Teeth can shift and otherwise misalign at any point of time in life, even if you have healthy teeth. The good news is that we have braces for patients of all ages and not just for kids. Improper bites can adversely affect your self-confidence and health, no matter how old you may be. The sooner you get your braces, the better it will be for you. And if you are worried about discomfort, then you should know that braces have improved over the years, becoming less painful. You can even opt for clear aligners. Visit us for a consultation and we will suggest the right option for you.
The dentists and staff at Harborn Dental work hard to bring healthy and perfect smiles to the residents of Mississauga. We have specialist orthodontics for both children and adults. Our orthodontics are highly skilled in the latest technological advances to give you the best possible orthodontic care in Mississauga. We offer you individualized attention in a warm, comfortable, and caring environment.
We take great pride in providing our patients with the latest personalized treatments to enhance their smiles! We can tailor a treatment plan to fit the needs of every child, teen, and adult by utilizing the latest technologies. We offer you metal braces, ceramic braces and clear aligners to suit your needs.
It’s important to care for your braces constantly to ensure you maintain good oral hygiene and don’t damage the braces.
Some of the steps to care for your braces include:
Oral Hygiene: You must follow a regular oral hygiene routine by washing and flossing your mouth regularly.
Right Nutrition: In general, avoid food items that are too brittle or sugary. Instead, stick to consuming foods that are healthier and softer. This will prevent your braces from breaking or getting otherwise damaged.
Regular Dental Appointments: Make sure you have regular dental appointments so that you can be aware of the condition of your teeth and braces.
After your braces are first placed, you may feel some kind of discomfort in your mouth. You may also feel that your teeth are feeling loose or sensitive. If you do experience any of these suggestions, do not worry about it - it is quite normal and will subside with time. However, if you do feel any pain, we advise you to take an analgesic. If that does not work either, get in touch with us, and we will solve it for you.
Schedule an appointment with us to learn more about how we can provide you with a healthy, beautiful smile. We want you to smile without any restrictions or embarrassment, allow us the privilege to transform your smile.