If you have made up your mind and turn to a specialist – that’s a good sign, and the harder part is done: you have convinced yourself. From then on it’s only a series of tasks you do step by step. A paved road you only have to walk through.
The majority of patients considering orthodontic treatments come to Saint Lucas SPA dental clinic to solve aesthetic issues. But you need to know that orthodontic procedures have an important role in restoring masticatory functions, too. Owing to orthodontic therapies you will have harmonious and aesthetic smile as well as healthy chewing functions that will help you avoid dental problems in the future.
Orthodontic treatment can improve the beauty of our smile and the health of our teeth at any age. However there is an ideal time to get started. This is when one can achieve the best results over the shortest period of time at the lowest costs.
The world has changed a lot in the last decade regarding orthodontic treatments in adult age. Firstly because of the new techniques that came into light and finally took the special anatomic attributes of the adult into consideration thus applying the appropriate technique for the treatments. Secondly the perception of our environment about adults wearing braces has also changed significantly. Their braces are no longer a sign of immaturity but more of a health-conscious person of high personal standards and demanding environment.
The answer to this question is very simple: when you are in need for this. There is of course a more technical definition because the goal for this group of age is to support the healthy and smooth development of permanent teeth and preserve the soundness of these teeth.
The orthodontist specialist at Lucas SPA Dental is Dr. Péter Márton Steinhof. As a skilled professional Dr. Péter Márton Steinhof’s precision work is not only supported by his relevant 9-year experiences but he also puts great emphasis on international conferences and courses to learn the latest methods of his expertise. Since 2012 he has been teaching orthodontists about the system of passive self-closing devices, and their potential application.