What are Orthodontics?

Orthodontic treatment can correct a variety of problems concerning dentition and bite. You or a loved one may require orthodontic treatment because your teeth are crooked, crowded or unevenly spaced. Orthodontic treatment can even help with correcting overbites, underbites and open bites. Our goal is to offer high-quality orthodontic care that is personalized to each patient.

Why are Orthodontics needed?

Orthodontic treatment can be beneficial for both pediatric and adult patients. It is customized for each individual person, so you may be in braces for anywhere from six months to two or three years. Some of the problems that orthodontic treatment can address include:

• Open Bites, Underbites and Overbites
• Overcrowding
• Crooked Teeth
• Spaced Teeth

What makes you a good candidate for Orthodontics?

Most people have teeth that are slightly crooked, crowded or spaced. Because of this, the vast majority of our patients will benefit from this particular type of treatment option. You will first come in for a consultation so that we can determine which type of braces are right for you and any additional orthodontic treatment needed. We will help in discussing how orthodontic treatment can benefit your smile and what to expect while having the work done.

What can be expected with Orthodontic treatment?

The first step is coming into our office for a consultation. We will perform an examination to determine what type of treatment is needed and the extent of your orthodontic problems. Next, we’ll take x-rays and impressions so that we can further analyze your smile and create a personalized treatment plan. It is important that you keep up with your appointments while having orthodontic work done. This ensures that treatment goes according to plan and is working its best to correct your smile. We offer orthodontic treatment to both pediatric as well as adult patients who are interested in being fitted for braces.

If you would like to learn more about orthodontic treatment options for yourself or a loved one, call our office today and we’ll work to get you in for a consultation appointment.

"Every day I look forward to seeing a patient that has been reluctant to come to the dentist. It is very rewarding to be able to give that person the smile they deserve. I do this in hopes that they will share that smile with others."

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