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Sydney Orthodontics

Where can you find the best orthodontists in Sydney? Where else but here!

Sydney’s best orthodontists found at AU Orthodontists Sydney are on a mission – that is to give you the best orthodontic care for an affordable price.

These two doesn’t quite mix often together. But here at AU Orthodontists Sydney, we offer you our personal guarantee that our orthodontic treatments are 100% effective and long-lasting.

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Sydney Orthodontics

Where can you find the best orthodontists in Sydney? Where else but here!

Sydney’s best orthodontists found at AU Orthodontists Sydney are on a mission – that is to give you the best orthodontic care for an affordable price.

These two doesn’t quite mix often together. But here at AU Orthodontists Sydney, we offer you our personal guarantee that our orthodontic treatments are 100% effective and long-lasting.

What is Orthodontics?

Orthodontics is an area or branch of dentistry that deals with the teeth and jaw alignment and positioning. It is also concerned with dental problems concerning jaw or facial problems brought about by growth abnormalities of the teeth and jaws.  Sydney orthodontists are specialist dentists who have trained for 2-3 more years in correcting teeth misalignment or malocclusion and jaw problems. Find the best orthodontists at AU Orthodontists Sydney.

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What are the characteristics of a model orthodontic treatment?

At AU Orthodontists Sydney, we prioritize customer satisfaction. AU Orthodontists Sydney believes that for an orthodontic treatment to be ideal, it has to have the following characteristics:

  • An effective and hassle-free treatment plan
  • A highly experienced Sydney specialist orthodontist
  • Modern orthodontic techniques and approaches
  • Cost-effective services; and
  • Outstanding customer care

All these essential elements of an ideal Sydney orthodontic treatment you can find at AU Orthodontists Sydney. Contact our Sydney clinic to be in the know of our world-class orthodontic services and promotions.

What are the changes I should anticipate when undergoing any orthodontic procedure?

We, at AU Orthodontists Sydney, know and understand that for most Sydney residents, they are all at ease with what is normal, and changing something makes them a bit uncomfortable or edgy and troubled. Correcting your teeth alignment presents some discomfort as your body starts to adjust to the changes it introduces to your dental cavity, but in time, you will get used to it that you wouldn’t even notice it.

Some patients would complain about changes in taste, speech, comfort, bite, and facial profile. These changes are brought about by the forces presented to the teeth and jaw as well as the dental appliances placed on your teeth. Your orthodontists will instruct you on how to effectively work around these changes so that it will be easier for you to continue on with your treatment and not be hindered by these little details and obstacles.

What are the most common orthodontic problems?

AU Orthodontists Sydney has come across and resolved orthodontic problems that involve not only the teeth but also the gums, jaws, and the muscles surrounding your oral cavity. Below are some of the most common orthodontic problems AU Orthodontists Sydney have treated and encountered.

Bite problems

Underbite:  This is when the lower jaw extends too far out, making the lower front teeth overlap and sit in front of and past the upper front teeth.

Overbite:  The opposite of an underbite, this happens when the upper jaw extends farther forward than the lower jaw, sometimes to the point that the lower teeth reach the roof of the mouth.

Crossbite:  Due to misalignment of the upper and lower jaws, some of the upper teeth fit or bite inside of the lower teeth.

Openbite: This orthodontic problem appears when a person bites and both upper and lower front teeth do not meet or overlap. This could impact a client’s chewing and may present abnormally greater force on the unaffected teeth.

Wide<br /> Teeth Spacing

This happens when a client has missing teeth or the jaws are just too wide and create spaces or gaps between teeth.

Crowding

This orthodontic problem is probably the most common orthodontic problem faced by AU Orthodontists Sydney. This happens when the space for the teeth to grow becomes too insufficient to provide room for normal teeth growth in the gums.  Overlapped and crooked-looking teeth may harbor bacteria over the hard-to-reach edges of the teeth, causing tooth decay and bad breath.

For more details about other orthodontic problems and how to solve and address them, contact AU Orthodontists Sydney now!

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