What is Orthodontics ?
The word Orthodontics, which comes from the orthodontic or orthodox Greek root, is one of the most important branches of dentistry. Orthodontists are dentists who have gained expertise in this field and have completed the necessary training.
Who Becomes an Expert Orthodontist?
The specialty is called “orthodontics and jaw orthopedist”. In order to become an orthodontist, after completing a five-year dental dentistry degree, it must be passed through various stages in order to become a specialist dentist. In order to obtain specialization in dentistry, according to success of the DUS (Entrance Examination for Specialization in Dentistry) after graduation, the assistants will be employed in the relevant departments of the preferred universities. After an average of 4-6 years of duty, a thesis presentation is given to be an Orthodontist.
Orthodontists allow the jaws to regulate their relationship with each other in cases where the jaws are broken due to lack of function due to genetic reasons, function deficits, as well as correcting the teeth with gaps between them due to irregularity due to space limitation or incompatibility between tooth and jaw sizes.
Take care to make orthodontic treatments by orthodontists.
Interventions with significant and lasting consequences, such as orthodontic treatment, may have undesirable consequences if they are not performed by a specialist orthodontist dentist who has received the academic expertise and is theoretically and practically competent in this area.
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