Before beginning to an orthodontic treatment

Before beginning to an orthodontic treatment

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Orthodontic treatment is a special treatment method which is very different than other dental treatments. In order to get wanted results from this treatment, first of all making a right treatment plan and following this plan properly in an adequate frequency is important. Due to this special condition of orthodontic treatments, it must be applied by an expert orthodontist. Orthodontics expertise is earned by doctorate programs of universities which may take 5-6 years after 5 years of dentistry education. At the end of this long process, doctor earns title of orthodontist and a diploma for doctorate.

It should be cared that doctor should be within your reach while selecting an orthodontist. In case of lack of communication between doctor and patient, orthodontic treatment may have interruptions, leading to prolonged treatment. These 4-5 years of treatment durations which we hear around result from this lack of communication. Your doctor should be reachable via e-mail, phone etc. and appointment requests must be answered within few days.

Before beginning to an orthodontic treatment, your orthodontist will inform you about general plan and costs of your treatment. Before insertion of dental braces, completion of oral care, treatment of all problems such as fillings, gum diseases impacted teeth must be done. Your orthodontist will plan your treatment and apply it along with your general dentist and other specialists.

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