In contrast to other dental treatments, orthodontics is a relatively long process that consists of numerous meetings.
That’s why choosing the right orthodontist is such an important decision!
In addition to the fact that you should choose an expert, you should also choose an orthodontist who is professional, reliable, pleasant; one who respects your time and strives to achieve a perfect result.
In addition to these qualities, which Dr. Fleissig possesses, he’s also his patients’ favourite, creates a calm, confident and pleasant atmosphere during the treatment, finds the patient’s motivation and channels it toward the treatment’s success.
According to the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) – at the age of 7!
Any dentist allowed legally do orthodontic treatments
Not every dentist is an orthodontics specialist!
An orthodontics expert is a dentist who studied orthodontics 4 more years (in addition to the 6 obligatory years any dentist goes through) and by the end of it, underwent a theoretical and a practical exam under the supervision of an examining committee, elected by the Ministry of Health, consisting of the best orthodontists in Israel, who have examined his knowledge and skills and decided that he is qualified to become an orthodontics expert.
Hold on a second… So how do I know who is an orthodontics expert?!…
Click Here>> and request to see an Orthodontics Expert license issued and signed by the Ministry of Health.
Invisalign is the name of an orthodontic product which uses clear aligners that are planned and created digitally and are worn by the patients on their teeth.
The aligners are switched every 7 to 10 days, and this way the teeth gradually straighten until the smile is absolutely perfect.
In the last years, we are witnessing a steady rise in the number of adults (above the age of 18) who want to undergo orthodontic treatments, and for this reason exactly new systems of treatment have been developed to make the orthodontic proccess more aesthetic and comfortable.
To be honest, these are questions you should ask any doctor before starting an orthodontic treatment: