Orthodontic treatment


Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on correcting misaligned teeth and jaws, improving bite, and enhancing the appearance of smiles.
nice woman smile after Orthodontics

What Is Orthodontics?

The specialty of orthodontics in dentistry is the realignment of crooked teeth and jaws. Teeth can be straightened, bites improved, and smiles can look better with braces and other appliances. Both children and adults who want to improve the health, function, and appearance of their teeth may benefit from orthodontic treatment. Depending on the severity of the problem, treatment can take anywhere from a few months to many years. Regular visits to the orthodontist are essential to track progress and make adjustments as necessary. Patients can expect to have straight, healthy, and functional teeth after treatment, which will enhance their overall dental health and increase their confidence. Our clinic in Richmond Hill offers this service with top dentists.

When Do I Need



Orthodontic treatment should be considered when a patient has problems with biting, spacing, or aligning their teeth. It may also be recommended for jaw development problems or temporomandibular joint disorders. Orthodontic treatment is usually recommended for children ages 7–9, but it can also be done in adulthood. The orthodontist will determine the patient’s needs and determine the best course of treatment, which can include braces, clear aligners, or other appliances.

Result Of


Orthodontics is often recommended for people with crooked teeth, bite problems, and jaw problems. The purpose of orthodontic treatment is to improve the appearance and function of a person’s teeth, bite, and jaw. Braces, braces, or other orthodontic devices may be used during treatment. Depending on the specific case, orthodontic treatment may take anywhere from several months to several years to complete. A straight, healthy, and attractive smile, improved bite and jaw function, lower incidence of tooth decay and gum disease, and improved general oral health can all be results of orthodontic treatment. The best option and the expected results of your treatment can be discussed with your orthodontist.