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What is Dentofacial Orthopedics?
Dentofacial orthopedics is the process of restoring proportion to the face and jaw by controlling the growth of the patient's bone structure. This procedure frequently starts when the kid is approximately 7 or 8 years old and typically involves a two-phase procedure.
Enfield Royal Saudia offers dentofacial orthopedics treatment and other cosmetic surgeries in KSA.
How does it Work?
How does it
- Caries or mechanical stress-related severe tooth decay that cannot be treated with a filling
- Dental hard tissues affected by disease
- Hard dental tissue necrosis
- Anomalies that alter how the teeth are shaped
- A pathological scratch
- Periodontal disease, periodontitis, and gingivitis; preventive; and, if teeth have already been gone, prosthesis
This procedure is used when a significant portion of the tooth is preserved, but a presentable look or functioning are lost. You may quickly restore aesthetics and functionality by using veneers or inlays. At the same time, wearing the plates won’t cause them to lose color, become scratched, or alter form.
Bridges and crowns can be used with permanent prostheses. With their help, you can repair several missing teeth in a row or prosthetically replace a tooth, restoring both functionality and aesthetics. A non-removable form of prosthetic called a crown is made to replicate the visible part of a tooth. They come in ceramic or metal forms.
Usually, older individuals use them. However, a dentist might suggest using them at any age. After the initial teeth have been extracted, children could require a removable prosthesis. They stand out from other types since they may be used or removed whenever you choose.
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Best candidates are those who want to fix their overbite,underbite or restore the lost teeth.
Yes you'll feel mild pain like any other treatment which can be treated with medication.
No they don't damage teeth but you'll have to take care of your oral hygiene.