Our wish is to make you always feel at ease from the very first time you contact VICTORIA DENTAL.
In our family orthodontic practice, you benefit directly from the full range of orthodontic treatment. From removable to fixed, from economical to unnoticeable, from gentle to accelerated: By evaluating a full range of criteria during an initial consultation we are able to find the treatment that is right for you. Just tell us what you desire and we will find the treatment suitable to you.
You’re graduating University in less than a year and want straight teeth by then?
That can be achieved.
You have a high social profile and cannot afford to restrict your social life?
We have a plan that fits your busy schedule.
You don’t want your business partners or clients to notice that you`re having teeth corrected?
That can be achieved.
We always keep your wishes and your health first in the centre of our treatment.
You could make an appointment at Victoria Dental.
We look forward to your visit.
Early orthodontic treatment for CHILDREN, age 7-10
We recommend that children have their first check-up with an orthodontist no later than age 7. In many cases it is important that an orthodontic treatment takes place before all permanent teeth have erupted to prevent more serious issues later. At the initial consultation, we want to know what your or your child’s concern is regarding your child’s smile, facial esthetics, and bite. Prior to your visit, we will have asked you to bring us your child’s x-rays (if you have from before). After discussing your orthodontic concerns we will examine your child`s facial esthetics, smile, and teeth. After we examine the records, we will discuss the possible treatment options. Your orthodontic treatment will start after this first consultation. At Victoria Dental all team members do welcome the little patients with kindness, patience and understanding.
Orthodontic treatment for TEENS, age 11-18
Around the age of 12 after the eruption of all permanent teeth, some teeth alignment imperfections or malocclusion could be visible. At this age problems cannot be solved through self-regulation. That’s the reason why many parents seek for the proper orthodontist for their child. Late orthodontic treatment is when the brackets are fixed/bonded onto the teeth by means of special orthodontic bond and connected with Ni-Ti wires. The force of the arches and the torque and angulation of the braces leads to teeth movements. Modern braces aren’t what they used to be in the past. The new techniques and mini braces we use in Victoria Dental ( by Dentaurum, Germany) greatly reduce discomfort levels, decrease the frequency of visits, shorten treatment time and may allow you to choose from several options. Your options may include mini-metal braces, ceramic braces, transparent aligners, etc. Usually treatment with braces lasts on average one a half year to be finished completely. In some cases it requires more time, depending on the severity of the malocclusion.
Late orthodontic treatment for ADULTS
Many adults are choosing to receive treatment because they understand the importance of having healthy gums and they want to feel better about their appearance. Most frequent reasons why adults are coming for orthodontic treatment are: malocclusion, crowding of teeth or spaces in between teeth, initial or serious periodontal problems, jaw pain due to deep bite, desire for more confident smile, etc. For many adults, the thought of having non-aesthetic braces is enough to discourage them from seeking treatment. However, today’s orthodontic treatment options offer a variety of braces and appliances that are comfortable, aesthetic, and customized to meet your needs. Types of braces for Adults include: Ceramic braces, Mini-metal braces, Aligners (Invisalign), Lingual braces, Sapphire braces, Self-Ligating braces.
Orthodontic retention is the final stage of orthodontic treatment and aims to maintain the teeth in their corrected positions. To ensure optimal stability at the end of the treatment, retention appliances must be worn as prescribed to be efficient. Many types of appliances exist but the choice of the retention appliance is made by the orthodontist, depending on the treated malocclusion and the obtained results. Types of retainers: Vacuum-formed retainer Hawley retainer Wire bonded/fixed retainer