Orthodontic coverage

1st phase: The 1st consultation

During the first consultation, the practitioner examines the patient and proposes one or more orthodontic treatment plans.

This first consultation allows patients to be informed of the progress of their future treatment, delays and funding.

2nd phase: Orthodontic assessment

It corresponds to the taking of photographs, radiographs, and digital fingerprint, allowing the practitioner to establish the diagnosis and the treatment plan of the patient.

3d phase: Installation of equipment

The orthodontic treatment begins!

Fitting and placement of transparent aligners or laying brackets on the teeth.

4th phase: Removal and restraint

When the practitioner considers the optimal correction, he then proceeds to remove the orthodontic equipment.

He then sets up the restraint which is essential for the good consolidation of the obtained results and does not cause any discomfort in the patient.

5th phase: Follow-up after treatment

Follow-up visits are scheduled 1 month after the device is removed, then 3 months after, then 6 months after.

Then it is advisable to make a control visit once a year.