Aqua Dental Clinic

Brace Treatment

Never Hide Your Smile with Brass Treatment in Aqua Clinics

Braces are a type of orthodontic treatment that helps align crooked, protruding or irregular teeth and turn your teeth into a healthy and beautiful smile. Gaps in the teeth can also be closed with braces treatment. Braces treatment or orthodontics; harmony relations of mismatched and crooked teeth; It is a branch of dentistry that diagnoses and controls (trying to prevent and treat this condition). When the problems are detected early, they can be prevented with preventive treatments.


Having straight and aligned teeth, in addition to getting the smile you want, also prevents food particles from getting stuck between the gaps caused by crooked teeth. Brushing and flossing will be much easier and more effective, which will allow you to have healthier teeth and gums for a long time.

After successful treatment with braces, you will have good-looking teeth that make it easy for you to bite, chew and speak. Getting braces at Aqua Clinics is an easy process, you just need to understand the different types of braces available and make your choice.

What Are Braces?

Brackets are wire-based devices that help straighten crooked or misaligned teeth and/or jaws.

Braces also help correct misaligned jaws to reduce overbite or underbite.

When your teeth and/or jaws are straightened, your bite and facial profile can improve.

Treatment usually lasts between 1 and 2 years, the duration may be shorter depending on the complexity.


First Consultation

For most patients, the best time to start braces is after all of the primary teeth have been replaced with permanent teeth. This is usually between the ages of 11 and 14. Contrary to popular opinion, adults can reap the same benefits from braces treatment as teens.

During the initial consultation, our dental specialist/dentist will learn the details of your medical and dental history, discuss your concerns about your teeth and recommend the best form of orthodontic treatment to align them. Clinical records such as x-rays, impressions and photographs of the teeth will be taken to help you plan the correct diagnosis and treatment and type of braces.

Appointment Scheduling

Subsequent appointments include placement and adjustment of braces. Depending on the type of

braces, placement can take between 1 and 3 visits to complete.

Treatment Process

Once the braces are in the mouth, they will be examined and adjusted every 4 to 8 weeks. You should avoid biting large, hard foods (for example, biting an apple) to prevent the braces from coming off.

Initially, there may be some discomfort and a feeling of ‘tightness’. Your teeth hurt because they line up. After a few days, the discomfort will subside.

Sometimes, minor sores can form on the inside of your cheeks or lips from rubbing against the braces. This can be quickly and easily remedied with the application of dental wax.

Post treatment

Treatment with fixed braces usually takes 2 to 3 years, but can sometimes be adjusted for shorter or longer depending on the complexity of the situation. After your braces are removed, your dentist/dentist will provide you with removable or fixed retainers. Holders need to be used throughout your life. They are important because they hold your teeth in their corrected position after the braces are removed

Follow-up and Maintenance

You should see your dentist/dentist approximately 1-3 months after your retainers are fitted. You can then arrange for your visit to coincide with your 6-month routine dental checkup

Self Connecting Brackets

Rather than using wires or elastic bands, the self-tie brackets are designed with a small door to gently hold the archwires. This means the treatment is more comfortable than metal and ceramic braces. It also takes a shorter time frame to complete the entire treatment, a reduction of roughly 4 months on average. The number of appointments to the dentist/dentist is reduced by an average of 4 visits compared to traditional metal or ceramic braces.

Also, it is easier to maintain oral hygiene because self-adhesive brackets do not accumulate as much plaque as rubber modules or wires. Since they do not contain rubber parts, they do not stain easily. They are also strong and rarely break.

Self-ligating braces are aesthetically better than traditional metal braces as they do not need any ligatures, elastic bands, or wires to hold the archwires.

Consult our dental specialist/dentist to find out which orthodontic treatment is best for you and share your concerns (e.g. aesthetics, comfort, budget) with us so we can plan the appropriate treatment.