What We Do

Fixed Mechanotherapy

Fixed mechanotherapy is commonly carried out by bonding metallic or tooth-colored ceramic brackets over the teeth to bring malaligned teeth into proper occlusion and restore function and esthetics.

Fixed appliances help in the alignment of teeth, thus enhancing the smile of the patients which is not only esthetically pleasing but also, harmonious with the soft tissue and skeletal structure.

Myofunctional and Orthopaedic

Myofunctional appliances are given to young, growing children to bring back the abnormal functioning muscles to normalcy, thus promoting the normal growth of the jaws and restoring proper function. It aims at correcting jaw discrepancies at an earlier stage, therefore reducing the probability of surgical corrections later.

Mini Implants

A temporary anchorage device (mini implant) is a device that is temporarily fixed to the bone to enhance orthodontic anchorage either by supporting the teeth of the reactive unit or by obviating the need for the reactive unit altogether and is subsequently removed after use. They can be located transosteally, subperiosteally, or endosteally; and they can be fixed to bone either mechanically or biomechanically.

The incorporation of TADs into orthodontic treatment made possible infinite anchorage, showing no movement (zero anchorage loss) as a consequence of reaction forces.


The world’s first clear aligners, Invisalign allows you to transform your smile discreetly and comfortably with virtually invisible removable braces – no need for any wire or brackets. It uses a series of virtually invisible custom-made aligners to gradually straighten your teeth

Esthetic Braces (Ceramic)

Advanced orthodontics now offers an option for a faster, nearly invisible, and maintenance-free treatment. It is a clear alternative to metal braces, using clear tooth-colored brackets. They are less noticeable, which means you can smile with confidence. They are a great choice for both adults and children.

Lingual Orthodontics

Lingual braces are one of the “invisible” treatment methods that orthodontist offers. For the most part, they look like conventional dental braces that have been mounted on the backside (lingual, tongue side) of your teeth. The main advantage of lingual braces is their near invisibility compared to the standard braces, which are attached to the buccal sides of the tooth.