Orthodontic Treatment | Bangkok, Pattaya & Phnom Penh, Cambodia | Denta-joy




Metal Brackets

Conventional metal braces are much different than the large and bulky appliances of years past. Today’s metal braces are much smaller, more comfortable and less noticeable. You also have the option of adding color to your braces at each visit – a fun way to brighten your smile. Metal braces are offered in contact sports where durability is a must.

These state of the art brackets are aesthetic and comfortable with a high performance design. They are preadjusted in torque, tip in and out to be very effective when used with super elastic nickel titanium arch wires.

Advantages of metal braces

DAMON Brackets

Extraordinary smiles and faces
Faster treatment time
No extractions in most cases
Greater comfort without tightening
Fewer office visits  

More than just straight teeth

The Damon System is not just a new product, it’s a whole new way of treating patients. Conventional treatment often requires removal of healthy teeth and/or the use of palatal expanders to make space. This approach is often uncomfortable, takes longer, and can leave a narrower arch and a flat profile. Damon smiles are full, natural 10-tooth smiles achieved with light biologically-sensible forces, and are specifically designed to improve the overall facial result of each patient.

Braces are the beginning, but the system makes the smile.

Certified Damon System doctors combine three key components, which when used together, deliver faster treatment, fewer appointments, greater comfort, and consistent high-quality results:

    1. Damon passive self-ligating braces
      that eliminate the need for elastic or metal “ties”. With Damon tie-less braces you can experience treatment without tightening.
    2. Light high-technology shape-memory wires

      that move teeth faster and require fewer adjustments.

    3. A clinically proven treatment approach
      that aligns your teeth and enhances your facial aesthetics  usually without extractions or rapid palatal expanders.


The principle of orthodontics is re positioning teeth by gradual force, causing the tooth to move. The doctor will carefully plan the treatment. In addition, fixture adjustments are necessary, so regular visit is necessary to keep the treatment going.

duration of treatment

Typically, it takes about 2-5 years, depending on the complexity of case and the structure of each tooth. So the time may not be the same in each person. The doctor will determine the nearest estimate for each case.


Normally, Orthodontics can be started at age where all permanent teeth have erupted, in exception to a few cases. Before the treatment a consultation with a dentist is best to find the correct and appropriate treatment.

FAQ: Orthodontics

Q: Why Orthodontics at Denta-joy

1984 : Lingual Techinque
Dentajoy has been providing Lingual technique since 1984, as a matter of fact, our orthodontist is one of the pioneer in this field and is a Chartered member of American Association of Lingual Orthodontics and is a Diplomate, American Board of Orthodontics.

2001 : Invisalign
Dentajoy has been providing Invisalign since 2001. Invisalign. With breakthrough technology that lets you have the smile you’ve always wanted – without the hassle of braces.

2007 : Top Invisalign provider in Asia Pacific
Dentajoy is the dental center in Thailand with the status of Invisalign Platinum Elite Provider awarded by Align Technology, Inc. (Invisalign INTERNATIONAL) in recognition of being the top Invisalign treating orthodontists in the Asia Pacific Region.


Q: How long does Orthodontic treatment take?

A: It depends on many factors such as the initial dental condition of the patient, compliance of patients, especially in attending dental appointments. On the average, duration is between 18 and 36 months.


Q: Is tooth extraction still necessary?

A: It depends on the dentist and current dental condition. For some cases, extraction is necessary to achieve optimum results or even to get the treatment possible to start with.


Q: What is the difference between DAMON and conventional braces?

A: Damon is a type of bracket that uses a door opener to insert and fasten a wire instead of using rubber to wire. Lesser tightness is experienced on the patient’s part, because there is no wire tension.

Before After
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step 1

Visit the dentist for initial consultation

step 2

Take x-rays and other dental records required

step 3

Dental scaling is recommended before treatment

step 4

Installment of Orthodontic fixture

step 5

Regular dental appointments

step 6

De-banding of braces and preparing for retainers