How Braces Improve Your Smile and Overall Oral Health

At Picasso Smiles in El Paso, TX we know for a fact that braces can improve your smile and overall oral health. How do we know? Thanks to our awesome patients, we have dozens of examples of beautiful smiles that showcase what a healthy smile truly looks like.

Read below to find out how braces will improve your smile and oral health.

Braces and a Beautiful Smile

Your El Paso orthodontists, Dr. Tamir Shams & Dr. Nima Shayesteh, have seen countless smiles and mouths of children, teen, and adults. They understand that everyone’s individual teeth, jaws, and grins have unique shapes and may require different treatment plans including Invisalign, clear braces, and more. If you’re wondering what braces can do for your smile, take a look at the following list of malocclusions orthodontic treatment can correct:

Dr. Tamir Shams & Dr. Nima Shayesteh want each of their patients to know that no matter what treatment plan you choose, you can count on being satisfied with your new, straight smile.

Braces and a Healthy Mouth

The above malocclusions, or bad bites, are common, but correcting the issues with braces also contributes to a healthier mouth. Braces will help align your teeth properly and indirectly help prevent tooth decay and other health problems later in life.

Crooked teeth can be more difficult to brush and floss properly, which can result in significantly more cavities and need for dental work such as fillings and root canals. Furthermore, without proper hygiene, your teeth and gums can develop gingivitis, which can require dentures later in life.

If you consider the cost of treating multiple cavities, root canals, and other dental treatment costs, braces or Invisalign are worth the investment.

Contact Your El Paso Orthodontist Today!

If you have further questions about the topics discussed in this blog post or if you’re ready to reap the benefits of orthodontic treatment, contact us today! You can reach our El Paso dental and orthodontic office at (915) 587-6453 for our Westside office and (915) 857-6453 for our Eastside office. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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