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Invisible clear aligner (Invisalign) is an alternative to braces. This removable, transparent plastic orthodontic device is designed and customised to perfectly fit your teeth and to unobtrusively adjust and shift misaligned teeth into their ideal position.

Invisible clear aligner radically changes your smile by correcting a number of orthodontic problems like overcrowding, gaps between teeth, overbites, crossbites, deepbites, etc. It uses the 3D smart force to move teeth very quickly into their spatial positions.

Earlier braces were the only treatment option available for aligning teeth. But with introduction of Invisible clear aligner over the past decade, the scenario of braces treatment has changed. It has made the entire process of teeth aligning more convenient and aesthetic. Invisible clear aligner is made up of transparent material which makes it virtually invisible and an ideal choice of treatment for those who want to align their teeth without compromising on aesthetics. It is composed of smart track material which makes it flexible and more comfortable to wear.

Unlike braces which remain attached to teeth with brackets and wires, Invisible clear aligner is removable and can be removed at will. It helps in maintaining a good oral hygiene as it can be removed while eating, brushing and flossing, owing to its removable nature. Other advantages over braces are no food restrictions, no painful ulcers and pain free treatment. If you are frequent traveller or having high job profile, you are a candidate for this. Invisible clear aligner uses smart forces to move teeth very quickly into their spatial positions, thereby reducing the overall treatment duration in comparison to the braces. Moreover, it also cuts down the number of visits to the dentists, as it can be changed every few weeks by the patient himself.

Teeth Care Centre is the pioneer and the highest provider of Invisible clear aligner in Gujarat.

We aim to provide only the best kind of treatment to our patients so that you can get that stunning straight perfected smile as seamlessly as possible!.

Braces Treatment

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Braces are an appliance designed to fix malaligned or crooked teeth by slowly and steadily pulling teeth into the alignment to give straighter and beautiful smiles. They are used to rectify various flaws like crowding, overbites, deepbites, cross bites or any sort of malocclusion.

Before the commencement of the treatment, we do the Cephalometric, Casts and Photographic analysis to give you the best occlusal and aesthetic results. We are the only clinic providing a detailed and thorough discussion of the entire treatment before it begins.

Traditional braces are most commonly used braces which use the metal brackets in conjunction with elastic ties which hold the wire in place. However we do not use these conventional braces as that are older technology and the entire procedure associated with it is cumbersome, painful and demands frequent visits to dentists on regular basis. With the advances in dentistry, there is introduction of more improvised braces called self-ligating braces, which we use in our clinic. They help to align and straighten the teeth without any elastic or metallic ties and are smaller in size. Instead they are designed with frictionless sliding mechanism which holds the wire in place and decrease the friction between brackets and wires, thereby aiding in more quicker and comfortable teeth movement compared to their counterparts. Absence of elastic bands makes cleaning easier and helps in maintaining proper dental hygiene and reduces chances of dental decay up to significant level. Overall self ligating braces are more comfortable and deliver faster treatment compared to the traditional braces. For image conscious patients, Damon ceramic braces often come with an option of clear brackets which merges with the natural tooth colour.

We also provide the option of lingual braces in which the metal brackets and wires are attached to the inner side of the teeth making them virtually invisible. They help in achieving straighter smile without having to compromise on your looks. Despite being aesthetic, lingual braces however are time consuming, may cause difficulties in cleaning, more frequent dental visits required and expensive as compared to self ligating braces.

We use wide variety of wires like Nickel Titanium, Thermal NiTi, Reverse Curve NiTi, Damon Cu NiTi, Stainless Steel, Post Aid, A.J.Wilcock, TMA, CNA Beta3 and tooth coloured wires to give utmost comfort level and maximum treatment outcome to our patients. The high-technology shape-memory wires require less adjustment and ultimately decrease the chairside time.

The latest and the most convenient way of aligning the teeth are the aligners which are alternatives to the traditional braces. Aligners are transparent invisible removable plastic trays. They are fast, painless and no dental visits are required. They can be snapped in and out of the mouth at will, owing to their removable nature and thereby one can maintain hygiene. We use the world’s best brands of aligners like Invisalign to produce excellent results in comparatively lesser span of time.

Teeth Care Centre is known for providing best orthodontic treatment and we use only the best quality and international brands of braces like 3M, American Orthodontics and ORMCO to produce superior results.

We aim to maximize your comfort and and give you the best ever orthodontic experience possible!

Growth Modification Appliances

Enlisted are some of the appliances used in conjunction with the orthodontic treatment in order to achieve a perfect result. These appliances are used additionally since the entire treatment cannot be completed using braces or aligners alone.

