Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the benefits of orthodontic treatment?

    Having a beautiful smile

    Better teeth/jaw performance

    Increased self confidence because of having a beautiful smile

    Better health of the teeth

    Reducing the likelihood of tooth decay

    Making other dental treatments easier to do

  • Should I be brushing more during the treatment?

    During orthodontic treatment, you should observe more oral hygiene because the food is likely to get stuck between the bracelets and the wires. In addition, you need to use fluoride-rich toothpaste and use fluoride gel before bedtime. You also have to use dental floss because it is very effective in cleaning up the stuck foods.

  • How often does the specialized examination take place?

    Appointments depend on the type of the abnormality and treatment plan. Normally, an appointment should be made every 3 to 5 weeks.

  • How much is the cost of orthodontic treatment?

    The cost of orthodontic treatment for each patient depends on many factors (type of abnormality, duration of treatment, tooth extraction, etc.); Therefore, for an accurate treatment plan, you should visit the office. The consultation fee is free in the initial consultation of Dr. Dorrani. After the consultation session, you will be told the duration of the treatment and the cost of the treatment.

  • Does orthodontics cause tooth decay?

    If a patient complies with the health recommendations during orthodontic treatment and complies with all the treatment requirements explained by the orthodontist, dental caries will not occur.

  • Is there an alternative device to be implemented for people having problem with the appearance of orthodontic devices?

    Today, with the advent of modern techniques, modern devices have been created, such as toothbrushes, behind-the-teeth orthodontics, or invisible orthodontics with transparent plaques. In cases where the patient is unhappy with the appearance of a metallic orthodontic device, he or she can use these alternative methods.