What are protective and incereptive orthodontics?

Protective orthodontics are an important part of preventive dentistry. Protective and preventive orthodontic aim to prevent an orthodontic problem in the future, ensure that precautions are taken in time without the need for dental treatment as much as possible. Apart from this, some bad habits that can be diagnosed at an early stage are aimed to go away. The treatments applied to the protective orthodontic are continuous and long term because of its nature.
Dentist, child and family cooperation is very important for preventive orthodontics. When there is no attention to oral care and hygiene, early milk tooth loss occurs in early ages. This situation causes orthodontic disorders. When children reach 1 year of age, the family is recommended to visit the dentist while they start having their first teeth. Dentists often inform parents about the extent of protective orthodontic treatment. your child will have a beautiful smile that will last for lifetime with the precautions taken on time. The orthodontist follows your child’s health, growth and development when treating him/her. He follows the disturbances or deviations that can occur in the teeth, jaws and face, and informs and guides the family in this regard.
The protective orthodontic determines a defect that can form in teeth or jaw From the birth of the child and It interferes immediately and prevents it from leading to worse results in the future. Detection and prevention of some bad habits that cause on face, jaw and teeth are in protective orthodontics treatment process. The orthodontist examines your child early by examining this habit and treats with some special equipments before leaving a permanent damage.
These bad habits; Long-tipped feeding bottles, pacifier, finger, lip, tongue sucking and biting, jamming-pushing between teeth, irregularity in swallowing, cheek bite, tongue overrunning, squeezing and grating, nail eating, oral respiration and speech disorders.
What is the difference between protective and interceptive orthodontic treatment?
Protective orthodontic treatment is Protective and stopper treatment. Protective orthodontic treatment is a treatment that prevents any orthodontic problem from occurring by identifying any condition that may cause orthodontic disorder. Stopping (preventive) treatment is a short-lived simple method of treatment that begins or immediately removes the cause of an already started orthodontic problem.
What is done in printerceptive treatment?
Regular checks
Decay treatment
Prevention of decays
Required removal of milk teeth
Use of placeholder in order to prevet tooth losses
What is done in interceptive and preventive treatment?
Treatment applications during regular checks
Ensuring proper closure of mouth and sieve
Closing the gap in the front teeth
Prevent in and Control of bad habits

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