Who they are
Orthodontists are dentists who are registered as orthodontic specialists. To become registered, orthodontists have to complete an undergraduate degree in dentistry before moving on to complete a Masters degree in orthodontics, which is a three year full-time course. By the time …show more content…
Invisalign is a treatment in which clear aligners are custom made for you; these are worn over your teeth. You will need a practitioner trained in Invisalign to administer the treatment. He will be able to offer you the best service as he has a wealth of experience in administering Invisalign to patients.
If Invisalign cannot work for you, then you might consider lingual braces, which are placed behind the teeth and gently apply pressure on the teeth, moving them to the correct position, and no one will ever notice you are on treatment. In case you want faster treatment, then the Acceledent would be perfect for you, as it reduces the time required for treatment by up to half. Acceledent provides greater orthodontic pressure than is typically applied by Invisalign or regular braces.
During your first visit to the orthodontist, a thorough examination of your teeth will be carried out to determine the treatment you require, the length of treatment and the cost. Next, x-rays and photos of your teeth will be taken for further diagnosis. Your treatment plan can then be