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4 Benefits of Having Straight Teeth

When it comes to realigning crooked teeth or smiles with gaps, orthodontics is the number one solution. Braces and other orthodontic solutions allow for doctors to correct imperfections in the position of teeth and give patients a straight, healthy, and attractive smile. And while many patients are apprehensive about having to wear orthodontics for some time, there are many unique and discreet options available that make the experience much more simple than it was years ago. After orthodontic treatment, patients often enjoy significant benefits to their daily life, confidence, and routines.     Orthodontic Options to Straighten Your Smile
  • Traditional metal braces
  • ClearCorrect® invisible aligners
  • Clear braces
Top 4 Benefits of Straight Teeth
  • Improved Self-Confidence One of the leading reasons patients choose orthodontics is to improve the look of their smile. For many, crooked and misaligned teeth can have a significant impact on the confidence of a patient. Many people find themselves hiding their smile or covering their mouth when they laugh. After orthodontic treatment, these same patients find the confidence to laugh, speak, and enjoy the company of others without worrying about the look of their smile.
  • Easier to Keep Teeth Clean When your teeth are straight and do not have gaps between them, it makes it easier to keep them clean when brushing and flossing. Crooked teeth often hide bacteria in crevices that are hard to reach with a toothbrush or floss. Gaps provide areas for food to get trapped and cause problems with decay and plaque build up. But after orthodontic care, these problems will likely not be an issue and you will be able to keep your teeth cleaner than ever before.
  • Eat More Foods Good food is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Being able to eat the foods you want without trouble or discomfort is important to many people. When you have aligned teeth, there is no longer a problem with your bite as the teeth can come together properly. This allows many patients to bite into chewy or hard foods easier and chew them without discomfort or jaw pain.
  • Get Out of Pain A common concern for those with severely misaligned teeth is that of a sore jaw or a painful bite. If your teeth are misaligned and do not come together correctly, it can cause your jaw muscle to work harder to correct this alignment problem. This can lead to concerns like TMJ disorder and lockjaw. Once your teeth connect properly after orthodontic care, you will likely experience a much easier and painless use of your mouth—just as it should be!
  Align Your Smile Today Call today to schedule an appointment and get started with orthodontics to restore your smile and quality of life! We invite you to meet our experienced and friendly doctors, Dr. Nabil Fehmi and Dr. Maryam Beyramian, in our offices across Phoenix, AZ!

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