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Dentist vs Orthodontist: Which Specialist Do You Need

Dentist vs Orthodontist: Which Specialist Do You Need

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  1. Dentist vsOrthodontist: Which Specialist Do You Need Source: http://healthcareindubai.blogspot.in/2016/09/dentist-vs-orthodontist-what-treatment.html

  2. Major issue or minor issue, it doesn't matter. • Your oral health should definitely not be taken for granted.

  3. What does a Dentist do? • Almost all of us have visited a dentist at least one point in our lives. Although, it is essential to visit the dentist for regular check-ups, cleaning and x-rays of our teeth to maintain a good overall oral health. • For the most part, you should visit a dentist at least twice a year to maintain a good oral and dental health.

  4. What does an Orthodontist do? • An orthodontist is a specialised professional who is an expert in correcting crooked teeth, overbites, underbites and also, irregular teeth. • This is where an orthodontist has an edge over a dentist. But generally, a dentist is also licensed to perform orthodontic procedures and who does a better job at it depends on the experience and on how well they can evaluate a person's teeth and how skilled their hands are.

  5. How to choose? • We have seen that all dentists cannot perform orthodontal procedures but all orthodontists can perform dental procedures.

  6. The dentist is great for the following oral health issues. • General health and well-being of your teeth and gums including general cleaning of your teeth. • If you have tooth decay, broken teeth and cavity  • Teeth and gum related diseases such as periodontal disease or gingivitis.  • Dentists will also evaluate your oral health and give you specific advice regarding hygiene

  7. Orthodontists, on the other hand, can provide you with the following services. • Overcrowded, misaligned or irregular teeth can be fixed by an orthodontist as they specialise in braces. • When you have teeth overbites or underbites.  • For teeth whitening, prosthetics/ implants, crowns etc.

  8. An orthodontist specialises in evaluating the alignment and the proper course of action required to fix the issue.

  9. This Article is originally appeared on - http://healthcareindubai.blogspot.in/2016/09/dentist-vs-orthodontist-what-treatment.html