Orthodontic Specialists In Panama

Orthodontic Specialists In Panama

At your consultation
Our adult orthodontic consultations enable you to see to one of our experienced team members. We will carefully assess your teeth and advise on the best course of treatment for your individual case.

About adult orthodontics
Adult orthodontics can be used to correct a wide range of dental problems, including crooked or crowded teeth, overbites, underbites, crossbites, and gaps between teeth. There are several different types of orthodontic treatment available for adults, including traditional braces, clear aligners, lingual braces, and ceramic braces.

In addition to improving the appearance of the teeth and smile, adult orthodontic treatment can also have functional benefits, such as improving the bite and reducing the risk of gum disease and tooth decay. It is important to consult with an orthodontist to determine if adult orthodontic treatment is appropriate for your specific dental needs.

Orthodontic Specialists In Panama

Why choose us?
At DentalOne, we care about your smile and your oral health. Our Orthodontic Specialists In Panama provide tailored treatments for teenagers and adults to address your individual needs using the latest procedures and technologies.

Over 30 years experience
Our specialist orthodontists have more than 3 decades of experience helping people to improve their smiles and correct a wide range of orthodontic problems. We’re committed to continually updating our knowledge and technologies.

Personalised treatments
Orthodontics is more than braces. If you prefer a more discreet alternative to traditional braces to suit your lifestyle, we can assess your suitability for Invisalign®, incognito braces and more options that will be less visible on your teeth.

What’s the difference between an orthodontist and a dentist?
Orthodontists specialise in preventing, diagnosing and treating problems related to the alignment of teeth and jaws. While some dentists train to provide orthodontic treatments, they will refer you to an orthodontist if you have a more complex orthodontic issue that requires specialist knowledge.

Both dentists and orthodontists complete a dental degree at university, but a registered orthodontist has completed a further 3 years of full-time training to become an expert in their field. This equips them with the knowledge and experience needed to accurately assess patients’ needs and to develop and supervise their personal treatment plan.

Dentists and orthodontists work together to help you maintain good oral health and lower your risk of tooth decay, gum disease and other dental disease. It’s important to keep up with your regular dental check-ups while you’re having orthodontic treatment, as dental problems can extend the treatment time or affect your outcome.

How much does orthodontics cost?
The cost of braces and other orthodontic treatments is different for everyone, as it depends on the type of treatment you choose, how much straightening or correction is needed and other factors. We’ll give you a quote for different treatment options after we complete your orthodontic assessment.

Types of Braces & Aligners
Metal Braces
Metal braces are what many people picture when thinking of braces. However, over the years they have become smaller and more comfortable to wear. Metal braces straighten your teeth using stainless steel bands, wires, and brackets. With metal braces, you are able to choose a color (or two!) for your braces bands at each appointment, making them a kid favorite!

Clear Braces
Clear braces are very similar to metal braces in the sense that they use similar materials to straighten the teeth. The main difference is that clear braces use ceramic brackets and clear braces bands to match your natural teeth. As a result, clear braces are less noticeable than traditional metal braces and a great option for those who would like a more discrete look but aren’t a candidate for clear aligners.

Clear Aligners
Clear aligners have some similarities to braces, but they are well known for their differences. Clear aligners are a series of plastic aligner trays that gently reposition your teeth into the desired position over time. Because they are made of clear plastic, it makes them the a popular cosmetic option for straightening your teeth. They are also removable which eliminates any food restrictions that you would have with traditional braces. Since they are removable, it is easier to keep your teeth clean too. Our clinic is proud to use Invisalign.

Ready to improve your smile this 2024? Request an appointment now with our Orthodontic Specialists in Panama.

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