The face is one of the most expressive parts of the human body. Facial analysis and research from the earliest times have attracted the interest of scientists, artists and doctors in anatomy. Probably the most eloquent part of the face is a smile, so it is an important object of analysis. Do you know who could answer the question of how to create a perfect smile? Nobody else, but an orthodontist.
Attempts to change the position of improperly located teeth were done already in Ancient times. While studying Egyptian mummies, metal rings found around teeth are similar to those used today. In the long run, it has evolved into a sophisticated, close to perfection techniques of orthodontic with still growing opportunities.
Today, every orthodontic doctor’s mission is to carry out an effective and reliable orthodontic treatment. Simply saying, this doctor helps to say goodbye to curved, crunched, or overly distant teeth, irregular bite or other orthodontic problems. Many people in the world need this treatment – it has been found that an abnormal bite or a curved tooth has about 90 percent of people.
The purpose of each orthodontist is to create an ideal, properly functioning occlusion. And for that – symmetry plays important role. It is a measure of value that allows us to create harmony in both human smile and functional occlusion, as well as throughout the body.