Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that studies the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of anomalies and deformities of the jaw-tooth system.
Statistically, 90% of the world's population has a more or less pronounced anomaly of the jaw-tooth system, at least half of which require orthodontic intervention. Orthodontic treatment is
needed not only to eliminate aesthetic discomfort, but also to prevent further complications of misalignment such as premature tooth loss, abnormal wear, mandibular dysfunction, and periodontal problems.
Treatment of some occlusal anomalies is necessary to begin at an early age to prevent improper development of the jaws. In case of delay, getting the proper result can be possible only with
the help of surgical intervention.