Your irregular bite, crooked teeth and disproportionate jaw relationships will be gone after treatment with us.
Orthodontic Treatment Benefits
An orthodontists we use a range orthodontic appliances and treatments, including braces and Invisalign®. Specialty appliances may be utilized to correct various other issues.
We consider your entire look, more than your teeth. Details. Micro-aesthetics. Tooth proportion in height and width, gingival shape and contour and other dental attributes.
Improve Your Lifestyle
Orthodontic treatments lead to a variety of life benefits. More comfort during eating. Reduction in grinding and wear of teeth. Improvements in confidence.
Improve Tooth Spacing
We eliminate spacing problems which come from too much or little room between teeth. Crowding can cause premature tooth loss. Gaps can cause food impaction. Both gaps and crowding cause improper bite and poor looking smiles.
Aligning Tips of Teeth
A misplaced midline often indicates an improper bite and/or missing teeth. This is when the center line between upper and lower front teeth do not match with a center line.
Straightening Crooked Teeth
Crooked teeth are common as people vary outside of normal denture patterns. That’s why millions of people go through orthodontic treatments.
Correcting Improper Bite
Malocclusion is the misalignment of teeth when the jaw closes, also known as a “poor bite.” There are many factors which contribute to incorrect relationships between teeth.
Improve Oral Health
A straight smile is a beautiful smile. A beautiful smile is a healthy smile. Straight teeth are easier to clean and care. They contribute to better oral hygiene for teeth, gums and body
New techniques and materials today make orthodontic treatment more comfortable than ever. Discomfort, if any, is shortlived.
– American Association of Orthodontists
Great smile. Great lifestyle. Great benefits for you.
With crooked teeth increased dental plaque buildup is common. Bacterial proliferation between teeth increases potential for gum disease and can lead to heart problems. Straight teeth eases hygiene and can improve your health.
Your smile is one of the first things people notice when meeting you. A smile is a big part of making a first impression. A smiling face tells people that you’re positive, outgoing and worth getting to know.
Emotions are contagious. When you smile your brain releases endorphins and serotonin which improves mood and relieves stress. Smiling makes you feel better inside and appear more attractive to others.