If you have issues related to crooked teeth, a misaligned bite, jaw pain, or airway abnormalities, rely on Constant and Contro Orthodontics in Cupertino and Palo Alto, California. The expert orthodontists can fit you for orthodontic appliances to help your bite, perfect tooth placement, improve breathing, or reduce pain. Call the office to schedule a consultation or book one online today.
Orthodontic appliances are devices you wear in your mouth, often over your teeth, to reduce unpleasant symptoms and the risk of complications. The experts at Constant and Contro Orthodontics offer a variety of oral devices to match your needs, preferences, and lifestyle.
Some of the many benefits you might notice by choosing orthodontic appliances at Constant and Contro Orthodontics include:
Wearing an orthodontic appliance can prevent future oral health complications, saving you time and money in the long run.
To determine if you’re a candidate for an orthodontic appliance, the Constant and Contro Orthodontics experts discuss your oral health history, review symptoms, and examine your teeth, gums, mouth, bite, and jaw.
They take dental X-rays and discuss your desired outcome before personalizing an orthodontic treatment that matches your needs.
You could wear an orthodontic appliance to help you sleep better at night and reduce teeth grinding, jaw clenching, jaw pain, and breathing abnormalities. Wearing an oral appliance can keep your teeth in their ideal alignment after undergoing treatment with Invisalign® or braces.
When getting fitted for an orthodontic appliance, your Constant and Contro Orthodontics provider digitally scans your mouth or takes a mold of it. After a dental lab creates a custom-fitted oral appliance, you can begin wearing it as directed by your specialist.
You might wear it most of the day and night (except when you eat meals or brush your teeth), during certain times of the day, or at night only.
The amount of time you should wear an orthodontic appliance depends on the type of appliance you need. You might wear it for a few months, a year, or indefinitely in some cases. Follow your orthodontist's instructions to ensure the best results with a low risk of complications.
To find out if you’re a candidate for orthodontic appliances, call the Constant and Contro Orthodontics office or schedule an appointment online today.