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Dental Braces: Your Path to a Perfect Smile

Do you feel self-conscious about your crooked or misaligned teeth? Don’t worry – dental braces can help you achieve a perfect smile! Whether your teeth are crowded, protruding, or unevenly spaced, our expert orthodontists can provide the care you need. These issues can be caused by various factors, such as heredity, bad habits, accidents, or premature tooth loss.

Our orthodontic treatments are designed to do more than just improve your teeth’ alignment. At Micris Dental Clinic, our professionals will evaluate your case and guide you through a recommended treatment plan that suits your unique needs. We offer a wide variety of custom-made braces and aligners, so you can choose the option that best fits your style.

With the help of our specialist orthodontists, you can regain your confidence and smile better than ever before. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a healthier, more beautiful smile. Don’t let crooked teeth hold you back – let us help you achieve the perfect smile you’ve always wanted!

What Orthodontics can Treat?

deep bite

Deep Bite

under bite

Under Bite

open bite

Open Bite

Overjet

crowding

Crowding

Spacing

crossbite

Cross Bite

normal bite

Normal Bite

Braces Before & After

Our Orthodontists

Dr. Kleio Palaska

Specialist Orthodontist
USA

Dr. Omar Said

Consultant Orthodontist
USA

Schedule your consultation today & let us help you achieve the straight, healthy teeth you've always wanted.

Types of Orthodontic Braces

Invisalign

Virtually invisible and removable, Invisalign is a comfortable alternative to conventional braces and come without wires and brackets.

Lingual Braces

Lingual braces, also known as Incognito™️ braces, are hidden behind your teeth, so no one will notice them

Damon Braces

Sleek, discreet, comfortable and easy to clean, Damon or self-ligating braces minimise the need for in-office tightening

Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces match the natural colour of your teeth, and are a great alternative to traditional train tracks

Metal Braces

Metal braces are one of the most common and cost-effective treatment options, mostly opted for by children and teens

Myobrace

Myobrace®️ is a no-braces orthodontic approach that corrects a child’s teeth alignment while treating jaw developmental problems.

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FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers
The cost of braces in Dubai can vary depending on several factors, such as the type of braces you choose, the duration of the treatment, and your insurance coverage. It’s best to consult with your orthodontist to get a more accurate estimate of the cost of your treatment.

No, it’s never too late to get braces and correct your bite as an adult. However, getting braces at a younger age may have some benefits. During adolescence, the jawline and underlying tissue are still developing and teeth respond more quickly to pressure from orthodontic treatments. It may take longer for older patients to see results. Our specialist orthodontists can provide advice on the best treatment option for your age and condition.

Maintaining good oral and dental hygiene is essential when you have braces. Brush and floss regularly to keep your braces in good condition and prevent stains on your teeth. Your orthodontist may recommend a special toothbrush to help clear food debris from between the wires. If you wear aligners, you should remove them when brushing and flossing.

Avoid chewy and crunchy foods that can get stuck in your braces. Fruits and vegetables can be tough on braces, but you can cut them into small pieces to make them easier to eat. There are no food restrictions for aligners, but you should remove them before eating.

Regular visits to your orthodontist are important. Schedule follow-up appointments for adjustments and to discuss any concerns you have. These visits help keep your orthodontist informed about the progress of your treatment and ensure that you receive proper guidance and advice.

You may experience some discomfort or soreness in your teeth and gums after getting braces. However, this should subside within a few days. Adjustments may cause some discomfort, but pain is rare.

Orthodontic treatments are essential for maintaining good oral and dental health, not just for cosmetic reasons. Without proper correction of malocclusion, more serious problems can arise, such as:

Cavities and tooth decay – Crowded and crooked teeth are more difficult to clean, which can lead to bacteria buildup and dental issues such as cavities and tooth decay.

Improper jaw development – Misaligned teeth can impede the proper development of the jaw. An uneven bite can affect chewing and speaking, cause wear on the tooth enamel, and lead to more serious jaw problems.

That’s why it’s important to address malocclusion with orthodontic treatments to prevent these issues and maintain good oral health.

Braces and aligners are designed to straighten crooked teeth and fix a misaligned jaw. Orthodontic treatments work by applying gentle and consistent pressure to your teeth over time, which gradually moves them into the correct position.

Despite what you may have heard, your teeth aren’t directly connected to your jawbone. Instead, a flexible membrane underneath your gums and surrounded by bones connects your teeth to your jaw. This membrane responds to pressure from orthodontic treatments and allows your teeth to shift into the desired position.

Braces: Consisting of small brackets attached to your teeth, connected by a wire or rubber bands. Braces gradually shift your teeth and jaw, requiring regular adjustments by your orthodontist.

Aligners: Clear, plastic trays that fit over your teeth and gradually shift them into the desired position. Aligners require regular changes every few weeks to keep your teeth moving.

Other orthodontic treatments include placement of mini implants called TADS, fixed and removable functional appliances, and habit breaker appliances. Your orthodontist can recommend the best option for your unique dental needs.

The duration of the treatment depends on the severity of your dental issues and the type of braces you choose. On average, most patients wear braces for 18 to 24 months. However, it can be shorter or longer depending on individual cases.