No. While many of our patients are referred by their family dentist, many of our patients are curious about their options and schedule without a recommendation.
The American Association of Orthodontists recommends your child be evaluated by an orthodontist by age seven. Early detection of issues allows for a more effective treatment potentially avoiding more difficult treatment later.
The amount of time a patient spends in braces will vary depending on their individual needs. Each smile responds differently to treatment. Treatment time can take anywhere between six and 30 months but the average treatment takes about 24 months.
The cost of braces can vary greatly depending on your individual treatment plan. During your free consultation we will discuss the costs and all the payment options.
While childhood is the ideal time to make changes in the positioning of teeth, orthodontic treatment is not exclusive to children and teens. Age typically is not a factor but overall health of your gums and the bone which supports your teeth can be.
Yes! In fact it is more important than ever! It can be challenging to keep teeth free of plaque when you’re wearing braces and your dentist can help you avoid problems with frequent cleanings and exams.
Your smile is important, that’s why you need to be extremely cautious and vigilant about it. Schedule an appointment with a reputable orthodontist if you or your children have any of the following problems:
Make sure that you visit your dentist periodically. Brush your teeth often and avoid sticky, chewy, or crunchy foods.
Tooth extractions are not necessary every time. In some cases, an extra tooth needs to be removed. But there are a few ways around it if there aren’t any consequences to the overall alignment and structuring of your teeth.
We have flexible payment options. You can finance your treatment through any medium that you want.
Yes, we have invisible treatment options that are designed not to affect your looks.