adult orthodontics  おとな の きょうせい

  Braces aren't just for kids anymore. Having orthodontic treatment not only can improve your smile it can also help to improve your health. The proper placement of the teeth and position of the jaws can help to create a more balanced, attractive face. Having you teeth properly aligned can also help in the enjoyment of your food as well.

Effects of orthodontic treatment;
1. Having straighter teeth makes it easier to show your smile to the world. You'll look better and may even feel better about yourself.
2. Straight teeth are easier to care for. Being able to give your teeth better care makes cavity and gum disease less likely.
3. Orthodontic treatment can prepare your mouth for certain restorative treatments such as dental implants or a bridge.

It's never too late for a new smile!
These days, more and more adults are having orthodontic treatment.

Many individuals start braces at the following times:
Junior or senior high-school student.
Just after entering college or university.
As bridal season approaches.
Mid 30s or 40s (Taking care of children is winding down and children are getting to high-school age)

According to some studies, these periods are comparatively better to start braces. Recently, people who are in their mid 30s and getting braces has been on the increase. They are saying, "I want to keep good-looking year after year." This expectation is natural and important as people age Generally speaking, a person with good teeth just feels better about themself and this is even more true as they age.

Bridal Orthodontics

  Have you ever heard of "Bridal Orthodontics"? I don't know if this idea is in vogue outside of Japan but we have a promotion that takes place prior to the bridal season starting. This idea is for individuals who have both the time to spare (more than six months before the wedding) and who can visit the orthodontist frequently before and after the wedding ceremony. An orthodontist will remove your braces a couple of weeks (days) before the wedding and will replace them after the ceremony. Although there is any academic definition of "bridal orthodontics", in my opinion, the treatment goal (quality) is as the same as regular orthodontics. That is, the only difference between regular and bridal orthodontics is passing through important ceremony without braces. Please contact us for further information.

Invisalign

  "The Clear Alternative to Braces"
I don't know if this idea is in vogue outside of Japan but we have a promotion that takes place prior to the bridal season starting. This idea is for individuals who have both the time to spare (more than six months before the wedding) and who can visit the orthodontist frequently before and after the wedding ceremony. An orthodontist will remove your braces a couple of weeks (days) before the wedding and will replace them after the ceremony. Although there is any academic definition of "bridal orthodontics", in my opinion, the treatment goal (quality) is as the same as regular orthodontics. That is, the only difference between regular and bridal orthodontics is passing through important ceremony without braces. Please contact us for further information.