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Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that examines the condition of the closing disorders and the position of the teeth in the jaw, diagnoses these disorders and takes precautions before they occur. Because it is more difficult to clean the perpendicular and poorly positioned teeth, there is a risk of getting gum disease and premature loss of teeth due to tooth decay. In addition, they may cause more pressure on the jaw muscles and may cause disorders in the temporomandibular joint (jaw joint) and thus headache, back and shoulder pain. Perplexed tooth also affects your appearance. With orthodontic treatment, you can have a healthier mouth, a more impressive appearance and teeth that will stay in the mouth for longer.
As in every medical field, the main purpose in orthodontics is to not cause any disorder. All measures taken for this purpose are called preventive orthodontic treatment. Preventive dental caries are the main preventive orthodontic treatments. Milk teeth are very important because they serve as placeholders for the permanent teeth that will follow them. To prevent decay of milk teeth, the teeth must be protected from the beginning.

Stopping orthodontic treatment is a form of treatment for the treatment of problems that, if left untreated, may lead to even greater problems. The aim is to reduce the severity of the orthodontic problem and eliminate the cause. Subsequent treatment shortens the duration of the treatment. Examples of these treatments are; giving up the finger-sucking habit, pulling milk teeth or making adjustments to the size of the milk tooth can be given to save space for permanent teeth. Stopping orthodontic treatment can be done during the milk gear or mixed gear period. However, a patient may need more than single-phase stopping therapy.

All orthodontic disorders and perplexities that occur are the completion of treatment with apparatus or various bracket systems. All orthodontic treatments fall into this classification.

The Teeth of the Twenties are the third molar teeth at the end of both sides of the jaw. As the most recent molars are present, there may not be enough voids in the mouth and the teeth may remain buried beneath the gum or bone. As a result, swelling, pain or oblique teeth may appear in the palate.
In our polyclinic with our expert jaw surgeon, sterile and equipped with the latest system technology in our operating room Twenty Years Teeth extraction service is provided. For further information please contact.