What is Orthodontic?
Orthodontics is a field of expertise consisting of diagnosis and treatments to treat the unhealthy alignment of teeth and jaws. The orthodontics branch, which means “smooth teeth” as the root of the word, offers treatments for the crowding in the tooth alignment or the problem of the teeth being too spaced, as well as offering aesthetic-oriented solutions to the structural disorders of the jaw. Orthodontics; we apply orthodontic treatments to eliminate the crowding or the gaping structure of the teeth; We offer solution alternatives to orthodontic problems with transparent bracket, metal bracket and porcelain bracket techniques. Thanks to these techniques, the teeth take their correct positions in the mouth; thus, aesthetic tooth alignment is obtained and functional problems in the jaw structure are eliminated.

What are the Causes of Orthodontic Problems?
Orthodontic problems both negatively affect the general oral aesthetics of individuals and cause disruptions in chewing function. In addition to finding themselves inadequate in terms of aesthetic expectations, individuals will also experience losses in their quality of life due to chewing disorders. There are many factors that trigger orthodontic problems, but the most common factor is the premature loss of milk teeth. In addition, genetic factors also cause orthodontic problems. Milk teeth that are lost without waiting for the permanent teeth to erupt cause the other teeth in the mouth to become crooked. As a result of this crowding, permanent teeth cannot make a healthy release in the mouth and further reinforce the existing crowding. In the same way, permanent teeth that are lost in the future cause the other teeth to slide into the space to be formed. This type of tooth loss is the main cause of orthodontic problems.