Skip to content

What can be done to correct misaligned teeth?

Misaligned teeth can lead to complications in a person’s oral health. Fortunately, there are several treatments available to correct this problem.

Wondering how to correct misaligned teeth? The team at Clinique Dentaire 1935 explains the various possible treatments in this article.

Orthodontic appliances for correcting misaligned teeth

When you want to correct the alignment of your teeth, several orthodontic treatments are available at your dental clinic. You can correct the position of your teeth by having braces placed on the surface of your teeth or, for more discretion, by having braces placed on the back of the inner surface of your teeth.

For several years now, another dental alignment technology has been gaining in popularity. It is called CEREC dental restoration.

With this process, a ceramic block is precisely cut with a diamond to create a custom-made appliance. CEREC restorations perfectly mimic the natural structure and color of your teeth.

Tooth extraction: a solution for misaligned teeth?

In addition to orthodontic treatment, misaligned teeth can also be corrected by performing a tooth extraction. The removal of one or more teeth will free up space in the mouth and allow the teeth to be aligned.

This procedure, whether simple or surgical, requires good planning. Before proceeding, your dentist will carefully examine your condition so that appropriate care can be provided.

Clinique Dentaire 1935 to the rescue of misaligned teeth

In short, misaligned teeth can be corrected with various orthodontic treatments such as Invisalign technology. In addition, tooth extraction can, in some cases, help create more space to correct misaligned teeth.

If you wish to correct your tooth alignment, we invite you to make an appointment with us. Our dedicated team is always ready to welcome you and provide you with quality dental care.

 

Recommended Posts

How to Relieve Pain Caused by Growing Wisdom Teeth

Nature has endowed humans with wisdom teeth despite the fact that many of our mouths lack the space for them to develop properly. Wisdom teeth,
Read more

Why Use an Occlusal Splint to Protect Your Teeth?

An occlusal splint, or night guard, is a temporary dental appliance that helps distribute bite force evenly across the chewing surface. It is used to
Read more

What to Eat After Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth removal is a procedure that can make a major difference for a patient’s oral health. However, it can be an uncomfortable experience, particularly
Read more