Dr Rukman Jindal is an experienced oral & maxillofacial surgeon and a certified implantologist. she has a vast experience of over 18 years in various fields of dentistry.
Orthodontic treatment involves treatment of mal-aligned teeth by re-positioning of teeth to a more favorable alignment, thus improving the profile and smile of the patient.
In our hospital, we care about your teeth as much as you do. We offer adult and children orthodontics treatment to correct your smile and improve your teeth.
If you are conscious about crooked teeth and would like to improve their alignment, braces are your best options. They’re a non-invasive treatment that provides a number of benefits, including long-term straight teeth, improved oral functions, and confidence boost. Most importantly, well-aligned teeth are easier to maintain and will less likely lead to periodontal problems.
we offer various methods of orthodontic treatments, below are the procedures you can choose from should you decide to get an orthodontic treatment.
Metal braces are made of sturdy stainless steel. At Jindal Dental Care & Implant Centre, Ambala city you can be sure that we use brackets and metal wires that are of high-quality, durable, and easy to install and clean.
Ceramic braces are made of ceramic material. The brackets are translucent and blend with the natural tooth color. They are strong and resist stain and discoloration throughout the treatment.
Straightening of your teeth is very important to prevent below problems :
If you want to improve the look and feel of your smile, then any age can be a great age to see the orthodontist. first visit an orthodontist around the age of seven. However, orthodontic treatment is not exclusive to children and teens. Whether you’re considering treatment for yourself or for a child, any time is a good time to visit the orthodontist.
It is recommended that your child get an orthodontic check-up no later than age 7. By this age, problems with jaw growth and emerging teeth can be spotted while some baby teeth are still present. That’s important, because some orthodontic problems are most easily corrected while the child is still growing. If these problems are found early and treated, we could eliminate the possible need for extractions or surgery in the future. Most orthodontic patients begin active treatment between ages 9 and 14.
Treatment time obviously depends on each patient’s specific orthodontic needs. In general, treatment time lasts from 6 months to 30 months and varies based on individual treatment complexity, needs, and personal treatment goals.
New technology allows us to use lighter forces to move the teeth over a much shorter amount of time. You can expect the braces to make your teeth sore for a few days after they are placed and after each adjustment. These adjustments will make you more conscious of your teeth, but they should not be painful. Today’s braces are smaller, more comfortable and use technology that reduces the discomfort. We use the latest in technology in order to reduce discomfort and treatment time.
As always, it’s very important to practice good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing after every meal. Hard and sticky foods should be avoided since they can damage your braces. Be sure to keep all of your orthodontic appointments and follow the instructions and recommendations given by your orthodontist.