orthodontic treatment


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Noun1.orthodontic treatment - dental treatment that corrects irregularities of the teeth or of the relation of the teeth to surrounding anatomy; treatment is usually by braces or mechanical aids; "orthodontic treatment of facial abnormalities"
treatment, intervention - care provided to improve a situation (especially medical procedures or applications that are intended to relieve illness or injury)
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A number of factors, such as the growing number of patients with malocclusions, lower cost of orthodontic treatment in Latin American countries as compared to other developed nations, higher concentration of orthodontic associations, decreasing trade barriers for medical devices in some Latin American countries, and rising disposable incomes are propelling the growth of the Latin American orthodontic supplies market.
The beneficial aspect of orthodontic treatment is improving the soft tissue profile.
Gaps, overcrowding and misplaced teeth can all make your child feel self-conscious and be upsetting, for you and them - orthodontic treatment could be the solution you're looking for.
As early as six years onwards, orthodontic treatment can be initiated with removable appliances such as habit breaking appliances to correct deleterious oral habits such as thumb/finger sucking, lip/nail biting, mouth breathing, tongue thrusting, etc.
Ginger Price of Phoenix, AZ is excited to announce that she is now offering Propel, an innovative accelerated orthodontic option that fast tracks patient's orthodontic treatment.
Contract notice: Delivery of materials for orthodontic treatment to komudbud.
New figures from the Department of Health also show there are now 15,697 children on the waiting list for orthodontic treatment.
Orthodontic treatment has become a necessity for children, teenagers and adults alike for a variety of reasons.
The lengthy waiting times for orthodontic treatment, both in primary and secondary care, has resulted partially from a chronic underfunding of orthodontic care," she said.
The lengthy waiting times for orthodontic treatment, both in primary and secondary care, have resulted partially from a chronic underfunding of orthodontic care," she said.
The Crown Prosecution Service said that the South-African born dentist - who practised in Llandrindod Wells, mid Wales - made more than 200 overpriced claims for both dental and orthodontic treatment.
ALMOST 500 youngsters have been waiting for more than four years for orthodontic treatment, shocking figures have revealed.