Both children and adults want beautiful and regular teeth for a radiant smile. This may not be the case with you and you may be bothered by the position of your teeth.
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Your teeth may be on top of each other (crowding)
Your teeth are crooked
The upper jaw and lower jaw take the wrong stand-in relative to each other
The teeth of the lower and upper jaw do not fit together properly
Your teeth don’t come through because of lack of space
Something went wrong during tooth construction: the shape is wrong or a tooth is missing
Between the front teeth are one or more spaces (spacing)
You may also have already had braces, but the teeth shifted again anyway
Jaw and tooth defects can develop at an early age. The following reasons may account for this:
Sucking a lot on a thumb, finger or pacifier
With small children, mouth breathing and slack postural muscles can negatively affect dental, facial and even health development. Therefore, prevention is better than cure!
If you feel that your child is exhibiting habitual actions or movements that are negative for dental health, it is best to address them immediately. This way, you can prevent your child from having to undergo more extensive treatments later in life.
If your child does need braces later in life, we recommend doing so between the ages of 10 and 16. At that age, jaw growth is still easily influenced.
Added to this is the advantage of more space created by the change.
Although it is best to get braces at a young age, you can also have your teeth straightened later in life.
There are also instances when you may have had beautiful teeth when you were young, but later in life you develop symptoms such as jaw muscle pain, headaches and neck pain.
That is the reason for medical orthodontics. An accident or illness can also be a reason to visit an orthodontist. In fact, your teeth may have become crooked after the fall.
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“It was a pleasant experience and I was lucky enough that they were able to save my tooth. Professional, friendly, calm, with a sense of being in the hands of experts.”
“All my life I have dreaded visiting the dentist. I have been a patient at Dental Clinic Van Mill for 5 years now and these days it’s something I look forward to.”
“I believed my teeth could not be saved. Masato and his team have helped me enormously. I have no more pain and finally, I have my life back.”
Costs vary by treatment and may be partially or fully insured. The rates are set by the Dutch Healthcare Authority (NZa), commissioned by the government. Would you like to know more about this? Then read on.
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