Dental Appliances are common components of dentistry and orthodontics. Dental Appliances refers to any tool that helps with your treatment plan for you. These appliances can be permanent or removable. They help to fix damaged teeth, straighten crooked teeth. and replace missing teeth. Dental appliances are fitted to your mouth specifically to give you the best outcome from your orthodontist’s care. The Permanent Dental Appliances like crown and fillings, Bridges, braces.
Type of Appliances
The permanent appliances are used in the upper and lower arches to maintain space. Primarily they are placed in patients who are in transitional dentition, to hold space in the arch for the permanent teeth to erupt. In cases where it is appropriate to use these appliances, it will be part of the beginning phase of orthodontic treatment.
1. Lower lingual holding arch
The lower lingual holding arch (LLHA) is a space-maintaining dental appliance. It consists of two metal wires joined to the lower first molars joined by a wire that runs along the inside of your lower teeth. The objective of this appliance is to prevent your lower molars from moving. The LLHA is a permanent appliance.
2. Bite Turbos
Bite Turbos are primarily purposed to prevent upper and lower teeth with little composite, or on the biting exteriors of the back molars, to stop full closure of the teeth. The situation: When upper and lower dental braces are placed at the same time, in many instances, the top teeth bite down and contact the lower braces. This will generate discomfort to the patient and will prevent the lower teeth from aligning properly. To avoid these troublesome issues, the solution for this is bite turbos that are set on the back of the upper front teeth, or on the biting surfaces of the back molars, to act as slopes or speed bumps, to prevent the patient from biting all the way down. These Bite Turbos are only temporary and are finally easily removed.
3. Nance Appliance
A Nance Appliance Holding is involved with stainless steel rings around maxillary posterior teeth and shouldn’t cause a toothache. A looped stainless steel wire that retains the pre-maxillary region (front of the palate), eliminating in an acrylic button, usually the size of a quarter.
4. Tongue Crib
A tongue crib is a metal tool that consists of the top front of your mouth. It is ordinarily used for primary or middle-school-aged teenagers who have developed teeth, jaw, muscular, and/or skeletal irregularities because of thumb and finger sucking or a condition called tongue thrust. A tongue crib is a dental orthodontic appliance with a metal grate shaping the top front roof of the mouth.
Disadvantages of deep cleaning teeth
Not everyone wants professional deep cleaning. The daily teeth bruising can keep your gums safe. But if there are expenses and some symptoms, your dentist may suggest you for deep dental cleaning. go for it. Still, there are the disadvantages of deep cleaning teeth, these are -
- If you have a gum line filling, it may get ejected
- Your gums might get troubled or never reattach to the teeth
- Your tissues might get jangled and you end up with determining dental sensitivity
- Your dentist might not get all the curd or bacteria out and you could end up with an abscess and damaged in your jaw.