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Best Orthodontic Treatment in Bangalore

Dr. K. Sruti

B.D.S. D.Ortho
Orthodontist and Dento facial Orthopaedist- Specializes in Invisible Braces.

Cost Starting

from Rs 25000

EMI options


Full Time




Orthodontics is an area of dentistry that diagnoses and corrects teeth and jaw alignment problems. Orthodontics specializes in treating patients with improper positioning of teeth when the mouth is closed (malocclusion), which results in an improper bite. Orthodontics also includes treating and controlling various aspects of facial growth (dentofacial orthopedics) and the shape and development of the jaw.

When teeth don’t line up properly it can cause problems such as uneven wear on teeth and an increased risk of tooth decay and gum disease. The corrections are done with braces which can be Metal, Clear (Teeth colour), invisible which can be lingual fixed or Clear/Invisible trays. In addition to braces‚ orthodontists sometimes use special appliances (called functional appliances) to direct the growth of the jaw in young children.

Types of Orthodontic problems

Some common orthodontic problems are: Excessive overbite , Under bite, Protruded teeth, Gaps and Crowded teeth.

Why Us

-Full time orthodontist

The orthodontist here is the owner of the centre working for full time. It is very convenient for the patient that the orthodontist is available throughout the clinic working hours .The appointment can be scheduled any time unlike a consultant dependant practice.

-No compromise in sterilization

Here orthodontic patients are not seen in groups on specific dates .They are seen during individual appointments which lets us concentrate on the sterilization process strictly.

-Individual Attention

Is possible because of full time availability of the orthodontist.

Advanced options

Our centre has always been a pioneer in offering the best in every field of dentistry for the past 14 years. Even with orthodontics patients have access to most advanced treatment options including invisible and lingual braces.

Age for Orthodontic treatment

Usually, problems can be detected by eight or nine years of age. Most orthodontic treatment is done after all the permanent teeth are through, at around 11 to 13 years. Some treatment can be started earlier, at about age eight or nine. With the arrival of Invisible braces even adults can be treated.

Orthodontic treatment is provided by an orthodontist. An orthodontist is a dentist who has done additional study to specialize in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of problems in the alignment of teeth and jaws.

The orthodontist or dentist will take detailed records of your teeth and jaw, diagnose any problem, plan the treatment and carry out the care as required.

Types of Braces/ Orthodontic Treatment options.

Metal braces 

Metal braces

Metal braces are made from high-grade stainless steel and are the most common type of braces in use. They use elastic ties to hold the wire into the bracket.

Clear braces

Clear Braces

Clear braces are an option for adult treatment‚ as the brackets are made from clear material. They are less conspicuous compared to metal counterparts.

Self-ligating braces

Self ligating braces

Self-ligation is an advanced form of technology that can reduce the time you need to wear braces. It uses a high-tech wire system that is more comfortable than traditional braces and usually requires fewer adjustments reducing the number of visits and time.

Lingual Braces

Lingual Braces

Lingual braces are braces bonded to the back of the teeth making them invisible to other people. Hence‚ lingual braces are a cosmetic alternative to those who do not wish the braces to be visible. But not all patients are suitable candidate for lingual braces treatment. The orthodontist also needs specialized training to offer lingual braces option to patients.

Invisible braces

Invisible braces

Invisible braces uses clear removable tooth-aligners that gradually move your teeth without use of fixed braces .However not all problems can be corrected with this type of treatment. It is imperative that the patient undergoes thorough examination by the orthodontist  for this treatment to be advised.

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