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Orthodontics

Teeth alignment

Detecting a early malocclusion problem is essential to facilitating its simple and rapid correction. 

In the Orthodontics Department we offer effective solutions, personalised treatments and latest-generation technology to align the teeth of children and adolescents, resolve skeletal abnormalities and re-establish the morphological and functional balance of the face and the mouth.

Preventive Orthodontics

Early diagnosis of tooth eruption abnormalities, malocclusions and detection of problems in jaw growth.

It is not covered by public health

Interceptive Orthodontics — Children's Orthopaedics

In children 6-9 years of age, this is indicated to correct the width, length and height of the jaws, and to improve dental hygiene habits.

It is not covered by public health

Corrective Orthodontics

Teeth straightening using fixed appliances (aesthetic brackets, Invisalign and lingual orthodontics) for proper dental function and aesthetics.

It is not covered by public health

Surgical Orthodontics

Combined Orthodontics and Orthognathic Surgery treatments to correct severe defects.

It is not covered by public health

Treatment of birth defects

Our craniofacial unit provides multidisciplinary treatment of birth defects such as cleft lip and palate and craniofacial stenosis.

We have been following an early care protocol for more than 30 years, addressing the treatment of patients with birth defects in order to minimise cosmetic and functional abnormalities in children, within a supportive family environment.

Cleft lip and palate

Orthodontic treatment and surgery in patients with cleft lip and palate.

It is not covered by public health

Craniofacial defects

A multidisciplinary team (orthodontist, maxillofacial surgeon, speech therapist and otorhinolaryngologist) treats patients with craniofacial defects.

It is not covered by public health

Speech therapy consultation

Psycholinguistic treatment from birth in children with cleft lip and palate and other birth defects, with rehabilitation of muscle function and support for families.

It is not covered by public health

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