Removable braces for the correct development of small children's teeth
Removable, or, non-fixed braces are a fairly easy way to achieve a symmetrical smile mainly in young children whose teeth are in constant development, which means that it is possible to influence easily the child's inter-jaw relations. Orthodontic treatment with removable braces depends strongly on the child's age and type of teeth, ie. whether he or she has deciduous teeth (primary teeth), mixed (primary and secondary) or secondary only.
An orthodontic specialist has to supervse the treatment in order to check the toothing process regularly. Once the child's secondary teeth have been permanently developed, it is appropriate to begin his or her treatment with fixed braces, which bring much more effective and lifelong results.
3 conditions for effective treatment with removable braces