Two-phase orthodontic treatment combines tooth straightening with physical, facial changes—resulting in improved functional and aesthetic stability throughout your child’s life.
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a joint located in front of the ear where the skull and lower jaw meet. It allows the lower jaw to move. Treatment ranges from minimal dental care to surgery.
You deserve a beautiful smile. With Clarity ceramic brackets, you’ll have a lot to smile about! Clarity brackets can give you the same orthodontic results without the need for large, noticeable metal braces.
More comfortable today than ever before, metal braces are still a viable and traditional approach to care. Made from stainless steel, metal braces align teeth using metal brackets and archwires.
Braces are designed to straighten teeth for cosmetic and hygienic benefits. Confident and healthy smiles are always the intended outcome of orthodontic treatment.
Now, more than ever before, adults are experiencing the wonderful benefits of orthodontics. According to the American Association of Orthodontists, one in five patients is over the age of 21.
The American Association of Orthodontists recommends waiting for visits until around age seven. At this age, kids usually have baby and adult teeth. In some cases, the earlier a problem is discovered, the easier it is to correct without surgery.
Orthodontic treatment creates beautiful smiles and increases confidence. Overbites typically cannot be corrected with simple braces. But, in conjunction with braces, The Herbst appliance helps the lower jaw develop in a forward direction.
With Incognito orthodontic braces, no one will even know you are wearing braces! These unique braces are placed behind your teeth and created using state-of-the-art technology. Incognito braces are the only 100% customized, invisible, fixed braces system on the market today.
Mouthguards protect your teeth and gums from injury. They also help lessen or prevent the severity of injuries associated with concussions caused by hits or blows to the jaws. If you participate in athletics, it’s recommended that you wear a mouthguard.