, if there are jaw stens and broken jaws, it can be done in case of more harmonious ness of your jaws and therefore your face with surgical and orthodontic cooperation.

How to Treat Orthodonty?

Orthodontic therapy is divided into moving or fixed orthodontic therapy. In the moving treatment, prostheses called aperey are performed, which the patient plugs into the mouth. They are often used to correct simple ness. In constant orthodontic treatment, metals called constant brackets are glued on the teeth, which the patient cannot remove. These metals are combined with special wires. In this way, the teeth are moved and the perks are corrected.

Transparent Plaque

Transparent plaques are made to patients in transparent plaque orthodontic treatment. These plaques, which are made in different numbers according to the severity of the perms in the teeth, are replaced by patients every 2-3 weeks. Simple disorders are successfully corrected with these aesthetic-looking plaques.

What is Lingual Orthodontic?

Metals placed in patients called brackets are glued to the tongue side of the teeth in lingual orthodontic therapy. This way, nothing appears on the front of the patients' teeth. Although they are aesthetic, they are expensive and require longer treatment time.

Why Orthodontic Disorders Should Be Treated

The teeth are cleaned more easily by correcting the perks in the tooth sequence, the risk of cavity is significantly reduced.

The permeations in the dental series make flossing difficult and reduce the effectiveness of the toothbrush, thus predisposing it to gum disease. Therefore, the predisposition to gum diseases is eliminated by eliminating the perk. It helps the person to bite and chew and talk effectively. In some cases, orthodontic treatment is used in preparation for prosthesis for more aesthetic and healthy prosthesis applications. In case of tooth deficiency, missing tooth cavities can be closed with orthodontic treatment or if the missing tooth cavity cannot be closed, the appropriate amount of space can be opened in the area for implant treatment. It hinders the development of different functional problems (joint complaints, etc.) Teeth are better positioned both in function and appearance and appear more aesthetic.

Treatment Methods for Smooth Sorting of Teeth and Correction of Jaw Relationships;

• Constant treatment with metal brackets,

• Fixed treatment with ceramic brackets,

• Lingual (applied from the back of the teeth) treatment,

• Treatment with transparent plaques (Invisalign),

• Mobile treatment,

• 4% fast treatment with Acceledent,

• PRP; stem cell application

Stem Cell Application PRP in Orthodontic

Another innovation in the field of orthodontics is orthodontic therapy combined with recently popular platelet-rich plasma (PRP). In this way, the liquid separated from the red blood cells is injected into our own dok for various purposes.

In implant operations, the method used for nearly 1 year in patients with bone loss to accelerate bone healing is now used in orthodontic treatment patients to speed up dental movement and maintain bone volume.