Aesthetic considerations during orthodontic treatment, some patients are as important as other factors of effectiveness of treatment, such as the convenience of use of the appliance, the pain that can cause and the duration of treatment.
The most commonly used devices currently continue to be the Brackets of Sapphire. The introduction to the market of the lingual orthodontics, has provided a very important advantage in the aesthetic factor for patients, however I present functional difficulties, its adaptation to be very long, under these negative factors, few years ago shows a new system called INCOGNITO.
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Many studies investigated and examined the perception of recovery of the adult patient, comparing the use of three different orthodontic appliances: buccal, lingual and Invisalign, to assess the pain and the consumption of pills against pain. In addition were evaluated: the oral dysfunction, if had eating disorders, General variables of the activities of the patient and oral symptoms.
Devices associated with the pain more intense and higher consumption of analgesics, most oral and general dysfunction, worship and more difficulties in the recovery, were the lingual braces. Essentially the patients complained of significant levels of pain in the early days of the implementation of these aligners
The orthodontic treatment for adults, in recent years have increased popularity, being its largest election the lingual orthodontics or INVISALIGN invisible.
Research, showed that women under 40 years of age, choose preferably the INVISALIGN invisible orthodontics, rather than Brackets of Sapphire, the reason: aesthetic, functional, and professional compared to the tongue.
If we compare the Brackets of Sapphire and the tongue, no differences were observed for the time of its adaptation, both need more or less a month so that the patient is already accustomed to their use. In some patients there is difficulty to speak and irritation of the tongue.
If we compare Sapphire with INVISALIGN braces, they showed significant differences, with oral orthodontics, had more discomfort, pain, more analgesic consumption, less functionality and psychological disturbances. Also INVISALIGN adaptation was previously a week.
Patients are much involved in the choice of the orthodontic technique, they have taken interest in the very active, with an emphasis on quality of life during treatment, inquired about the effect of the chosen technique and dental problems in subjective well-being. Until now only made comparisons on the adaptation of available devices: Invisalign, buccal and lingual, this comparison indicates the adjustability to the 3 apara you named, they are evaluated in differences in functional areas and adaptation.
Some degree of discomfort during the meal, relates to tooth sensitivity, during chewing. Also differences in sleep patterns in which used lingual and buccal, finding more sleep disorders in which used tongue, lingual orthodontics patients suffer more lesions on the tongue, which is active 24 hours a day, causes irritation and constant pain. Oral deterioration and general activity with INVISALIGN, levels were similar to those patients using oral and a lot less with the lingual patients.
Considering these results, we see a difference in the complexity and the index of irregularity, Invisalign cases, tended to be minor irregularities and complexity, due to the limitations of the technique itself.
Compare the three techniques: orthodontics, Invisalign, lingual orthodontics and vestibular
In summary and in conclusion the lingual presents more severe pain and increased analgesic consumption, greater oral and general dysfunction in addition to long and difficult recovery.
Invisalign patients complained of relatively high levels of pain only in the first few days, however, this group is characterized by low oral symptoms and similar level of alterations of the activity in general and oral dysfunction, compared to Brackets of Sapphire. [banner_abajo]