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Orthodontic and Invisalign Treatment at Dento Faces Clinic: The Best in Dubai

As the best orthodontic and Invisalign treatment provider in Dubai, Dento Faces Clinic always provides high-quality treatment services that meet patient expectations.

Dentofacial surgery has the most straightforward procedures with the support of technologically advanced facilities. It is committed to continuing to be innovative, starting with a follow-up diagnosis to ensure the best treatment is presented to you.

Advanced technology facility support consists of the following: like CAD/CAM, Digital Oral Scanners, Green CBCT and OPG with the lowest radiation and a lot more to make sure that the best treatment will be done for you with the most comfort.
Straightening your teeth

Benefits of dental braces

  • Braces prevent bone erosion
  • Helps to improve speech problems like lisps
  • Fixing malocclusion problems
  • Helps to reduce the risks of TMJ disorders
  • Aides in improving oral hygiene

Dental Braces are wire-based appliances that serve a multitude of purposes such as treating the abnormalities of the teeth and the jaw, correcting bite problems, etc., With a team of expert orthodontists, we help to straighten and improve the appearance of your teeth, using our top quality braces in Dubai.

Additionally, our team of orthodontists in Dubai mentions that braces are an important element that helps to prevent root resorption or other periodontal diseases from affecting your oral health. At Dento Faces Clinic, we offer different types of braces that suit your dental care needs.

Benefits of dental braces
Types of braces in Dubai

Choose the best orthodontic treatments for you

Fixed Braces

Treatments with fox braces are attached to each tooth and connected by it to prevent problems due to uneven teeth. Permanently fixed braces are generally made of metal.


Retain teeth through tools to maintain them and the neat arrangement of teeth with several functions to correct bad habits such as pressing and grinding teeth up or down.

Functional Appliances

Functional appliances in orthodontics and Invisalign use modern, advanced tools according to the needs and interests of the patients. Treatment with the use of advanced tools will provide satisfactory results.


This tool is often used when doing sports or other strenuous activities such as boxing, rugby, football, basketball, field hockey, skiing, snowboarding, mixed martial arts, and wrestling with a high risk of sports injuries.

Removable Braces

Removable braces are non-permanent devices to help correct the position of the teeth. The braces aim to keep the position of the newly fixed teeth where they should be.

Metal Brackets

Metal brackets are made of aluminum with a distinctive silver color. It is used to correct the appearance of uneven teeth by providing pressure so the teeth can move to an ideal place.

Viazis Brackets

Viazis brackets use triangular brackets and square wires so that the crown and root of the tooth can be moved together. Viazis bracket pressure is relatively low to alleviate pain. Aligning the teeth with Vizis brackets takes only one year.

Self-Ligating Bracket

Self-ligating brackets are equipped with clips that lock the position of braces made of metal or ceramic. Compared to other types of stirrups, it has a better way of working and does not require you to control the dentist frequently.

Lingual Brackets

Lingual braces are braces that are installed on the inner surface of the teeth so that they are not visible from the outside. The braces' hidden location is behind the teeth, so they do not interfere with the overall aesthetics. The texture of the braces is thinner and curvier, ensuring the user's safety.


Invisalign is a tool that straightens messy teeth and is made of clear plastic. At first glance, it is similar to retainers used to preserve the teeth after removal. Invisalign's texture is also more flexible, practical, and comfortable for straightening teeth, with a transparent color.

Ceramic Brackets

It is made of ceramic material that has the same color as the teeth. Most people call it a transparent stirrup, and its use is more popular because it has a subtle appearance.

Clear Brackets

Clear brackets are more similar to metal braces and aim to correct orthodontic problems. It includes overbites, underbites, crooked teeth, and crowding.

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Procedure for Braces

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Initial Consultation

Your teeth and gums will be physically and radiographically inspected by the general dentist first. After examination, the dentist may determine that you need braces for your teeth. You are then suggested to an orthodontist for follow-up care.

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Orthodontic Examination

The orthodontist will examine your teeth and look for problems with alignment at this point. Then they will explain to you the best course of treatment, including the kind of braces that are suggested for the dental operation, how long it will take, and how much it will cost.

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Fitting of the Braces

The dentist will then proceed to place your braces in your mouth. To make the teeth more visible during the procedure, a cheek retractor is first inserted within the mouth.

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Teeth cleaning & Cementing

Before brackets are attached to the teeth, they are first polished, thoroughly cleaned, dried by air, and primed. In order to strengthen the bonding of the brackets, non-adhesive dental cement is first applied to the teeth and is then laser-cured.

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Placement of Arch Wires

The cheek retractor is taken off once the dental braces are in position, and the dentist then continues by attaching the arch wires in their place.

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Adjustment of Braces & Follow-up

Now that the dental braces are in place. The patient will then be advised by the dentist to schedule routine dental checkups. This is done to monitor the braces' alignment progress and, if necessary, to adjust or replace their elastic ties.

Procedure for Braces
When do I need to get braces?

When do I need to get braces?

  • When you observe visibly crooked or crowded teeth.
  • Brushing and flossing your crooked teeth becomes difficult
  • It progressively becomes more challenging to maintain proper oral hygiene.
  • Pressure on the jawline and jaw muscles.
  • The frequency of tongue biting becomes more often.
  • Making grinding or clenching noises when chewing food.
  • Speech impediment issues

Owing to these symptoms of misaligned or overcrowded teeth, our dentists highly recommend an orthodontic type of treatment that involves teeth braces with arch wires to straighten your teeth, followed by a retainer to maintain its alignment, and avoid relapses.


Orthodontics and Invisalign are forms of dental health care, especially for those who want white, neat, clean, and healthy teeth. The treatments will significantly give the teeth an aesthetic appearance without giving away any apparent signs of braces wear. 

Get a wide range of treatment options immediately only at Dentofaces, with satisfactory results. The services are 100% safe and secure. Get your consultations with our professionals via appointment by calling 050 3267300.
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Frequently asked questions

Our Most frequently asked questions.

Is Invisalign the same as orthodontics?

Invisalign and orthodontics are the same because they use the same technique, and it's just that Invisalign is the result of a more sophisticated and modern dental care industry revolution. The outcome is a good alternative that is easier to wear, more comfortable, and more beautiful.

Can you have both Invisalign and braces?

According to the experts, Invisalign and braces can only be used for a certain period. You can try an Invisalign treatment to brighten the color of your teeth or correct various orthodontic issues.

How long does Invisalign treatment take?

Invisalign treatment takes approximately six months. It starts with installing Invisalign on the teeth' surface to align them first. The purpose is to push the teeth into the position that the dentist has planned. Generally, results appear in the first two weeks of use.

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