What is Orthodontics? The Effects of Orthodontics
Orthodontics, also known as braces or dental alignment, is a dental intervention method using dental appliances to adjust the positions of misaligned teeth on the dental arch, making the teeth and face more symmetrical.
The purpose of orthodontics is to correct dental imperfections such as protruding teeth, crowded teeth, overlapping teeth, crossbite, underbite, spaced teeth, open bite, reverse bite, etc.
Orthodontics can be performed for both children and adults. It helps improve chewing function, makes the teeth more even and beautiful, and enhances the aesthetic appearance of the mouth.