This is a fixed lower appliance used to preserve space in the dental arch. This will usually be placed before all permanent teeth have erupted.
This is a fixed type of space maintainer used in the upper dental arch. It’s main job is to preserve space in the dental arch and is usually used after a pendulum appliance.
These are traditionally known as expanders and there are two main types, banded and bonded. Their purpose is to expand the upper jaw (younger patients) or to expand the upper dental arch (older patients).
These are traditionally known as expanders and there are two main types, banded and bonded. Their purpose is the expand the upper jaw (younger patients) or to expand the upper dental arch (older patients). Different situations require different types of expansion.
This is a mild type of expander, also used to retain expansion accomplished with one of the standard expansion appliances.
This is a special type of device that can expand the upper jaw and move the upper back teeth (one or both sides) backward at the same time. This can be useful to correct bites or to make space.
This is a fixed device that holds the lower jaw forward and helps to correct horizontal overbite in moderate/severe cases. It is typically worn for a period of 6-12 months and can be very effective for solving this type of problem.
This is a device that is used to correct horizontal overbite in conjunction with elastic wear. It is often used in cases where a moderate overbite needs to be corrected prior to Invisalign or braces to straighten teeth.
This fixed device is used to help patients stop chronic thumb or finger sucking habits. It works by interrupting the habit routine and will be successful about 90% of the time. If this is not successful, other devices can be used to help discourage a chronic habit.