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Aligners & orthodontic braces

Braces and aligners are the two methods used by orthodontists to straighten and align teeth. Invisalign clear aligners are a popular form of teeth straightening because of their less noticeable appearance, while braces are less popular but perfect for people with complex tooth conditions.

What is Orthodontics?

According to, Orthodontics is: “The dental specialty that is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of dental deformities as well as irregularity in the relationship of the lower to the upper jaw.” Put simply, orthodontics takes care of how the jaws and teeth work with each other–such as when teeth are crooked, misaligned or otherwise irregular.

Benefits of Aligners & orthodontic braces

Smile Esthetics: 

This may be one of the most salient benefits of orthodontic treatment. An orthodontist can help you not just straighten your teeth, but also get an attractive, confident smile. Our orthodontists at Hued dental are trained in the art of science in orthodontics, striving to give every one of our patients a customized, attractive smile that flows with their facial appearance and looks naturally attractive.

Facial Esthetics: 

Besides straightening the teeth, orthodontic treatment may improve the relationship between the upper and lower jaws so the teeth can come together properly. This dental and jaw harmony can have a positive impact on your face shape, profile, and features. This is especially evident in the more severe cases, such as with an underbite or overbite. With their thorough diagnosis and precise treatment plans, our orthodontists are experts in balancing function and aesthetics.

Oral Health:

Crooked and crowded teeth may be more difficult to clean and maintain, causing a higher risk for cavities and periodontal disease. Orthodontic treatment can help minimise those risks by aligning the teeth and placing them in their ideal, easy to clean positions.

Risk of injury to teeth: 

In some cases, the mal-positioned teeth may be at a higher risk of injury or trauma. For example, if your child’s teeth stick out too far, they are at a higher risk of fracturing if the child falls or hits their face. Another example is the presence of a crossbite (when the upper teeth sit inside the bottom teeth), which may cause gum recession, tooth damage, and bone loss. Orthodontic treatment can help correct the position of your teeth to ensure you can enjoy a long-lasting smile!


Teeth are designed to be aligned perfectly so that a person can speak correctly. In some instances, an incorrect bite may cause problems with speech, which can be fixed easily with orthodontic treatment.


Dr Sujay Jain MDS.,

Orthodontist and Implant surgeon


Dr Chaitali Jain BDS.,

General dental surgeon and Aesthetic dentist

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