Treatments

Metal Braces:

Many people opt for tooth-colored braces because they find them more aesthetically appealing, but metal braces are generally a better option. Because tooth-colored braces are made from thinner materials, they don’t work as quickly as regular braces do. Other cosmetic treatments, such as bonding or veneers, might seem appealing; however, these methods do not offer permanent straightening of the natural teeth. With metal braces, you can enjoy a beautiful, straight smile for the rest of your life in most cases… More about Metal Braces

Clear Braces:

Not so long ago, straightening teeth and aligning the bite required about two years of wearing conspicuous and unattractive metal braces. While metal braces are still widely used and are very effective at helping you achieve a great smile, you now have other options that do not draw unwanted attention to your mouth. Wearing braces with clear or tooth-colored brackets is… More about Clear Braces

Invisalign:

Everyone deserves to have a beautiful and healthy smile. However, whether for personal or professional reasons, the idea of traditional metal braces is not always appealing. Furthermore, the pain associated with braces, from constant tightening and metal wires poking out all over your mouth, is far from pleasant. Don’t you wish that there were a method to straighten your teeth in a way that was less painful and virtually invisible? Introducing Invisalign, the answer to your… More about Invisalign

Surgical Orthodontics:

You might think of orthodontia as nothing more than the placement of braces to straighten crooked teeth. In the case of the younger child, this would be correct. For teenagers and adults, however, any abnormality of the jaw might call for something more. When a misalignment or deformity of the bone precludes the achievement of a proper bite through braces alone, surgical orthodontics can… More about Surgical Orthodontics

Braces 101:

If you have braces or will be getting them soon, it is important that you know how to take care of them. The better you treat your braces, the more success you will see throughout your orthodontic treatment… More about Braces