Solutions For Tooth Misalignment
MTM® Minimal Tooth Movement System is the least invasive way to straighten your crooked or tipped teeth, and if you only slight adjustments, MTM® may be the perfect fit for you.
According to Dr. Jack Ringer from Dental Cosmetics in Anaheim Hills, MTM® is the comfortable way to close the gap between your teeth. The Accredited Fellow with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry recommends coming in for a complimentary consultation to see if the MTM® minimal tooth movement system is right for you.
MTM® Minimal Tooth Movement System is a series of clear plastic aligners that are worn 20 to 22 hours every day. The minimal tooth movement system requires patients to remove the clear plastic aligners when eating, drinking, brushing, and flossing.
Depending on your custom-made MTM® plan, you will need between 11 and 31 aligners that are made to fit your teeth. Every week or two weeks, you will swap out a set of aligners for between 6 and 18 months.
Dr. Ringer explains that unlike conventional braces, which in some cases need to be worn for two years, MTM® can give you the perfect smile in as little as six months.
The MTM® Minimal Tooth Movement System from Southern California’s most popular dentist, can be used to:
- Fill gaps between teeth
- Fix tipped or rotated teeth
- Midline discrepancy
Old school wires and brackets can cause problems with tooth decay, as it is impossible to brush under the brackets. People who wear conventional braces need to be particularly diligent when it comes to oral hygiene. Because you remove your clear plastic aligners when you brush and floss, you are less likely to have problems with dental caries.
Other issues that can be a problem for people who wear wires and brackets include:
- Tooth Decay
- Gum Disease
- Bad Breath
Not everyone is a good candidate for MTM® Minimal Tooth Movement System. Call or click and schedule a no obligation consultation with Dr. Ringer to find out if this revolutionary tooth straightening system is right for you. Call or click today.