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Orthodontics is a special branch of dentistry that deals with the prevention and correction of structural disorders in the jaw and teeth. Treatments are made with specially designed brackets for the elimination of structural defects. Orthodontic treatment aims to position the teeth in a more functional and aesthetic way by properly aligning and correcting the teeth. The course of treatment is 1 to 3 years on average. Orthodontic treatment can be applied in adults, although it is more effective and faster in children. Dentists specialized in orthodontics apply this treatment. In our clinic, our specialist and experienced orthodontist applies all kinds of orthodontic treatments using the latest technology.


Main Causes of Disorders that Require Orthodontic Treatment


Genetic heredity: Genetic inheritance is the main cause of orthodontic disorders. Disorders related to the jaw and tooth structure can also be seen in children if they exist in the family. The main hereditary orthodontic disorder are;


  • Perplexed teeth,

  • Irregularly placed teeth,

  • To have more or fewer teeth.



External Factors: Even if the family does not have orthodontic disorders, some external factors may cause irregularities in the jaw and tooth structure. These are;


  • Finger sucking,

  • Gum disease or tooth decay,

  • Impacts and accidents,

  • Early loss of milk teeth,

Benefits of Having Orthodontic Treatment

To be treated by an experienced and expert orthodontist provides great comfort and benefit. These are;

  • A more attractive smile and new self-confidence,

  • Reducing the risk of tooth decay and gum diseases, as the recesses will decrease with the regular teeth,

  • Reduced risk of accidental injury from extremely protruding teeth, if any,

  • Improving the ability to bite with a uniform pressure distribution to the jaws and comfortable eating,

  • Convenience in future dental treatment if needed.

Frequently Asked Questions About Orthodontics


Question: Am I too old for orthodontic treatment?

Answer: With the developing technology, orthodontic treatment methods have changed and improved. No one who wants to have this treatment is very old.


Question: I think my child should receive orthodontic treatment. What is the optimal age range for this? Answer: Immediately after the problem is recognized, it is useful to have an orthodontist examined and advise you on the optimal treatment age for your child.


Question: What is the treatment process? What do we experience when we first come for an examination? Answer: If the appointment status of the orthodontist is available when you first come to the clinic, a detailed examination will be performed at that time, if not, you will be given an appointment. After the examination, the treatment program, cost and payment plan are issued for you. If you give your consent, treatment will begin within the program.

Orthodontic Treatments

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