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Orthodontic treatment is an investment both in our teeth’s and in our body’s health. Over-crowding of teeth and abnormal bite lead to dental bone loss, gum withdrawal, dental cavities, tooth abrasion, teeth loss, discomfort and jaw joint pain. The potential of orthodontic practices in children, adolescents and adults treatment is constantly expanding regarding the correction of dentofacial and maxillofacial deformities through using differently fixed orthodontic appliances on the oral carriage. It’s never too late for a brackets treatment. However, treatment at younger age (up to 18) goes more easily. As for adults, since their bones don’t grow any longer, it might take a longer period of time. According to which dental surface the braces are fixed to, they can be divided into internal lingual braces and vestibular external braces. According to the material they are made from, braces can be metal, aesthetic and semi-aesthetic braces. Among them, there is no difference in the quality of treatment and in the final results. Braces do not cause teeth and gum diseases. Problems appear when food is stuck around them and it isn’t being cleaned well