Your Treatment

Invisalign & invisalign Teen

The Invisible Solution

A clear option to straighten your smile! We have started over 150 Invisalign cases, as many adults and kids alike have seen the benefit of its particular design. The clear casing is practically invisible, and its removable feature give many patients great advantages

Metal Braces

You Can’t Beat the Classics

Metal braces have been fixing crooked teeth for decades. Out of all the available methods, they are known for both durability and excellent results. Metal braces are made of a series of metal brackets affixed to the front of the teeth, each connected by a wire. The bands fastened around each bracket can be personalized by a color scheme of the patient’s choice.


Ceramic Braces

A Lighter Option

Ceramic braces are useful for those who seek the effectiveness of traditional braces, but prefer more muted appearance. While the design remains similar, ceramic brackets are see-through, giving them an aesthetic advantage over their metal counterparts. When making the decision between the two, it should be noted that ceramic braces are made of a more fragile material.


Lingual Braces

Hidden and Just as Effective

Lingual braces use braces that are affixed to the back of the teeth, rather than the front. These brackets are each uniquely designed to match the shape of your teeth, meaning that each set is customized per customer. As a result, they are largely invisible to most onlookers. This makes them a popular choice for teenagers and older patients.


Early Treatment

Get a Headstart on Your Teeth

Many parents wonder how soon their child should be brought in for orthodontic treatment. The American Association of Orthodontics recommends your child’s first visit with an orthodontist happen by age 7.

While we rarely anticipate any major issues at this stage, as the mouth is still developing, early treatment can catch the initial signs that call for intervention. Left unchecked, it can lead to serious complications that require lengthier and more intensive treatment plans. Early intervention can spare both time and the wallet.


A Smile That Remains

Getting your teeth into the proper shape is only the first step. Luckily, the hardest part is over! However, in order to keep that smile, constant care must be taken to ensure that it doesn’t regress. Retainers must be worn per the orthodontist’s instructions so that yours is a smile to last.

Typically, for the first year or so, the retainer must be worn both night and day, with the exception of mealtimes. After enough time has passed, your orthodontist will give you the green light to wear the retainers only at night. Be vigilant about its daily use, otherwise the teeth will slowly shift back to their former state.