Orthodontics with Removable Apparatus
Moving Intraoral Apparatus
Intraoral movable appliances, as the name suggests, are intraoral appliances that can be attached and removed at any time and used in early treatment, especially in children. Place holders, reinforcement appliances, jaw expander appliances or habit-breaking appliances are classified as movable orthodontic appliances. Among the types of movable apparatus, which are generally used in the treatment of jaw disorders, some of them fit both on the lower and upper jaws and are made with a single body. Intra-oral movable appliances, while straightening the teeth with springs and screws placed on them, give the patient the advantage of removing the appliance whenever they want. The oral appliance is designed by your physician and is used to provide the most effective treatment in a short time.