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10th Edition of International Conference on
Dentistry and Oral Health

March 13-15, 2025 | Rome, Italy



Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention, and correction of malpositioned teeth and jaws. Orthodontic treatment helps to align and move teeth into their proper positions to create an attractive and functional smile. It also aids in the health of the facial muscles and joints, leading to improved overall oral health. Orthodontists go through specialized education and training to diagnose, prevent, and treat dental and facial irregularities. Treatment often begins during the pre-teens or early teen years, when some permanent teeth have already grown in. Orthodontic braces and other appliances such as retainers, aligners and expanders, are used to move the teeth into their proper position. By correcting the alignment of the teeth and jaws, orthodontic treatment can not only improve appearance but also have a positive effect on the health of your mouth. Properly positioned teeth are easier to keep clean, reduce the chance of decay or gum disease and can improve chewing, speaking and swallowing. Quality orthodontic care requires a team approach with the orthodontist, the patient and the patient's family. With proper facilitation, communication, and care, orthodontic treatment can maximize the effects of braces and other appliances and yield the best possible results. The orthodontist is the leader of the team, guiding and providing the necessary instructions and information to the patient and their family, in order to obtain successful and long-term orthodontic outcomes. The patient and their family must be willing to follow the instructions given by the orthodontist and the dental team, in order to ensure the best results and satisfaction. Orthodontic treatment is an important part of overall dental health. With the help of an orthodontist, you can achieve a straighter, healthier smile. Orthodontists diagnose, prevent, and correct dental irregularities in order to improve your oral health, facial aesthetics, and your overall quality of life. 

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