Straighten Your Teeth and Improve Your Oral Health and Your Smile
Your teeth that are misaligned, crooked, or crowded can cause long-term oral health problems. Treatment with orthodontics and braces straighten and move your teeth into proper alignment.
Straight teeth for all ages
Orthodontics are effective regardless of your age. If you’re a child, a teenager, or an adult you can achieve straight teeth and a corrected bite.
Your orthodontic treatment begins with a full examination. Healthy teeth and gums are vital prior to beginning your treatment.
Decay, cavities, or disease can limit the effectiveness of your procedure. Any restorative treatment will be provided to assure that your straight teeth are healthy teeth.
Our traditional braces primarily use metal brackets. Metal braces have a reputation for precision when used to straighten your teeth.
Porcelain braces are available if you prefer a more natural looking orthodontic treatment. The porcelain material matches your tooth color while moving your teeth into proper and healthy alignment. Care is required as porcelain braces can chip and break.
Invisalign®️ clear, removable aligners provide a new and appealing solution for you and/or your teenager to experience a more attractive smile.
An investment in you and your family’s dental health and smile improvement
Your ability to brush and floss your teeth and to bite comfortably can be affected by tooth misalignment. Other problems include uneven tooth wear and painful inflammation in your jaw joints (TMJ).
Orthodontics solve these problems and more that are caused by crowded and misaligned teeth.
Improve your child’s oral health and avoid an extraction
Early orthodontic treatment can improve your child’s oral health also. Braces straighten and align your child’s teeth without the need for a tooth extraction. An early check-up before your child reaches age nine is recommended.
We offer flexible payment plans for orthodontic treatment. If you are interested in orthodontics, contact our clinic for an initial consultation and discover how this treatment could improve you or your family’s oral health.