Not sure which orthodontic treatment to choose? Call us and we will help you.
At Gross Dentistas we know that each person has different needs and for this reason, at Gross Dentistas we want to satisfy each of them with a type of treatment or orthodontic appliance.
For that reason, our professionals will evaluate your case individually and make the best decision together with you. Additionally, they will monitor the evolution of your teeth and make sure that you get the perfect smile.
Our orthodontist Dr. Concha Gross is at the forefront of orthodontic treatments. Call us and we will answer your questions.
To learn more about orthodontic treatments you can continue reading our content.
Orthodontics is a dental treatment aimed at correcting malformations and abnormalities of the teeth in relation to their position in the mouth. It consists of the placement of a dental appliance, which can be fixed or removable, and which is aimed at fixing dental crowding issues.
Nowadays, orthodontics is increasingly important. Indeed, tooth malformations have a social and a medical component. Regarding the latter, a bad bite can lead to gastric problems, poor digestion and other discomfort. With regard to the social component, well-aligned teeth are very important for our aesthetics and helps us feel good about ourselves.
Orthodontics is commonly associated with a treatment for children, but the number of adult patients that request an orthodontic treatment grows more and more. This is because they are unhappy with their smiles or due to functional reasons.
Normally, orthodontic treatments don’t hurt, but it may be bothersome depending on the sensitivity of the patient and the type of treatment used.
In this video our Doctor Concha Gross explains this
The price of orthodontics varies a lot.
Due to the complexity of this type of treatment, it is not possible to provide a fixed price without doing a previous study of each case.
It is necessary to decide what type of orthodontic treatment and appliance will be used, how long it will last (depending on the dental crowding of each patient), if it is necessary to carry out additional interventions…
Types of Orthodontics
Regarding the mobility of the appliance, there are mainly two types of orthodontics: fixed and removable.
Fixed appliances are those that are placed by the orthodontist and only they can perform all the necessary adjustments for the correct alignment of the teeth. In the case of removable ones, the orthodontist makes a study and designs the treatment, and it is up to the patient to comply with the minimum treatment times.
In the case of invisalign orthodontics, for example, it should only be removed to eat and to brush your teeth.
There are also several orthodontic treatments such as traditional metal braces, aesthetic orthodontics and invisible orthodontics. These all have the same functionalities, i.e., these can solve any dental alignment problems, but they are different at the aesthetic level. For aesthetic orthodontics, we use aesthetic brackets that can be made of porcelain, ceramic or sapphire.
Deciding which type of orthodontics to use is a joint task between the patient and the orthodontist. It is convenient to take into account all the existing factors: type of dental crowding, objective of the orthodontic treatment, budget… At Gross Dentistas, we will help you choose the solution and the type of orthodontics that suit you best.
In our clinic Gross Dentistas in Málaga, we have the following orthodontic treatments:
Should you have any questions about our types of treatments, call us or contact us without obligation
Are you looking for orthodontic treatment specialists in Málaga? Are you looking for orthodontic specialists in Malaga? Contact us and come visit our Gross Dentistas Orthodontist Clinic and we will give you an estimate of the price of your orthodontic treatment. Our main clinic is located at Paseo Reding, 9, 5ª, 29016 Málaga. To see our locations, click here.
FAQ about orthodontics
In the province of Malaga as in any other, it is understandable to have questions about which orthodontic treatment is best for me. For this reason, at Gross Dentists we have to the possible questions that you may have.
If you have started an orthodontic treatment with another dentist and for personal or work reasons you can’t or you don’t want to continue it in the same place and you are wondering if you can continue the treatment in another clinic, the answer is yes, it could be continued without any kind of issue with another orthodontist.
Firstly, it would be necessary to assess what type of orthodontics and technique the previous orthodontist was using, since there are many types of orthodontics with different techniques and each orthodontist uses one or more depending on the goal to be achieved.
If the doctor you visit for the second time did not use that technique, orthodontics could be removed, cementing a new orthodontics with which the doctor works. In the clinic where the orthodontic treatment is to be continued, a study will be carried out to assess the state from which it starts, with the aim of being able to evaluate them throughout the treatment.
Said study consist of:
- Photos both of the intraoral and extraoral sides (about 10 photos).
- Virtual measurements with the intraoral Itero scanner or conventional alginate scanner.
- X-rays (panoramic radiograph and teleradiography) and if the doctor considers it necessary, a three-dimensional CT.
Once we have all these diagnostic tests, the orthodontist and her team will plan the continuation of the treatment until the best result is obtained, thus being able to continue with orthodontics until obtaining the desired objective and the best result.
Invisible orthodontics is presented as a panacea and an alternative solution to uncomfortable traditional braces. But it is not entirely true since the invisible orthodontic Invisalign technique cannot be used in all cases.
The doctor must convey to their patients that not all cases can be treated with invisible orthodontics and that the vast majority of complex cases that are treated in this way end up taking more than 3 yearswith metal braces. However, the aesthetic demand has made the invisible system evolve, thus adapting to the needs of our patients and for this reason the All In invisible orthodontic systemwas born, of which the Gross Dentistas clinic is a pioneer in Spain. The All In system and its invisible orthodontics born in the 21st century collects the best of each invisible orthodontic system, becoming the most complete system developed to date.