The dental department of Al Shourouk Polyclinic is a comprehensive, specialized center for state-of-the-art dentistry that can handle all of your needs under one roof. The department has a solid group of specialists who provide a range of services.
Our specialists have years of experience and knowledge in comprehensive dental care. This includes preventative care, cosmetic dentistry, restorative dentistry, and implants.
Our team is made up of kind and extremely qualified professionals dedicated to giving each customer the right dental care possible. From diagnosis and treatment planning to follow-up care and rehabilitation, our experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeons are dedicated to offering the greatest standard of patient care at all times. Our surgeons have advanced training in a range of surgical specialties, including TMJ issues, wisdom tooth removal, corrective jaw surgery, dental implants, and more.
Maintaining good oral health can improve your overall well-being. With state-of-the-art technology, you can say goodbye to all the uneasy feelings that come with visiting the dentist and say hello to a pleasant, quiet, and nearly noiseless dental treatment.
1. Metal and clear braces
This is an effective treatment option for patients who are dealing with orthodontic problems such as crooked teeth, crowded teeth, misaligned teeth, spaces between teeth, and problems when you bite.
We can recreate a beautiful, healthy-looking smile thanks to our dentistry experts with which your confidence will increase and let you grin with pride.
Braces are the right option if you want a permanent solution for that pearly white smile. The length of treatment, however, is determined by the complexity of the case.You can choose between metal braces and clear braces. While Metal braces cannot be removed once fixed for a specific period of time, clear braces are easy to remove, rinse and place again. Simple cases can be finished in as little as three months, while more complicated cases typically take between ten and twelve months.
2. Aligning jaws using functional & orthopedic appliance
Functional jaw orthopedics is a type of treatment that realigns the jaws and teeth using devices, commonly known as splints or retainers. You can fix an overbite, underbite, open bite, or crossbite with this procedure. Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) abnormalities can also be improved through functional jaw orthopedics.
A functional appliance is basically a removable brace that straightens both the upper and lower teeth at once is referred to as a functional appliance. The doctor will inform you of the recommended number of hours per day for wearing the brace. It's crucial that you adhere to these guidelines for the treatment to be effective. Within a few days, you will notice an improvement in your teeth's position.
1. Metal and Clear (Ceramic) braces
Ceramic braces, often known as transparent braces, are available in both clear shades and in the color of your teeth. They are therefore more discrete and unnoticeable than metal braces. To further hide the visibility of ceramic braces, you can also color the connecting wire. Ceramic braces are a fantastic solution for the treatment of all orthodontic problems.
Similar techniques are used by metal and ceramic braces to achieve straight teeth and a radiant smile. The material the brackets are made of makes the biggest difference.
Metal braces brackets are made using surgical-grade stainless steel while ceramic braces use polycrystalline alumina.Ceramic brackets are preferable due to their unobtrusive appearance because stainless steel is particularly obvious when contrasted with your teeth's natural whiteness. Moreover, ceramic brackets are transparent. However, they both move the teeth in a specific direction using rubber bands.
Consult your orthodontist if you're having trouble selecting which one is good for you. They can assist in creating the treatment strategies with many possibilities. The key is to get a gorgeous smile.
2. Damon (Self-ligating) Braces – Quicker/Faster orthodontic treatment
Damon system braces are called self-ligating braces. At Al Shourouk, we offer both Damon metal braces and Damon transparent braces. Brackets and wires are used in all types of braces to move the teeth into position. Self-ligating braces, on the other hand, use slides, doors, or clips to attach the archwires to the brackets. The slide mechanism used by the Damon system is patented.
As there is less friction between the wires, they move freely. Contrarily, traditional braces employ metal wires or elastic ties called ligatures to hold the archwires in place, which increases friction.
The self-ligating brackets and lightweight, contour archwires are both used in Damon system braces. The advanced wires efficiently move the teeth into position by applying a small amount of force.
All braces, whether traditional or self-ligating, function by applying force, which promotes bone remodeling. The bone and tissues supporting the teeth crumble in reaction to the strain that allows the teeth to move. Over time, fresh bone grows all around the teeth, anchoring them into place. The archwires for the braces are then bent and put into the brackets. The wires exert pressure on the teeth while also serving as a track to lead them in the right direction as they revert to their previous shape. With Damon braces, the wires are free to move around inside the brackets and are not dependent on the elastics' force to do so.
3. Invisalign (Clear Aligners)
Are you thinking about getting Invisalign braces? With the use of Invisalign, teeth can be straightened without the usage of traditional metal braces. Orthodontics has undergone a rapid transformation thanks to Invisalign. Users now have an alternati ve to obtrusive metal braces. According to the Indian Dental Association, Invisalign involves wearing a series of clear plastic aligners that are made to order to help move your teeth into the right position.. Patients are now trying Invisalign who woul d never have thought of wearing braces in the past. They are manufactured specifically for each patient. First, the dentist models the patient's teeth and jaw in three dimensions. then a plan is devised for the therapy. A number of aligners are made in sta ges. Each orthodontic aligner incorporates the forces necessary to move teeth to their proper positions. Wear each aligner for one to two weeks.
4. Advanced Orthodontic treatment using micro implants and plates
During orthodontic treatment, tiny titanium attachments called micro-implants or micro-screws are temporarily implanted in the gum. Despite their small size, they assist specialists in performing many dental procedures. The micro-implants are inserted using a relatively straightforward process. The patient is given local anesthesia by the dentist to make sure they don't feel any discomfort, and within a few minutes, the screw is in place. The patient won't experience any pain during the procedure, The dental plate is a type of denture used to fill in tooth gaps. This is to help you chew properly and talk effectively if your teeth are missing. Missing teeth can also make you feel less confident about your smile.
The location of your tooth loss will determine the type of dental appliance or therapy that will work good for you. At Al Shourouk Polyclinic, the dental team will discussyour alternatives with you and provide you with personalized dental plates or micro implants based on your teeth structure.
At Al Shourouk Polyclinic, we put people before money. We believe that people need the right kind of motivation and care to boost their healing process. Keeping that in mind, we provide a backbone of support and positivity in the conventional hospit al setting.We provide the expert orthodontist in Ajman. It’s this positive attitude towards people that make us the trusted orthodontist in Sharjah and the Northern Emirates.
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