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“Nothing you wear is as important as your smile “. Around 45% of adults are unhappy with their smiles. Do you need a smile makeover? Are you one among the many adults who raise more than cosmetic concerns? Are you worried about not being able to chew or swallow properly due to biting problems? Do your crowded teeth make it difficult to clean causing tooth decay and gum disease? Do you have difficulty pronouncing certain sounds due to the poor alignment of your teeth? Are you suffering from tense facial muscles and pain? Do you have pain in your jaw joint? Were you unsatisfied with your previous orthodontic treatment?

Is it possible to address the above concerns during adulthood?

The short answer is YES!!

Although orthodontic treatment is most effective during childhood, adults can come away with excellent results as well. With the right advice from an experienced best orthodontist in Dubai, you can have that perfect smile. You are never too old to get orthodontic treatment in Dubai done. Having said so, there are a few things you should be aware of

The treatment may require multispecialty interventions.

Your bones have stopped growing, which means some structural changes may require surgery.

You may need to see your gum specialist to rule out any complications like bone loss resulting from gum disease

Your general oral health should be satisfactory and you must maintain good oral hygiene.

The time required for treatment completion may take longer than in children, although the time varies from person to person.

Dental Braces For Adults

Tooth migration to the desired position is accomplished by applying an appropriate amount of pressure with the help of orthodontic devices. When teeth are put under gentle pressure, the adjacent bone on one side of the root starts to dissolve facilitating teeth movement to that side. Bone is further deposited at the space vacated on the opposite side of the root. The teeth then settle in the new position.

Unduly orthodontic forces can bring about significant damage to the teeth and supporting structures.