5 Orthodontic Treatment Benefits

5 Orthodontic Treatment Benefits

Tuesday, December 1st, 2020


Your smile is your biggest asset when it comes to social communication. Feeling conscious of yourself when you speak or laugh can result in poor self-confidence. Unfortunately, for many of us, a birth defect or an injury makes our teeth misaligned and leaves them crooked. Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that deals with the correction of badly formed teeth. There are several benefits to it and is a lifetime investment.

Traditional orthodontics made use of metal wires and other conventional items, but today they are far lighter and blend seamlessly with your overall appearance. Coquitlam orthodontics leaves you with nothing but a big and bright smile for you to flaunt. Here are some of the benefits.


1.    Improving Aesthetic Appearance

Orthodontic treatment will push back your misaligned teeth back into place. With braces and Invisalign custom created according to the shape and size of your mouth, you will get straight and beautiful teeth about which you will not feel conscious anymore. You end up feeling good about yourself, and it has a direct and positive psychological effect.


2.    Maintaining Oral Health

Misaligned teeth can lead to poor oral health. There are greater chances of food particles getting lodged inside your teeth and over time, it could lead to additional teeth and gum problems like cavities and periodontal gum disease. It could also result in gingivitis that may eventually end up affecting your cardiovascular health. Teeth malformation can make it tough for you to brush and floss regularly but Coquitlam orthodontics can set it right.


3.    Jaw and Bite Alignment

If there are problems with your jaw growth or bite alignment, then orthodontics Coquitlam makes used of specific headgears and expansions to move your jawbones into place. Your jaw dimensions can be altered even if it a birth defect, depending on the intensity of the problem. Orthodontics can refine occlusion and also reconstruct the entire face structure at times. Setting your teeth straight for the right bite is done in the same way, helping you bite and chew with ease.


4.    Reduced Wear and Tear

Misaligned teeth can result in increased wear and tear of your teeth. It makes your teeth fragile and weak, and your teeth can chip away over time, which requires its share of corrective treatment. With orthodontics, you can keep your teeth healthy and reduce the pressure and stress on them which might cause them to break. Misaligned teeth put excess stress on your gums and jaws while biting and you have to deprive yourself of the pleasure of many food items. Orthodontics will give you back your regular lifestyle.


5.    Better Restorative Treatment

With orthodontics, your teeth are back in their correct position and that paves the way for more restorative treatment in the future if needed. It is easier to treat straight teeth when there is a tooth missing or if you need implants or bridges later, or if you end up needing a root canal treatment. Your teeth also heal faster after every procedure and minimize the chances of complications and injuries.


Book your appointment with Coquitlam orthodontics and experience the transformation for a new you.

Replacing Missing Teeth With Dental Implants Inspires Confident Smiles

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020

Restore Your Perfect Smile

The loss of one or more teeth can have a devastating impact on a person's quality of life. Missing teeth due to injury, periodontal disease, decay or congenital disabilities alters the jaw structure, impacting the bite, chewing and cosmetic appearance. At Brookmere Dental, Dr. Kourosh Milani and Dr. Sherry Milani are highly trained and skilled in cosmetic dentistry and ready to give you back your smile.

Dental Implants VS Traditional Treatments

Brookmere Dentistry uses Coquitlam dental implants constructed from titanium, which, when implanted, become a permanent part of your jaw. Traditional alternatives such as bridges, dentures and crowns are a temporary solution often requiring further upkeep and replacement.

Dental implants are designed to look exactly like your natural tooth, which means your implants will emulate your natural, healthy teeth. Implants are stable and comfortable, minimizing any discomfort when chewing or speaking while preserving the jawline. The placement of an implant does not impact the surrounding teeth, ensuring the remaining teeth's integrity. The implant acts just like a natural tooth preserving your oral health and bone structure.

The Procedure

After a series of Xrays, Dr. Milani will assess the existing bone to ensure enough bone material remains to place the implant in and graft bone if needed. State of the art dental guides and computer software enables Dr. Milani to safely and precisely place the implant into the jaw's exact position.

The procedure takes place under anesthesia to minimize discomfort, and healing time varies from patient to patient but generally takes less than three weeks. Complications are uncommon, but the Bookmere Dental Group is available to help if an emergent situation arises.

Your Brand New Smile

Dental Implants are the next best thing next to a healthy tooth that, with proper care, may last the rest of your lifetime. Once placed, the implant will fuse with your bone and function, look exactly like your other teeth, and will most likely never require adjustment or replacement. A dental implant is a lifetime investment because it is designed to last, and it will also stimulate bone growth and prevent further bone loss. If your jawline or facial structure has altered due to tooth loss, dental implants will correct these features.

If you have suffered severe decay, tooth loss, broken teeth or wish to replace discolored/damaged teeth, look no further than Brookmere Dental Group for your dazzling smile. Skilled dentistry, combined with amazing, new technology, promises you the restoration of your beautiful smile. Contact us today to book your consultation for dental implants, and get ready to smile at the world again.




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