The Benefits of Orthodontic Treatment at Tasios Orthodontics

The Benefits of Orthodontic Treatment

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Orthodontic treatment is a great way to straighten teeth and improve the health of your mouth. Orthodontic treatment is so effective that it has been shown to prevent tooth decay and gum disease too. This article will go into the details of how orthodontic treatment can benefit you personally!

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Correcting tooth and jaw alignment

Orthodontic treatment can improve the alignment of your teeth and jaw, which will help you achieve a beautiful smile. This can also improve your bite, jaw alignment, and facial appearance.

Orthodontic treatment can also help improve self-esteem and confidence in many patients. Correcting crooked teeth may be uncomfortable for some people because they are embarrassed about how their smile looks. They may feel self-conscious about talking with others in social situations or at work.

Orthodontic treatment can help prevent future orthodontic problems such as misalignment of permanent teeth as well as wear on the dental restorations from grinding habits, which is called bruxism.

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Problems with Wisdom Teeth

Your orthodontist can create extra room for crowded teeth by moving them into a better position. Orthodontic treatment is often the best choice to correct crowded teeth because it can help you avoid needing braces for longer.

If you have problems with gagging and swallowing, an oral appliance may be used as part of your treatment plan to help reduce the symptoms of bruxism or gum chewing.

An oral appliance is made up of plastic brackets and wires that work together to hold your jaw in place while you sleep at night. By holding your jaw in place, excessive muscle tension is reduced so that normal muscle function can return during sleep without causing pain or discomfort when you wake up in the morning.

Trying to keep them clean becomes more cumbersome if the patient has a smaller mouth. That typically leads to future dental problems.

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Reducing the likelihood of tooth decay and gum disease

Braces can help reduce the risk of tooth decay. One reason for this is that those with braces are less likely to develop plaque, which is a major cause of tooth decay.

Plaque is a sticky layer of bacteria that builds up over time on the surface of your teeth. Brushing and flossing regularly can help prevent plaque buildup, but it’s not always possible to remove all traces.

The brackets used in orthodontic treatment stick out from your teeth so they’re easy to clean off with regular brushing or flossing. You will also want to use prescribed oral hygiene products such as mouthwash or toothpaste made specifically for people who wear braces.

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Orthodontic treatment can improve oral hygiene by reducing plaque build-up, and working with other existing oral health habits such as brushing and flossing.

This happens for several reasons. One is that those who wear dental appliances are more likely to take more time to clean their teeth and around their dental fixtures. The second reason is the treatments move crowded teeth so you can more easily floss and brush between them.

Plaque buildup on teeth is caused by bacteria in the mouth that stick to the teeth. These bacteria create acids that break down your tooth enamel, resulting in tooth decay or gum disease if left untreated.

Brushing and flossing are important steps toward removing this plaque before it causes any damage—but orthodontic treatment can also help!

As your teeth move into their new positions, they will be more evenly spaced out so there is less space between them for food particles or bacteria to get stuck on. Additionally, braces work to remove plaque from areas where it would normally be difficult for you or your dentist to reach deep between adjacent teeth.

Orthodontic treatment can encourage you to continue good oral hygiene habits after treatment has ended because of improved access to hard-to-reach areas of your mouth!




Having straight teeth is great!

Everyone loves to have straight teeth because they make your smile more attractive. Yet, there other reasons why straight teeth are a better option.

Straight teeth are easier to keep clean and maintain, making orthodontic treatment a great investment in your oral health.

Straight teeth are also more attractive than crooked or crowded teeth. They have the power to boost your self-confidence, and you’ll feel more confident about smiling in public and showing off your enhanced smile.

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Straight teeth can help you chew better, speak more clearly, and may even lead to better sleeping habits!

Your mouth will be healthier when you have straight teeth because there is fewer bacteria build-up in hard-to-reach places between your gums and the inside of your mouth. This leads to less plaque buildup which means less chance of developing cavities or gum disease.


Orthodontic treatment is a great way to correct your teeth and improve your oral hygiene. If you are suffering from tooth decay or gum disease, it can also help with those issues. The best part? It doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg!