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For All Ages

Orthodontics for Children

The American Association of Orthodontists recommends children see an orthodontist around age seven. Early treatment helps correct jaw development, regulate arch width, create space for crowded teeth, and address behaviors like thumb sucking.

Warning signs for children:

  • Early or late loss of baby teeth
  • Difficulty chewing or biting
  • Mouth breathing
  • Finger, tongue, or thumb sucking
  • Crowded, misplaced, or blocked teeth
  • Abnormal jaw and teeth proportions

To schedule an orthodontic examination, call our office for a healthy, attractive smile.

Orthodontics for Teens

Learn about braces, retainers, and orthodontics! Braces come in various designs, materials, and colors, making them comfortable and fashionable. Treatment duration depends on early intervention, correction needs, and patient cooperation.

Brace options:

  • Ceramic braces
  • Invisible braces
  • Lingual braces
  • Traditional metal braces

Orthodontic braces are now a positive part of daily life. Book your appointment for a confident smile.

Orthodontics for Adults

One in five orthodontic patients is over 21. Adults seek treatment for malocclusion, spacing, jaw pain, and a desire for a healthier mouth. Treatment options include clear braces, ceramic braces, self-ligating braces, lingual braces, invisible braces, and traditional metal braces.

Adult orthodontics differences:

  • Completed jawbone growth
  • Issues like gum recession
  • Incomplete childhood orthodontic treatment

Aligned teeth ease oral care and boost self-confidence. Schedule an appointment to learn more about the benefits of adult orthodontics.