Headgear: Headgear is an orthodontic appliance used along with braces in order to correct severe bite problems and guide the growth of the jaw and face. It acts as an anchorage and helps to move teeth into their correct positions. It is used in children, where bones in the jaw are still in the phase of growth.

Chin Cup: It is an extra-oral orthopaedic appliance which is attached to the chin. It forbids the forward and downward growth of the lower jaw.

Palatal Expander: It is an orthodontic device used to widen the upper jaw so that the upper and lower teeth can properly fit in together. Palatal expanders are used to correct cross bites and reduce overcrowding by creating space for all teeth in the upper jaw to erupt correctly in their respective positions.

Nance Appliance: It is used to prevent the rotation of upper molars or to prevent forward drifting of upper molars after extraction of primary teeth or during orthodontic treatment. It consists of two bands cemented on the first molars on both sides, connected by means of a wire which touches the roof of mouth right behind the front teeth. The wire is further covered by an acrylic pad.

Temporary Anchorage Devices: These are very minute screw like implants which provide stable anchorage during orthodontic treatment. They are temporary and are removed once their purpose is served.

Herbst Appliance: It is a non removable appliance used to advance the lower jaw forward and helps in the correction of overbite and overjet. It creates a force which aids in the growth of lower jaw.

Forsus: It consists of a spring coil rod which is attached from the upper first molar to the lower canine. It helps in the advancement of the lower jaw.

Elastic Bands: Elastic bands are used to move upper and lower teeth in accordance with one another in order to achieve a better bite. They are used in correction of overbites, underbites and alignment of jaw.

Twin Block: It is an orthodontic appliance consisting of two posterior bite blocks which work by transmission of occlusal forces for the correction of malocclusion. It is designed for full time wear and helps in the advancement of the lower jaw.

Myobrace: Myobrace is the pre-orthodontic treatment which targets the causes of crooked teeth, without the need for braces or extraction of teeth and thereby stimulating natural growth and development. It involves use of series of removable intra-oral appliances that are worn for 1-2 hours a day and additionally while sleeping. It works by correcting poor oral habits, develops & aligns the jaws, straightens the teeth and optimises facial development.

Bite Plane: It is an orthodontic appliance worn on the occlusal surface of the teeth to prevent their overlapping. It is used in cases of deep bite.

Face Mask: Face mask is an orthodontic appliance used to correct underbite and conditions where the upper jaw is behind the lower jaw. It thereby helps in correcting the skeletal imbalance by aiding the advancement of the upper jaw.

Transpalatal Arch: A transpalatal arch is used to stabilize the location of the upper molars.

Lingual Arch: It is used to connect two molars into the lower jaw. It consists of a wire running on the lingual side of the lower teeth connecting two molars and prevents their forward migration.

Maxillary Expansion Screw: It is a procedure involving expansion of the upper jaw. It involves the separation of mid palatine suture which runs through the centre of the roof of the mouth.

Habit Breaking Appliance: It is removable or fixed appliance used to stop certain repeated harmful habits in children.

Lip Bumper: This appliance is used to curb habit of lip biting. It keeps the lip away from the lower teeth, thereby preventing the child to bite his or her own lip.

Corrective Jaw Surgery

Corrective jaw surgery is also known as orthognathic surgery which is used to correct wide range of skeletal (bone) discrepancies in order to achieve more harmonious bite and facial appearance.

Corrective jaw surgery is indicated when there is difficulty in chewing or biting food, swallowing, chronic jaw pain, facial injury, receded chin, cleft palate, severe open bite, protruded jaw, breathing problem while sleeping or in cases of unbalanced facial appearance. It can dramatically change your life by correcting your functional problem like chewing, sleeping and breathing. It adds a completely new horizon to your life by dramatically enhancing your facial appearance.

Following are some of the types of jaw surgeries:

Maxillary Osteotomy: It is the surgery involving the upper jaw. It is used to correct protruded or receded upper jaw, open bite, cross bites or reduced growth of middle portion of the face.
Mandibular Osteotomy: It is the surgery involving the lower jaw. It is used to correct protruded or receded lower jaw.
Genioplasty: It is the surgery to correct receded or small chin.

We at Teeth Care Centre, prior to diagnosis will take all necessary records to evaluate your case. After that we will discuss the whole treatment planning to make patient understand about the process. We have highly skilled team of orthodontist and oral and maxillofacial surgeon who do computerised cephalometric analysis and perform surgery with utmost precision respectively in order to achieve optimum results. We equally concentrate on aftercare follow-ups of patients.

You can rest assure you will be in excellent hands when you select us for your corrective jaw surgery.