At Smile Hub Dental Clinic, we use the most advanced orthodontic technology to address overbites and underbites as well as gapped, crowded, and crooked teeth. With recent improvements in dentistry, patients now have a far wider range of alternatives, including Invisalign, a nearly invisible realignment technique.

Specialist Orthodontist

If you need an orthodontist, Smile Hub Dental Clinic provides a broad spectrum of orthodontic treatments with a focus on advanced aesthetics, periodontal health, and restorative dentistry. Our patients love the celebrity-style smiles we give them. Our orthodontics dentists are kind and understanding, and they will go above and beyond to make you feel at ease and have a pleasant experience.

What makes an orthodontist necessary?

Because their teeth are overly crowded, uneven, or have gaps between them, a lot of people feel self-conscious when they smile. At our dental office, we also treat patients whose misaligned jaws result in an overbite or underbites. All these problems can be fixed with the use of an orthodontic treatment strategy.

Numerous other dental and general health issues can be helped with tooth alignment correction. You may experience discomfort as well as speaking, eating, and oral hygiene issues if your teeth are not properly spaced.

What happens during orthodontic treatment?

The orthodontist will examine your teeth and go through the different orthodontic treatment choices during your initial appointment at our dental office. He or she will go over what to anticipate from the procedure and how long it might take. Additionally, you will have the chance to voice any worries you may have.

The following orthodontic procedures are available at Smile Hub Dental Clinic:

An almost undetectable transparent aligner is called Invisalign. For more information on Invisalign, continue reading.

Fixed braces: These include lingual braces, which are hidden below the teeth, as well as conventional metal and ceramic braces that attach to the front of the teeth.

Depending on the type of braces you are wearing when you receive them, the specific treatment strategy may change. We first take an impression of your teeth with all alternatives, though. Your mouth-specific aligner or brace is then manufactured using this information.

Within a few months, you should start to see a difference, but depending on how severe the problem is, treatment could last up to two years.

Throughout this time, we will arrange routine checkups to make sure your therapy is proceeding and to modify your aligner or brace as necessary.


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