What is the principle of orthodontics?The principle of orthodontics is to use orthodontic appliances, through external traction, to pressurize the periodontal ligament, to change the direction of blood flow, and at the same time affect the growth direction of periodontal and bone tissues. Use the process of changing bones and periodontal ligaments to gradually guide and push the teeth to move to the designated position, so as to achieve the effect of "neat and beautiful" teeth. It can also help you because of the advantages of smaller gaps between the teeth and shifting the occlusal position. Cleans the mouth more completely and reduces the risk of tartar and periodontal disease.

first consultation
Make an appointment for an orthodontic consultation, conduct a first visit, and let the orthodontist check the condition of the teeth first, understand the patient's complaints and needs; then take pictures of the inside and outside of the mouth, take full-mouth X-rays, print tooth models or oral scans.
Physicians use this information to make a diagnosis and develop an appropriate treatment plan.
Next, the physician explains the diagnosis to the orthopedic patient and develops a treatment plan based on the patient's needs.
After completing the entire course of orthodontic treatment, you need to wear a retainer to prevent the teeth from returning to the position before the orthodontic treatment.