Fixing orthodontic braces on each tooth is fastened. These brackets are connected using a wire. The patient can not remove this orthodontic out of his mouth. The purpose of the permanent orthodontic tooth movement is to balance the mandibular teeth with lower jaw.
In this orthodontic type, plastic plates are used that cover the mouth or palate and also hold a multi-tooth arched arch. The patient can remove it from his mouth, if necessary, during eating, for example. This type of orthodontic does not cause tooth movement and is commonly used for jaw problems at an early age.
In this type of orthodontic, the braces are used in a transparent or colorless manner, which is called Invisible Braces. Invisible Braces, because they are less visible, have become very popular among adults.