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For Adults

Orthodontic treatment isn’t just for teenagers anymore. Dr. Tsibel has successfully treated patients of all ages, from 6 to 84! Adults, in particular, are increasingly opting for orthodontic treatment to improve their smiles and correct misalignments.

Benefits of Adult Orthodontics:

  • Improved oral health: Crooked teeth and misaligned bites can contribute to gum and bone loss, tooth decay, and abnormal wear. Orthodontic treatment can address these issues, making cleaning and maintaining teeth easier.
  • Pain relief: Headaches and jaw joint (TMJ/TMD) pain can be alleviated through proper teeth and jaw alignment.
  • Enhanced function: Correcting bite problems improves biting, chewing, and speech articulation.
  • Boosted self-esteem: A beautiful smile can greatly improve confidence and self-image.

Adult orthodontic treatment options have evolved to be more convenient and discreet. Some popular options include:

  • Invisalign: Clear aligners that are removable, virtually invisible, and comfortable to wear.
  • Ceramic/tooth-colored braces: Less noticeable than traditional metal braces and resistant to staining.
  • Lingual braces: Placed behind the teeth, making them completely hidden from view. They may initially affect speech and tongue function.

It’s important to note that adults may have unique dental challenges that could impact treatment. Issues like jaw growth limitations or tooth and bone loss may require additional procedures or coordination with other dental specialists.

Before starting orthodontic treatment, any existing dental or periodontal conditions, such as gum disease or tooth decay, may need to be addressed. This ensures the best possible results and minimizes complications.

Dr. Tsibel will assess your specific needs and develop a treatment plan tailored to achieve a beautiful smile at any age.

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