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Braces

  • Retainers

    After active orthodontic treatment is completed, most patients will need to wear a retainer for a thereafter or a period of time. An orthodontic retainer is a device that is used to keep teeth in their new positions after braces or clear aligner treatment.

  • Clear Braces

    Clear braces uses the same orthodontic treatment techniques as having conventional metal braces. The main difference being that clear braces utilizes new bracket materials that are tooth-colored or transluent so that braces appears less visible. Rubber bands on ceramic braces may also be clear.

  • Clear Braces - Clarity SL Braces

    Clarity™ Aesthetic Braces from 3M Unitek are clear braces that have clear brackets thus making orthodontic treatment less visible thus provides good aesthetics with translucent ceramic brackets.

  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Orthodontic Treatments

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Orthodontic Treatments

  • Invisalign

    In 2015, BIDC's orthodontist team is proud to have achieved the Invisalign Diamond Provider Award - the highest accolade achievable from Invisalign. The invisalign award recognizes BIDC as a top provider for Invisaling treatment within Thailand.

  • Lingual Braces

    Lingual braces are attached to the inside or lingual side of the teeth to allow tooth movements to be carried out while making them completely non-visible. This advanced method makes lingual orthodontics particularly well-suited for adults and especially appealing for adults whose professions keep them in the public eyes. No one can tell they are wearing these braces. Patients can enjoy the process of orthodontia while still retaining a natural smile.

  • Orthodontic Dentistry Adults

    Healthy teeth can be moved at almost any age. Many orthodontic problems can be corrected for adults as children. Orthodontic forces move the teeth in the same way for both a 75-year-old adult and a 12-year-old child. However for adults, complicating factors such as lack of jaw growth, may create special treatment planning needs.

  • Orthodontic Technologies

    During the last decade, the specialty of orthodontics has undergone a technological revolution. New materials and techniques are constanlty being developed that can make braces less noticeable, improve patient comfort and, in some cases, reduce treatment time and help control costs.

  • Orthodontists

    Thailand Orthodontists at BIDC

  • Self-Ligating Braces

    Self-Ligating Braces use a special bracket that has a unique clip to hold the wires in place compared to the standard traditional braces that uses elastic bands to hold the wire in place.

  • STb Lingual Braces

    The STb Light Lingual System is a internal braces or hidden braces. STb light lingual braces enables simplified, faster orthodontic treatment with greater patient comfort . A first in lingual orthodontics, STb utilizes the new passive self-ligation design for dramatically reduced friction and lighter forces. STb light lingual is developed by two of the world-wide leading lingual practitioners, Drs. Giuseppe Scuzzo and Kyoto Takemoto.