Orthodontics

Orthodontics involves the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of structural problems involving the jaw and malocclusion commonly known as bad bites. Orthodontics problems can affect your dental and general health as well your personal appearance.

What causes crooked teeth?

According to Dr. Sheridan, early primates had wear between their teeth because the natural chewing forces were so powerful then that all the teeth enamel would wear down slightly every month and year. Eventually, all teeth slowly migrated towards the front so by the age of 18 natural wear between teeth had created space for wisdom teeth. That is obviously not the case today.

Thanks to our modern world of refined foods, lack of trace minerals, allergies, bottle feeding, baby pacifiers … teeth are crowded due to smaller arches. Therefore lower front teeth crowding occurs because the lower arch is imprisoned within the upper arch or teeth become crooked after wisdom teeth come in.

Whatever caused your teeth to crowd, it can be fixed!

The answer lies in high speed, high tech. braces, offered by Dr. Rezania at Arya Clinic Dentaire. This high speed, high tech. braces are based on a revolutionary technique know as ARS (Air Rotor Stripping). This cutting edge procedure, developed by American dentist and anthropology buff Dr. Jack Sheridan, involves polishing and/or stripping between teeth to gain space and to avoid having to remove teeth in order to put braces on.

According to Dr. Larry White, editor of Journal of Clinical Orthodontics, "The most innovated technique developed to promote non-extraction therapy may be the ARS method championed by Dr. Sheridan." Four to six month treatment periods are not unusual that it has great appeal for adults who might back at 2 year therapy.

Orthodontic treatment can be beneficial at any ages and approximately 40% of today orthodontic patient are adults. You are never too old to improve your smile. If you have crooked teeth or you don't like your smile, come in for a free consultation appointment to see what treatment options are possible.