Braces and Orthodontic Treatment

Dental braces are utilized to correct teeth that are swarmed (crowded), screwy (crooked), and jutting (protruding), or have unpredictable separating. By moving the teeth into the perfect position, braces help to make a more alluring and healthier smile for both children and adults. So, the time has come to fix your smile and Gupta Dental Care is the one with perfect solution for that. There are multiple option for braces in todays era. Visit our expert Orthodontist for Braces and Orthodontic Treatment. Right from the invisible braces to ceramic braces, we have everything just as you need it.

Even if you are looking for metal braces, do give us a call and pre-book an appointment with us. These metal braces are the most common ones and we will have the comfortable braces in store for you. If you don’t want to show the braces to anyone, then our invisible braces are best for you.

 Improved alignment of the teeth has various benefits which include:

1. Improved ability to chew food.
2. Reduce the risk of injury from protruding teeth.
3. Reduce cavities.
4. Alleviation of speech impairment










Braces don’t often hurt, though you may feel a small amount of discomfort for a couple of days, as your teeth, gums, cheeks, and mouth get used to braces.

You can still eat many of your favourite food but you have to be carefull.
Braces are durable but certain food like hard candy, bubble gums, nuts, hard crackers, chewy candy etc can damage the wire and brackets.
Choose soft food liked mashed potatoes, grains, yogurt etc and avoid biting from the front side.

Braces are not exclusive for children only, even adults can undergo orthodontic (braces) treatment to modify their smile.

Brush your teeth after every meal and floss once in a day.
Use fluoridated toothpaste and mouthwash to avoid decay.
During treatment, avoid food with lots of sugar, caramel, chewing gum, hard candies, nuts, corn etc

Wearing braces will not stop you from participating in any of your school activities.
Special advice to care for braces, mouthguard etc will be provided by your doctor.