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Orthodontics is a specialty of dentistry that deals with the treatment of malpositioned teeth and jaws.


Removable braces are braces that can be removed from the mouth. They are made up of a resin body and wire clasps that hold them in the patient's mouth. There are also so-called active elements, which are rotated according to the doctor's instructions, thus expanding the braces in the required direction and thus tilting the teeth into the desired shape of the dental arch.
Treatment with braces is particularly suitable for paediatric patients in the period when the teeth are first changed from temporary to permanent. This is because at this time we take advantage of the natural dynamic growth of the child, which takes place in several stages. It is important to remember that the removable appliance has only a limited ability to move the teeth in the jaw and so is not designed for all types of orthodontic defects.


Fixed braces, unlike braces, are fixed to the teeth with orthodontic locks that have a wire running through them to move the teeth. The locks can be either metal or ceramic (white).
This type of treatment is faster, more effective and more stable. Patients are required to take the utmost care in terms of dental hygiene and careful biting, for example, eliminating hard foods from the diet and cutting others into small pieces when eating.
This treatment is completed with retention braces - "invisible" films that are worn for 2 months.



Foil braces (aligners) are an option for treating orthodontic defects in the least visible way, which is why they are called invisible braces. Over the last 10 years, this treatment has become very widespread due to the penetration of new technologies in orthodontics. Specifically, the use of digital scanners to obtain a digital model of the teeth and soft tissues, the availability of digital treatment planning software, and 3D printing capabilities for the production of foil braces. All of this serves to make diagnosis and treatment planning much more accurate.

Many orthodontists use the services of foreign companies that offer 'outsourcing' of a large part of the activities required for treatment design and the production of foil appliances, which has significantly contributed to increasing the availability of this method of treatment for a large number of doctors.

Our clinic has state-of-the-art equipment for diagnosis, treatment design and in-office production of invisible braces. We use a high-precision intraoral scanner, have a 3D CBCT X-ray with high imaging accuracy and very low radiation dose, use several foreign software tools specially developed for aligner treatment planning, and have established our own workstation for precision 3D printing. This provides several advantages over "outsourcing" treatment planning and brace manufacturing:

  • we are able to design foil appliances more tailored to the patient's specific orthodontic defect

  • we are more flexible in responding to the course of treatment

  • in the event of, for example, loss or damage to the braces, we are able to produce them again very quickly and this situation does not jeopardize the further course of treatment

  • we have greater quality control in single treatment steps



We offer treatment using only invisible braces only for milder orthodontic defects. However, this method of treatment is also suitable as a combination for more complex orthodontic defects, where the treatment is started with fixed braces and finished with invisible braces (so-called finishing). This significantly reduces the time spent wearing fixed braces.  

When invisible braces are indicated, we take careful care to select the defect to be treated so that we can guarantee that we will be able to complete the treatment successfully.

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