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Interceptive Orthodontics

Interceptive orthodontics is a branch of orthodontics that focuses on the early treatment of dental and skeletal irregularities in children. Also known as Phase I or early orthodontic treatment, it aims to intercept and address potential orthodontic problems before they become more severe and complicated.

Removable Retainers

LRemovable retainers are orthodontic devices that are used after the active phase of orthodontic treatment to maintain the corrected position of the teeth. They are typically made of plastic or acrylic material and are custom-made to fit the individual's mouth.

Fixed Retainers

Fixed retainers, also known as bonded or permanent retainers, are orthodontic appliances that are attached to the teeth to maintain the corrected position after orthodontic treatment. Unlike removable retainers, fixed retainers are not removable by the patient and are typically made of a thin wire that is bonded to the back surfaces of the teeth.

Clear Aligners

Clear aligners are a type of orthodontic treatment that uses a series of custom-made, transparent plastic trays to gradually move the teeth into their desired positions. They are an alternative to traditional braces and are popular among both teenagers and adults due to their esthetic appeal and convenience.

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