It is well known that orthodontics involves straightening teeth, either for health or cosmetic benefits. However, it can sometimes be difficult to understand some of the terminology and meaning of different types of orthodontic treatment. While specialist orthodontics is not a treatment of its own, it does require an orthodontist with experience.
Specialist orthodontics covers 'extreme' cases. This means that the orthodontist who provides specialist treatment are at the top of their field, dealing with only the most difficult orthodontic cases.
Adults can have braces to straighten their teeth. While children benefit from treatment faster than adults, the end result is the same regardless: healthy, straight teeth.
Having orthodontic treatment as an adult is not always about vanity. Some people find that they are uncomfortable showing their smile, or that they suffer from other problems due to gaps or crowded teeth. Orthodontic treatment in these cases can help alleviate the problem, and give you a healthy smile.
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