A dentist and an orthodontist take care of humans oral health but they provide different services. These are some of the services of an orthodontist.
Orthodontists are known for giving braces. The enable achieve a natural alignment of teeth. The crooked and crowded teeth will make it impossible to brush or floss between the teeth. If you do not brush or floss between the teeth repair experience gum disease, tooth decay or crevices. The braces will align the teeth so that you have enough space in-between for flossing and brushing. When the teeth lean too far backward or forward, you’re speaking patterns will be affected and that is why you need braces to adjust the position of the teeth. Braces relieve the jaw bone the pressure that causes erosion of the gums to rectify a bad bite.
The baby needs space maintainers to fill the spaces that are left when he or she loses teeth earlier. The space that is left by the tooth can grow other teeth therefore a child need the Spinners to prevent this from happening. Fixed space maintainers work are attached using a band to one tooth, and a wire is extended to the tooth on the other side where there is a missing gap to stretch and keep it open.
If you do not need braces to straighten and align the crooked, you can use aligners. They fix all types of bad bites. They are invisible because they are made of plastic material. You do need to wear them everywhere you go if you feel uncomfortable. You can remove them and clean them separately when brushing your teeth. They baby uncomfortable at first because of the tight pressure they apply on the teeth, but their smoothness and ease in eating with them will make you get used to them quickly.
The upper and lower jaw should be naturally close to one another hence the repositioning appliances are used. These conditions experienced by patients of temporomandibular joint disorder. When TMD condition where one is unable to speak, eat and drink properly. TMD causes discomfort, pain and stiffness in the upper and lower jaw that can be produced with the help of jaw repositioning appliances. They are removable but you should remove them under supervision of an orthodontist.
You will remove braces but keep the alignment of the teeth in the correct shape with removable retainers. They are either shaped like a plastic aligner or a plate to be worn in the night on the roof of the mouth. They are both durable and adjustable when you need them to fit comfortably .