Tooth Correction

In simple terms, teeth straightening is the alignment and positioning of the teeth in accordance with the oral structure over time due to the bite of the person with force and pressure.

Teeth straightening is a method of improving dental health by correcting open, overbites, deep, underbites, crossbites, gaps and different jaw defects.


It prevents gum diseases that may occur by cleaning between crooked teeth.

It allows you to chew your food thoroughly.

Improves your facial appearance. Makes you look younger.

Improves your gum health.

Tooth correction can be done with clear aligners, aesthetic shaping and braces.

Transparent aligners:

They are transparent aligners specially designed for the patient. Over time, the aligners gradually shift in the direction desired by the dentist. Every 2 weeks, the patient replaces the old transparent aligners with new transparent aligners suitable for the mouth structure under the control of the dentist. After the desired tooth is obtained, the teeth are polished and the process ends.

Aesthetic Shaping:

It is the best option used if there is a deformity in the shape of your teeth rather than crookedness. It is completed after 1 session of examination. Your dentist will correct the shape and size of the offending teeth.


There are metal brackets. Braces are the most popular method. It consists of 4 parts: bracket, bonding material, elastic ligature and archwire.

There are 4 main types of braces. They are metal braces, ceramic braces, Damon braces and lingual braces.

Braces are used to align crooked teeth and fill the space between them. They are usually worn for a period of 24 months.

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