Information About Orthodontic Services

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Early orthodontic treatments can begin as early as the age of seven in order to correct issues with tooth development and bite alignment.

Adolescent orthodontic treatment can help to straighten the teeth for a healthier, more confident smile in patients around the ages of 11 – 13.

Adult orthodontic treatments can be provided at any age to help you achieve the smile that you have always wanted through various treatment options.

Space maintainers are used to hold teeth in place before all permanent teeth are fully developed in order to preserve a child's smile.

Palatal expanders may be necessary for younger patients who have a narrow upper arch or issues with their bite in order to widen the upper jaw.

A bite analysis is performed using advanced technology to get a better understanding of what may be causing a misaligned or painful bite.

3D digital x-rays are a low-radiation diagnostic tool that shows the teeth and jaw structures in great detail to enable accurate treatment planning.

Digital impressions will be used to accurately plan your orthodontic treatments and typically include images of both your upper and lower arches.

Traditional metal braces are effective for patients of all ages and offer effective, long-term solutions for many complicated dental conditions.

Invisalign is a popular and effective clear tooth-aligning device that helps patients attain the straight smile they want without traditional braces.

Designed with young patients in mind, Invisalign Teen helps to straighten teeth while keeping your teen on track with a handy blue dot indicator.

Clear teeth aligners work to straighten your smile over time without having to deal with the appearance of traditional metal braces.

Custom retainers help protect your orthodontic investment by helping you to maintain the position of your teeth once your braces have been removed.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.