Care beyond braces

Don't eat hard
sticky sugary foods

Don't bite finger nails
or chew pen

Move the poking wire with
the eraser end of a pencil.

Apply orthodontic wax
for loose brackets

Wear mouthguard while
playing sports with braces

Maintain your

Starting Orthodontic treatment

Common Problems with Orthodontia.

Orthodontia is an important aspect in modern dentistry. Fixed orthodontic treatments have become incredibly popular amongst other dental techniques since a few decades. Though fixed orthodontic appliances are inserted, they create stagnation areas for plaque and make tooth cleaning more difficult.

Irregularities on the surfaces of wires, brackets, bands and other fixed orthodontic appliance may impact oral hygiene of orthodontic patients. As a result, it may predispose the enamel surfaces – the area between the gingival margin and the bracket. This will lead to increased accumulation of bacterial plaque causing both hard and soft tissue related problems.

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White spot lesions

White spots that develop on tooth enamel are usually an indication of tooth decay formation.

Periodontal problems

It is an inflammatory disease that affects the soft and hard structures that support the teeth.

Alvelor bone loss

It is a hallmark of periodontitis progression and its prevention is a key clinical challenge in periodontal disease treatment.


Inflammation of the gums.


Decay and crumbling of a tooth or bone.

Plaque accumulation

Dental plaque is a biofilm that attaches to tooth surfaces, restorations and prosthetic appliances (including dentures and bridges) if left undisturbed.

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Stronger teeth

No caries

No white spot lesions

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