Traditional Braces

Braces are one of the most common orthodontic treatments around. They are an effective way of correcting one’s bite, which is the way the upper and lower teeth fit together. Braces are also great for improving aesthetics by creating straight and attractive smiles. Additionally, constant advancements in dental technology have made traditional braces more seamless and comfortable than ever.

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If you have misaligned teeth, clear aligners, like Invisalign, are a great option. They will get you great results without having to wear traditional braces. You will receive a series of removable aligners that are almost completely unnoticeable while you’re wearing them. Invisalign treatment uses gentle pressure without wires and metal brackets to properly align the teeth. Aligners can be briefly removed while eating or cleaning the teeth, but it is recommended that they are worn for about 22 hours daily to achieve the best results.

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Phase I Orthodontics

The primary objective of this first phase is to prepare your child’s jaw size to accommodate the development of permanent teeth. The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends that your child get a check-up with an orthodontist at the first recognition of the existence of an orthodontic problem, but no later than age 7.  Getting a start on potential problems early is crucial, as we can often fix issues before they start to affect permanent teeth. While many children won’t require immediate treatment at this age, our orthodontist will recommend when and how best to proceed.

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Adult Orthodontics

According to the American Association of Orthodontics, one in four orthodontic patients is an adult. We gladly treat adults in addition to children. If you need orthodontics as an adult, we are here to help. We can make your treatment as seamless and invisible as possible.

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Orthognathic Surgery

In certain more severe situations, patients may need Orthognathic Surgery — also known as corrective jaw surgery – to fully correct their bite. The procedure consists of the bones of the upper jaw, lower jaw, or both. The jaws can be lengthened, shortened, moved up or down, or in or out. This ultimately solves both functional and aesthetic issues.

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