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TYPES OF ORTHODONTICS

At Zamora Dental Centre we offer you the most effective and up-to-date treatments on the market.

  • Conventional Orthodontic

    Tratamientos

    The brackets are metal and are fixed onto an arch using special rubber connectors. They are attached to the teeth using dental cement and the arch transmits the movement information to the tooth through the bracket.

  • Self-Ligating Orthodontic

    Tratamientos

    The brackets are also made of metal but do not need rubber connectors as they have their own connection system to the arch. The absence of rubber connectors means that there is less friction with the arch and, consequently, the treatment time is also less.

  • High-Quality Cosmetic Orthodontic

    Tratamientos

    This approach uses white or transparent brackets and arches in such a way that they are almost hidden. Those most used are normally made of porcelain or sapphire.

  • Invisible Orthodontic

    Tratamientos

    A new concept which does not require the use of brackets. The patient instead uses transparent covers which need to be changed periodically. Each cover will produce movement and changes of teeth position throughout the treatment.

  • Incognito Orthodontic

    Tratamientos

    In contrast to conventional brackets, with this method they adhere to the internal part of the teeth, making them discreet and almost imperceptible. They are made-to-measure for each patient in a sophisticated german laboratory using subject scans.

  • Interceptive Orthodontic

    Tratamientos

    This is focused on younger patients who are still growing. In the early years we can anticipate any future problems in the development of the maxillary and mandibular bones.

  • Pre-prosthetic Orthodontic

    Tratamientos

    On some occasions when carrying out implants, veneers or crowns are needed to position the orthodontic apparatus in order to improve the aesthetic results.

  • Pre-surgical Orthodontic

    Tratamientos

    This takes place with some adult patients (after the growth period) who have bone deformation, either before or after orthognathic (corrective jaw) surgery.