Ever thought of straightening your teeth without the inconvenience of braces? Invisalign may be a good option for you. This system utilizes a series of clear aligners that straighten your teeth. You can continue to eat foods you love chowing with Invisalign, not worrying about breaking off braces. Isn’t that wonderful? You’ll be informed at the consultation if Invisalign is suited for you.
We offer state of the art metal braces, as well as self ligating braces. Metal braces of today are not as bulky as the braces your parents wore thirty years ago. They can be dressed up with any color of the rainbow to go with your personality or mood at the time. The fact of the matter is, we have over 20 colors for you to choose from, and you can change the colors at every appointment.
Clear (Ceramic) Braces
Our clear braces are aesthetically superior They are a milled piece of sapphire and are far less noticeable. These are a great option if you’re not interested in using colored elastics and are a popular choice for our adults patients.
Following your active orthodontic phase, you enter what everyone calls the retention stage of treatment. When your treatment is finished, you’ll be given a set of retainers that are included in your original fee. The type of retainer given varies with every patient, but most will be upper and lower invisible retainers. Retention is for life and it is imperative that you wear retainers as prescribed by your dentist to keep your teeth straight.
Orthognathic (Jaw) Surgery
Sometimes if the imbalance between the upper and lower is too severe, then braces alone are not the best treatment. In these cases, your treatment would include jaw surgery (orthognathic surgery) in addition to braces.
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