A branch of dentistry specializing in the treatment of the teeth so as to make the teeth align properly within the mouth; it usually involves fitting a patient with braces and sometimes oral surgery.
Orthodontics is a specialised branch of dentistry concerned with the development and management of irregularities and abnormalities of the teeth, jaws and face. Its aim is to produce a healthy, functional bite, creating greater resistance to disease and improving personal appearance. This contributes to mental and physical well-being.
The specialty of dentistry concerned with the correction and prevention of irregularities and malocclusion of the teeth and jaws
A dental specialty concerned with the prevention and correction of dental and oral anomalies (malocclusion).
Periodontal surgery and procedures that slim and contour the teeth may be used to create extra room in the mouth for an accelerated orthodontic treatment. An accelerated orthodontics patient will wear braces for only four to eight months.
Braces take an average of one to two years to straighten tilted, crowded, and misaligned teeth. Orthodontic treatment may be used to improve a bite or reduce pressure on crowded teeth. The number of options for orthodontic patients has increased in recent years. Transparent ceramic brackets and "invisible braces," for example, now make braces a viable solution for many adult dental patients.
The dental subspecialty that involves the prevention and correction of irregularities of the teeth by the use of minor tooth movement techniques, braces, and complete orthodonture.
A specialised field of dentistry that aims to correct irregularities in the position of teeth and the bite (usually involves the use of braces).
Treatment to prevent or correct abnormal positioning or misalignment of teeth (maloccusion).
The branch of dentistry that deals with the correction of irregularities of the teeth and related facial problems.
(Braces): The movement of teeth to healthier and more esthetic positions.
A branch of dentistry that corrects and prevents irregularities in teeth.
The diagnosis and treatment of irregularities of the teeth.
the branch of dentistry dealing with the prevention or correction of irregularities of the teeth
the specialty of dentistry concerned with the correction and maintenance of malaÂligned teeth and structures of the oral cavity.
A branch of dentistry that deals with crooked teeth and the problems they present.
concerned with the correction of dental and facial irregularities through the use of braces and other appliances.
branch of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis of misaligned teeth.
The dental specialty that is concerned with the diagnosis, causes, and treatment of improper occlusion ("crooked teeth"). Both adults and children may benefit from orthodontic treatment.
The treatment preformed to correct your bite and make your smile look wonderful.
The specialty in dentistry dedicated to the correction of bite disorders or malocclusions
Controlling & Straightening of the mouth geometry with braces
A specialized branch of dentistry that corrects malocclusion and restores the teeth to proper alignment and function. There are several different types of appliances used in orthodontics, one of which is commonly referred to as braces.
An area of dentistry concerned with the correction of malocclusion and the restoration of teeth to proper functioning.
The movement of teeth into healthier and more esthetic positions in the mouth. This is accomplished through the use of "braces" (wires and brackets) or removable devices called "orthodontic appliances".
The technique of making sure teeth are properly straightened, usually through the process of having a patient wear braces.
Also knowns as braces, this field pertaining to dental care concerns correcting malocclusions and misalignments in the mouth. Includes wire appliances as well as the newer technology known as Invisalign.
Treatment to straighten teeth and correct bites.
dental specialty that using braces, retainers, and other dental devices to treat misalignment of teeth, restoring them to proper functioning.
Division of dentistry dealing with prevention and correction of irregularities of the teeth such as malocclusion.
Orthodontics is one of the specialised fields of dentistry. It is concerned with the growth and development of the dentition and the treatment of irregularities which can occur.
Deals with prevention and correction of irregularities of the teeth and jaws.
A specialty branch of dentistry dealing with the correction of the alignment of teeth and the prevention of malocclusion.
A special field in dentistry which involves diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of bite abnormalities or facial irregularities.
a branch of dentistry dealing with irregularities of the teeth and their correction, as by means of braces and retainer
Dental specialty that treats misalignment of teeth
Also known as Dentofacial Orthopedics. The area of dentistry concerned with the supervision, guidance and correction of the dentofacial structures including those conditions that require movement of teeth.
A branch of dentistry concerned with correction and prevention of irregularities and malocclusion (bite) of the teeth.
Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that specializes in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental and facial irregularities. The technical term for these problems is "malocclusion," which means "bad bite." See the entire definition of Orthodontics
the alignment of teeth, usually through the use of braces.
Orthodontics (braces) is the science of correcting a malocclusion (crooked) of teeth in the oral cavity (mouth).
That branch of dentistry concerned with irregularities of teeth and malocclusion, and associated facial abnormalities.
The branch of dentistry concerned with irregularities in jaw bone structure, teeth, and bite.
The specialty of dentistry which deals with irregularities in the alignment of the teeth
the dental specialty that focuses on the development, prevention, and correction of irregularities of the teeth, bite, and jaws.
Orthodontics is a specialty of dentistry that is concerned with the study and treatment of malocclusions (improper bites), which may be a result of tooth irregularity, disproportionate jaw relationships, or both. The word comes from the Greek words ortho meaning straight and odons meaning tooth.