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Carac Giorgiana Meriem, Romania
star star Feb 2020

O experiență de ne uitat cu oameni minunați ,sufletești , cu o experiență enormă. Am recomandat deja tuturor prietenilor care au nevoie de intervenția gastrice ,GS ,GBOTOX, ETC cu toata increderea .Sunteti cei mai minunați oameni din viata mea ,a doua mea familie deoarecec miati dat sansa la o nouă viață!!!!De aceea va voi respecta si va voi IUBI PE TOTI!!!!! de la un cap la altul, de la mic la mare RECOMAND 100% TOATE SERVICIILE ACORDATE !!!!!!

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star star Jan 2020

The first time I had some doubts about the intervențion , Due to the fact that the hair regenerates periodic,what I can say is that the result of a hair transplant is 100% successful. This revival comes after a period of 9 months waiting to see the result of the intervention. I recommend Flymedi and of course I recommend the person who was near me during the intervention Mr Mustafa. Mr. Mustafa is a person I rarely met. I can say that everything related to professionalism is on his side. I recommend to all those who want to have professional interventions, to have the highest confidence in Flymedi. Thank you Flymedi !

TR Z, Belgium
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I came across FlyMedi online while looking for medical tourism options for septorhinoplasty in Turkey. I was contacted by FlyMedi's Nadia via email within hours of submitting for more information on their website. Nadia made herself available 24/7 via email and WhatsApp, even as I traveled across multiple time zones. Nadia provided multiple options in multiple locations with pros and cons and for each and stayed in touch throughout the process. I already recommended FlyMedi and specifically Nadia to friends and family considering Turkey for any medical tourism they may be considering. Thank you Nadia!

Adam, United Kingdom
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I'd been researching the procedure for a while and the cost in Australia was significantly higher than in Turkey. I came across the Flymedi website and within hours of submitting an enquiry, Nadia had reached out. She provided multiple quotes with different options, background on the doctors and hospitals. Nadia was available 24/7 and really helped me through everything from start to finish. Great business idea, exceptional staff and great customer service

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star star Jan 2020

I am really happy that I have planned my operation through Flymedi. Robin took great care of me and was always there for me and made everything possible. I had a breast lift and tummy tuck and had liposuction by Dr. Asli Datli. MedicalPark in Istanbul. she is a super doctor, the results has become very nice and was also there well cared for. Nurse Yeliz is adorable and has always been by my side. She was also always available and answered all my questions. I have felt very well, thanks again to all I am very satisfied.

Recommended For Braces

Dental braces, also known as orthodontic braces or simply braces, are recommended for individuals with one or more of the following: 

● Crooked teeth 
● Gapped teeth 
● Overcrowding 

● Crossbites 
● Open bites 
● Overbites 
● Underbites 
● Malocclusions 

Not Recommended For Braces

Dental braces or orthodontic braces are not recommended for patients with one or more of the following: 

● Deficient teeth 
● Tooth decay 
● Paradontosis 
● Poor oral hygiene 
● Oral cavity inflammation 

● Patients suffering from diabetes

Number Of Trips Abroad

The entire treatment usually requires trips every 4-8 weeks

Minimum Stay

1 to 4 days per trip

Overview

Dental braces for teethor orthodontic braces are special dentistry devices applied by orthodontists in order to correct, align, and straighten teeth. Most patients opting for this procedure have one or more of the following:

  • Malocclusions
  • Overbites
  • Deep bites
  • Open bites
  • Crossbites
  • Crooked teeth
  • General flaws of the teeth and jaws

While most patients opt to use dental braces alone, as a cosmetic measure, others combine dental braces with other orthodontic treatments, such as widening the palate or widening the jaws.  

 

Braces for teeth come in different types, including:

Preparation

The dentist will need to see a set of dental x-rays before the treatment can begin. The dentist will analyze these x-rays and decide if the orthodontic braces are the right choice for the patient.

How It Is Performed

Most patients ask themselves how braces work. Here is the full procedure explained: Firstly, the teeth of the patient are checked and inspected thoroughly in order to see if this is the right procedure. Impressions of the teeth are then taken before carefully analyzing the patient's x-rays. By analyzing the x-rays and impressions, the dentist is able to determine the best treatment plan for the patient. Sometimes digital models can be created, and the patient will be able to see the results of the treatment even before starting it.

This type of orthodontic treatment can take between six months and two years, depending on the state of the patient's teeth. In some cases, surgery might be necessary before undergoing this treatment. The amount of time it takes to put the brakes on and the amount of time needed to keep them on are heavily dependent on the issue the patient is facing, and the types of dental braces applied. Generally speaking, adhesive and bonding cement is used to apply the braces and keep them in place.

Recovery

Patients will be required to visit the dentist regularly for adjustments – usually between 4 and 10 weeks after the orthodontic braces are fitted. During these appointments, the orthodontist can evaluate the patient's teeth and any progress made, while at the same time ensuring the desired result is achieved.

Risks

Orthodontic braces risks and complications can include: 

● Increased risk of tooth decay 
● Difficulty speaking 
● Mouth sores 
● Allergic reaction to the dental braces 
● Plaque 

Side Effects

Dental braces side effects can include the following: 

● Discomfort and pain, especially immediately after the dental braces are fitted 
● Soreness 
● Tenderness of the gums 

Success Rates

Reviews set the average dental braces success rate at 69.5% for adults and 100% for young adults such as teenagers.

Before And After

Before and after braces pictures might seem appealing, but patients are required to devote extra care for their teeth while having the braces in place. One of the biggest issues patients are facing is plaque – which can form very easily and lead to tooth decay or cavities. Brushing is mandatory for all patients, and mouthwashes are highly recommended during the treatment.

The total treatment time depends on several factors, including:

  • The patient’s dental health
  • The state of the supporting bone tissue
  • The corrections which need to be made
  • Any other dental issues the patient may be having

After finishing their orthodontic treatment, patients will need to wear a retainer during the day and night for at least six months. After this period has ended, the retainer will only be worn during the night. The retainer’s role is to keep the teeth in their new position.

Faq

- What kind of foods do I need to avoid while wearing dental braces?  Hard foods and sticky foods need to be avoided during the orthodontic braces treatment. Taffy, caramel, hard pretzels, and carrots can actually damage the braces themselves and prolong the treatment. 

- What is the least visible type of dental braces? 
Invisalign braces, as the name suggests, are a type of invisible braces, but it has several disadvantages. 

- At what age should my child have orthodontic treatment? The sooner, the better – certain conditions such as teeth crowding, underbites, overbites, and others are much easier to correct when the patient is young, and the jaw is still growing. This doesn't necessarily mean that the treatment won't work for adults as well, but if the patient is young, the treatment will take less time, and the results will be better.

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This content is written and reviewed by our medical content team in August, 2019.