In a perfect mouth the top front teeth extend over the lower teeth slightly and the back teeth fit properly into each other. The teeth are straight without gaps.

When a person’s teeth or jaw structure does not fit properly Orthodontic treatment is necessary to straighten teeth. These problems are often referred to as Malocclusions.

Straight teeth are important not only for good and confident looks but also to-

  • Promote ideal function i.e. proper chewing of food
  • Prevent premature wearing and chipping of teeth
  • Decrease the occurrence/incidence of decay
  • Correct speech difficulties
  • Decrease the chance of injury to teeth
  • Prevent Jaw Joint problems

Keeping in mind the need for better aesthetics and shorter treatment durations we have come up with a variety of options for you. From traditional metal and ceramic braces to invisible braces and clear aligners, we are confident we can help you achieve and maintain the beautiful, healthy smile you’ve always dreamed about. It’s never too late to improve your smile.

Types of Braces

Metal Braces

Metal braces are the most common type of braces. They are made of high-grade stainless steel which does not cause any harm to your teeth and body. We at Kids and Braces Superspeciality Dental Clinic use the most advanced braces with smooth edges and low profile to cause you minimum discomfort. We bring to you the best metal braces in the world.

Dr. Robin Cook

Colored Braces

Everyone likes to play with color. At Kids and Braces Superspeciality Dental clinic you can change the color of your metal braces every month. Yes, you have heard it right, every month. We have a wide range of colored elastics for you to choose from.

Dr. Robin Cook

Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces are made of translucent (clear) material and they are small, strong, comfortable and very discreet. For these very good reasons, they’re a popular option amongst adults and teens.

Ceramic brackets provide a more attractive alternative to traditional metal braces, while smoother edges make for a more comfortable fit. The high-quality ceramic braces and elastics that we offer do not stain over the entire treatment process. We have a wide variety of Ceramic braces to fit each and every budget.

Dr. Robin Cook

Self-ligating Braces

Self-ligating braces are made from the same materials as traditional braces. However, self-ligating braces do not require the use of elastics, meaning less friction which results in faster and more comfortable treatment. Self-ligating braces come with traditional metal and ceramic brackets.

We bring to you the most advanced self-ligating technology in world from USA and Germany.

Dr. Robin Cook

Invisalign /Clear aligners

Clear aligners are a series of invisible, removable, and comfortable acrylic trays that straighten your teeth like braces. Not only are the aligners invisible, they are also removable, so you can eat and drink what you want during the treatment process. Brushing and flossing are less of a hassle for the patient on a daily basis. The aligners are very comfortable and have no metal to cause mouth abrasions during treatment. These braces require a proper planning and are suited for only a few selected cases.

These types of braces are especially suited in glamour industry and frequent travelers who need not visit the clinic frequently to get the braces tighten.

Dr. Robin Cook

Lingual/Invisible Braces

If you don’t want anyone to ever know that you are wearing braces, then invisible braces are the solution for you! We have treated models, lawyers, senior managers, hotel and airline crew with these braces. They could continue with their work as usual.

At Kids and Braces Superspeciality Dental Clinic, we use 3D CAD/CAM customized invisible braces made by the top laboratories across the globe – this gives the best results with invisible braces.

The CAD/CAM braces are very comfortable as compared to conventional lingual braces because of the low profile of the brackets and are very precise as well because of customized wires bent by robots leaving no margin for error.

Dr. Robin Cook