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Ortho 101 @en

Oral hygiene in orthodontics

White spots on teeth are sometimes occurring naturally or may result from the use of certain products such as fluoride. Too much fluoride can cause dental fluorosis, which is characterized by the appearance of spots on the teeth. Although fixed orthodontic appliances (braces) are a source of food and dental plaque retention, it is possible […]

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Periodontics: an addition to orthodontics

Les dents c’est important… mais la gencive aussi! Les tissus de support de la dent doivent être sains pour un traitement d’orthodontie. Connaissez vous le parodonte?

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Adult orthodontics

Why not invest in yourself and enjoy a more beautiful smile for years to come? Orthodontics is possible at any age. Today, over 25% of orthodontic patients are adults. The advent of cosmetic braces that are less bulky, Invisalign® clear aligners and the new generation of lingual “invisible” iBraces® make treatment more accessible than ever. […]

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Dental fluorosis and other white spots

White spots on teeth are not always decalcifications caused by poor oral hygiène. They sometimes occur naturally or may result from taking certain products such as fluoride. Too much fluoride can cause dental fluorosis which is characterized by the appearance of stains on teeth. Taking certain medications during the tooth formation period can also affect […]

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Surgery and orthodontics (orthognathic surgery)

The reason behind a jaw surgery Although a person is never too old to start an orthodontic treatment, treatments in adults are sometimes more complex following a progressive deterioration of the state of their mouth. The following are points about imbalances between jaws and the surgery. When jaw growth is completed, if a significant imbalance […]

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