LINGUAL ORTHODONTIC SYSTEM (invisible bracket)
A minimalist system of invisible lingual brackets, that is attached to the back side of the tooth. Brackets are very small and actually has a tube-shaped design (not actually a bracket), meaning it has minimal friction when moving teeth and does not require the use of ligatures.
The conventional bracket system that is still the standard for tooth arrangement. Its power to move teeth is still satifactory, but the only downside is that it is made from metal, and not so good looking esthetically.
Tooth-colored bracket has increasingly been demanded by patients for better esthetics. Thus, ceramic brackets has been becoming the preferred appliance of choice for patients.
Being made from sapphire crystal, these brackets are crystal clear and made for maximum esthetics and patient comfort. The brackets are not only very strong and fracture resistant, but also great at doing its job.
Orthodontics for young patients where malocclusion can be treated at an earlier age to prevent it from becoming worse, and also simpler treatment as young patients still can grow. Interceptive orthodontics includes bad habit management, dental and facial growth modifications and mild corrective treatments to help guide the teeth to its natural position.