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What kind of orthodontic appliances are typically used?

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What kind of orthodontic appliances are typically used?

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A. Recent technological advances have boosted orthodontics from an intuitive proposition to a precise, technically sophisticated method of correcting tooth and jaw problems. Most progressive orthodontists now routinely use techniques such as: • Minimetal braces – which are bonded to the front of the teeth. • Clear braces – which eliminate the “tin grin” look. • Removable appliances – which are used for less complicated treatment. • Invisible braces – If you like the results but not the look of wearing braces, here is an answer. Researched and developed by a special national committee that included Dr. Ginsberg, invisible (lingual) braces are attached behind the teeth to straighten your smile in much the same way as conventional braces. Dr. Ginsberg is a leader in the use of these appliances and has successfully treated a large number of patients. • Invisalign – An alternative to braces that is virtually undetectable using a series of clear, customized, removable appliances.

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Recent technological advances have boosted orthodontics from an intuitive proposition to a precise, technically sophisticated method of correcting tooth and jaw problems. Most progressive orthodontists now routinely use techniques such as: • Minimetal braces – which are bonded to the front of the teeth. • Clear braces – which eliminate the “tin grin” look. • Removable appliances – which are used for less complicated treatment. • Invisible braces – If you like the results but not the look of wearing braces, here is an answer. Researched and developed by a special national committee that included Dr. Chevangkul, invisible (lingual) braces are attached behind the teeth to straighten your smile in much the same way as conventional braces. Dr. Chevangkul is a leader in the use of these appliances and has successfully treated a large number of patients. • Invisalign – An alternative to braces that is virtually undetectable using a series of clear, customized, removable appliances.

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