It was acceptable in the past to have a slight gapped tooth, a misaligned incisor or a little overbite. These orthodontic flaws used to be considered as an individual character; but as orthodontist Mission Viejo informs us that what we once thought of as cute and quirky traits, are now known as unacceptable flaws and can lead to improper hygiene care.
As you skin ages through the wrinkling process, your teeth age too when they start to shift and crowd on top of one another. Many people who visit dentist Mission Viejo Ca complain that their crowded and gapped teeth make them look older than they really are.
You can blame social media for setting the standard since we are bombarded with Instagram models and Hollywood celebrities that all have that perfectly aligned and straight set of teeth. This is no longer what is considered exceptional, but is actually what is considered normal in today’s society. Thankfully, the standards of care, the dental technologies, and the abilities of professional orthodontist Mission Viejo have advanced in giving you the perfect smile!
Why Is It Important to Have A Flawless Smile?
Because a perfect smile is the best way to win people over. Studies conducted by the American Association of Orthodontist revealed that 1.4 million adults in America had orthodontic treatment in 2014 alone, which has dramatically risen in recent years with all the advancements made in treatment options.
In fact, Dr. Maryam Horiyat, who is the best cosmetic dentist at orthodontist Mission Viejo said, “Almost 93 percent of us believe that a great smile is the most important feature in making a good and long-lasting first impression and 99 percent of my patients reported that their smile makeover, straight teeth, and cosmetic dental work at Aria Dental helped them enjoy more self-confidence, build more professional success, participate more in social interactions, improve their cooperation among teammates at work, and improve oral and body health.”
Orthodontics for Children
It is never too early to consider getting orthodontic treatment. Many people think that their children are ready for orthodontics when they are in their teens, but the dental trend for the 21st century is to visit your orthodontic specialist at age 7 to begin regulating the width of the upper and lower arch, create more space for crowded teeth, and provide guidance on the child’s jaw growth, which will help the permanent teeth to come out straight. Today, when it comes to proper orthodontic care, it is all about prevention and teaching parents to pay more attention to their child’s well-being at an early age.
The Modern American Teenager and Braces
Your teen may protest at first about getting braces affixed to their teeth, but they will thank you in the long run, we promise. The first set of braces were making their appearance in the early 20th century, and sure enough, it became a trend among adolescents and teens that fixing their misaligned teeth was a cool thing to do!
Braces have become a teen accessory in the orthodontics world and there is a fast shift from the traditional wire retainers and appliances to clear aligners that are made from CAD/CAM technologies. Braces and teens have always gone hand in hand, but more recently smiles are getting better and that has increased the pressure on parents and teens to keep up their appearance. Furthermore, many schools have health education that puts importance on oral hygiene, which is a general sign of overall health.
If you are a holistic parent who is looking for metal-free orthodontic treatment for your children, you will be happy to learn that Dr. Maryam Horiyat is certified with IAOMT (International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology) and HDA (Holistic Dental Association. Dr. Horiyat provides metal-free orthodontic treatments such as ceramic brackets and teen’s Invisalign for a natural, safe and metal-free orthodontic treatment. Another great advantage for opting for a more natural orthodontic option is that ceramic and sapphire brackets, as well as Invisalign, are almost invisible making them very easily accepted by patients. This encourages your teenager to be aware of the beauty and well-being of their teeth and overall health, which in turn will lay very good and strong foundations that will last a lifetime.
The Modern Adult and Braces or Clear Aligners
Nowadays it is common for adults to decide on getting braces later on in life to improve their looks and resolve any long-standing dental issues. This orthodontic trend shows no sign of ever slowing down since demand from adults and the wide range of revolutionary products in orthodontic care is increasing to the nth degree. The American Association of Orthodontist says that one out of every five orthodontic patients are adults since many adults understand the importance of maintaining their health, and they want to feel better about their appearance and look younger and healthier.
Just because you have orthodontics doesn’t mean you are only going to get a better smile that corrects and prevents your teeth and jaws from shifting in improper positions, it also provides better overall health. When your teeth are precisely aligned you can put a stop to dental issues such as gum disease, crowding pressure, tooth decay, abnormal wear of enamel and surfaces, and jaw joint pain.
Clear Aligners and Invisalign
Orthodontic trends have brought about smile technologies and have encouraged more people to undergo orthodontic procedures that have a higher standard of care. Lately, there have been many advances in technology and techniques such as:
• Improvements in Invisalign – not only are they invisible to onlookers, but they are removable which makes them easier to keep clean.
• Having the option of clear aligners to suit your lifestyle.
• Shorter treatment times and less required visits.
Dr. Maryam Horiyat, who is gold-certified in Invisalign and Orthodontics, wants to make California smile! She has been providing high-quality dental care within the Orange County area for several years. During this time, she has helped many children avoid complicated orthodontic treatments; and she has given corrective options to many teenagers and adults to find their impeccable smile.
If you are fed up of your crooked or gapped teeth, we are here to help you with modern technology and advanced techniques in Orthodontics. Please call or text us at (949) 364 -9600 or request an appointment online now (www.AriaDentalCare.com)