Orthodontist – Dr. Darvishpour

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General dentists have not completed a three-year academic specialty program in orthodontics in a credible university and as a result they have not acquired the sufficient skill and knowledge to practice orthodontics. Therefore, orthodontic treatment done by non-specialists can have irreparable consequences for patients.

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If oral hygiene is maintained regularly during the orthodontic treatment according to the orthodontist’s advice and given instructions, there won’t be any tooth decay. As patients may know, since the backside of the braces and rubber bands are suitable places for microbial growth, maintaining oral hygiene during orthodontics is of significant importance, so it is essential to clean the teeth with toothbrush and dental floss, as you were taught, after each meal. Though, it is possible the teeth seem duller during fixed orthodontics. That’s because the orthodontic braces and wires on the teeth prevent the toothbrush being brushed on their surface. However, this will be resolved by polishing when treatment is completed.

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Very little. The first few days of orthodontics and in appointments where new adjustments are made, the patients may experience some pain, but the pain disappears on its own. The pain from orthodontics is very insignificant compared to the pain from tooth extraction, root canal, etc. In case of any pain, the patient can also use mild painkillers the first few days.

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Orthodontics can also be done in adulthood and at an older age. At an older age, orthodontics is mostly done to correct misaligned teeth and dental irregularities and to have a more beautiful smile. In fact, orthodontics is possible as long as gums are healthy and there are teeth. To be assured of the health of the gums, brush a soft toothbrush on them. If there was bleeding, the gums should be treated first and then proceed with orthodontics.

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Hello and good cross in the morning.What is the cost of orthodontic treatment for upper jaw?
Answer :
Greetings and Regards.The cost of orthodontic tooth and jaw abnormalities according to the different.Please visit for free, please attend

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Early orthodontic treatment is not necessary for all children; some orthodontic treatment can more easily treat in the teen years when all permanent teeth are come out. The doctor can decide whether early treatment is necessary for your child or not.

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One of the advertisements lately seen in social media and other places is straightening the teeth without orthodontics, referred to as one-day orthodontics, orthodontics with laser, fast orthodontics, etc. In these methods, in fact, there is no movement of the teeth and just the extruded and crooked parts are pared down along with the enamel. The recessed parts are filled with laminate and composite. As patients may already know, although these methods are cheaper and faster than orthodontics, they won’t have the durability and permanent effectiveness of orthodontics. In these methods, the teeth will decay in the pared areas and after a while the composites will change color and need further repair. Therefore, it is advised to be patient and with the increased awareness and understanding of the importance of healthy teeth, don’t make a mistake in choosing the wrong options with irreparable consequences

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The type of abnormality, patient’s age, the kind of problem, etc. are all the issues involved in choosing an orthodontic approach. Therefore, no specific method can be used just because of the patient’s wish and insistence. Removable braces are usually used at earlier ages (12 to 14) and are mostly used to fix the jaw. Therefore, because the jaw won’t grow anymore after this age,, removable braces won’t have any significant effect. At an older age, fixed braces are used and surgery should be considered to fix the jaws.

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My teeth don’t have any apparent problems, but they are not normally visible. I want them to be slightly visible. Can orthodontics help?
Answer :
Yes, your problem can be solved with orthodontics.

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Hi. I have an important question. I have fixed braces and while I spend about 2 hours each day brushing my teeth with both common and inter-dental toothbrushes and using dental floss and mouthwash, still there are brown spots on the teeth around the braces. Also, I brush my teeth regularly with the proper and accurate technique. Can you please help me and tell me what to do? Thanks.
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Greetings. You don’t need to worry at all. Because of the braces, the brush does not completely place on the teeth, so the small bits of the food deposits on the surface of the teeth, especially around the braces, which will be completely cleaned after orthodontics by polishing. For further study, please refer to the following article: “Oral Hygiene in Orthodontics”.

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