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Overview of Orthodontic (Braces) Problems


How Braces Works To Move Teeth ?


How Braces are Applied ?


Getting To Know Parts & Components of Your Braces


Using Elastics (like Rubber Bands) to Correct Bite


How to Clean Your Braces ?


Teeth Eruption Sequence

This movie demonstrates normal eruption of the primary and permanent teeth. The eruption position corresponds to the patient’s age, which is shown along the bar at the bottom. This eruption sequence represents an average patient, an actual patient’s sequence and timing may vary.


Bringing Together Tooth Movement

This movie shows how braces are used to make a tooth move sideways without tipping. The teeth are stabilized with braces and a wire. An elastic is used to apply a constant force on the tooth. The periodontal ligament allows the tooth movement and bone remodeling to occur.


Tooth Tipping Correction Movie

This movie shows how the force of wire memory is used to correct tooth tipping. The wire ‘wants’ to go back to its original shape when deformed. The periodontal ligament allows the bone to remodel, and the tooth to move, without damage to the tissues.


Maxillary Braces Movie

This movie shows how even severely crooked teeth can be re-aligned using braces. The wire ‘wants’ to return to its original shape and in doing so, it moves the teeth into place.


Lower Anterior Tooth Disking Movie

This movie shows how, when there is a loss of space in the front (white) section, we can create space by removing a small amount of tooth material from several teeth. Afterwards, we are able to straighten the teeth without having to move all of the other (blue) teeth.

Crowding Extraction Anteriors Moved Back Movie

This situation demonstrates severe crowding. Two premolars are removed to create space and fixed braces are used to align the teeth into place. Note that in this situation the front teeth are further back at the end of treatment and this needs to be recognized at the beginning of treatment.

Crowding Extraction and Posteriors Forward Movie

In this situation here is severe crowding. The first pre molars are removed to create the space and fixed braces are used to align the teeth into place. Note that in this situation the back teeth have been brought forward to prevent anterior facial collapse.

Frenectomy to Prevent Relapse Movie

Sometimes, the patient has a very robust maxillary frenum. This will prevent the central incisors from coming together normally. This movie demonstrates how we can perform a ‘frenectomy’ to eliminate the frenum from this are to prevent relapse after orthodontic alignment. In some cases, a frenectomy is all that is required, and the teeth fall into proper position after the procedure.

How Braces Work Movie

This ‘memory’ allows the wire to be bent in different directions to allow for the alignment of the teeth. The orthodontic brackets are attached to the wire and follow its ‘memory’.

Thumb Sucking Movie

This movie shows how the habit of thumb sucking in children can cause very severe orthodontic problems. The thumb acts like an appliance that moves the teeth. The front teeth are moved apart and the back teeth overerupt to make the problem even worse.

Thumb Sucking Appliance Movie

This movie shows how we can place a habit-breaking appliance in the mouth to stop thumb sucking. The appliance has a wire in the palatal area which makes thumb sucking impossible. It is uncomfortable and the patient cannot create a seal.

Maxillary Drifting to create space to place an Implant Movie

Loss of teeth has allowed the remaining teeth to drift, creating functional and esthetic problems. Following the orthodontic allignment of the teeth, a single tooth implant is placed restoring function and esthetics.

Canine Erupting on Buccal Movie

This movie shows how, when there is a lack of arch space, the last tooth that erupts into an area will erupt out of place. You will see the maxillary right canine erupting on the buccal. This is a very common occurrence.

Bringing Together Tooth Movement Movie

This movie shows how braces are used to make a tooth move sideways without tipping. The teeth are stabilized with braces and a wire. An elastic is used to apply a constant force on the tooth. The periodontal ligament allows the tooth movement and bone remodeling to occur.

Root Tipping with Implants Movie

Root Tipping with Implants Movie

Palatal Implant for Anchor Movie

This movie shows how we can use an implant, placed in the palate, to anchor the first molars. This way the molars do not move forward and the treatment is much shorter compared with other methods.

Maxillary Molar Intrusion with Implants Movie

This movie demonstrates how we can use the ortho implants to intrude an over erupted molar. This is a typical situation, with a lower molar (opposing tooth) missing for an extended period of time.

Maxillary Centrals Intrusion with Implants Movie

This movie demonstrates how we can use the ‘mini’ implant system to intrude anterior teeth. This can not only correct an overbite, but can actually correct the periodontal condition of recession as well.

Mandibular Molar Uprighting with Implants Movie

This movie demonstrates how we can use ortho implants to upright a mesially drifted mandibular molar.

Class II Malocclusion Dental Skeletal Movies

This movie shows Dental Class II Malocclusion. Here we see the teeth in class II with the top teeth too forward or the bottom teeth too far back. This is a dento-skeletal problem and can be corrected with orthodontics and orthognathic surgery.

Class III Malocclusion Dental and Skeletal Movies

This movie shows Dental Class III Malocclusion. Here we see the teeth in class III with the top teeth too far back or the bottom teeth too far forward. This is a dental problem and can be corrected with orthodontics.

Malocclusion Classifications (3/4 View) Movie

This movie demonstrates the different types of malocclusions. 1) Class I 2) Class III 3) Class II 4) Class II Div II 5) Overbite 6) Open Bite

Root Tipping with Implants Movie

Even though it appears there is space for a dental implant after orthodontic movement, the tipped roots prevent placement of the implant.

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