What is the difference between dental appliances that stick to the outer face and those that stick to the inside of the teeth?
When it comes to orthodontic treatments, the dental appliance is the “weapon” of any orthodontist. It is the dental device that helps align the harmonious and functional teeth and obtain a healthy and healthy bite. There are extremely many dental devices on the market, some less visible, others on the contrary. However, what is the difference between dental appliances that stick to the outer face and those that stick to the inside of the teeth?
The dental device is recommended for all age groups and is the choice of the patient what kind of device he or she wants to wear. “Teeth can be moved and aligned at any age,” explains the orthodontists.
In the case of adults, the fixed device, the one that sticks to the teeth, has two large groups, some visible and some invisible. The visible ones stick to the outer face of the teeth and can be metallic or physiognomic, ceramic or sapphire.
The invisible ones are stuck on the inside of the teeth, they can even be gold. Like the Incognito device, which personalizes for each patient. Or, like the Invisalign, which is a succession of transparent guitars every two weeks. The number of needles required for a treatment depends on the severity of the abnormality.
Does orthodontic treatment hurt?
Installing your dental appliance is a painless procedure. It takes about an hour for each arcade. However, the dental patient may experience local discomfort for several days due to the springs.
There is pain immediately after the appliance is collapsed or after activation sessions, it may vary from person to person. It can be a little embarrassment or more intense pain.
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