Orthodontic prosthetic pretreatment.
In the modern world a person may get to know that they need orthodontic treatment when they are 40 or 50 years old. When young a lot of people didn't treat malocclusions, and there were few specialists who understood orthodontics in the past . And when it comes to crowning a tooth or making dentures, it turns out that a dentist cannot accomplish this task because of the patient's malocclusion. Only natural teeth can be crooked and misplaced. Crowns cannot be placed on such teeth because they will not allow proper chewing. Unfortunately, negligent prosthetists crown a patient's tooth, which will not function properly, whereas a conscientious orthopedist will postpone tooth crowning and will refer a patient to an orthodontist to get prepared for prosthetics. Several months of orthodontic preparation will give a prosthetist a possibility to give you a beautiful and, which is more important, functional prosthesis. It is worth spending a few months to prepare and get a good prosthesis, isn't it? Millions of people around the world have already answered this question affirmatively and decided in favor of high-quality dental care. What can an orthodontist do to prepare your mouth for prosthetics?
• Correct malocclusion;
• Prepare the place for crowns and prostheses;
• Correct tooth alignment deformation due to tooth extraction and further tooth displacement.