Our Treatments

braces and aligners

Clear Aligners

Traditional Metal Braces

Ceramic Braces

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Spark and Invisalign aligners are an alternative to braces that offer a comfortable treatment experience with highly effective results. This treatment modality uses a set of clear and removable plastic trays to move your teeth incrementally every week. The aligners are resistant to staining and allow you to show off your beautiful smile while undergoing treatment!
Traditional metal braces are the most used and recognized type of braces. They offer highly predictable and effective results even in complex cases. Today’s metal braces are more comfortable than ever before. Also, remember that metal braces do not have to be boring, you can add colored elastics to each bracket to allow you to express your personality.
Ceramic braces are an aesthetic alternative to traditional metal braces. These braces are made of a clear material that makes them less noticeable than their shiny stainless-steel counterpart. However, ceramic braces are larger, more brittle, and require additional effort to keep clean. As a result, these braces are recommended to be used on the upper front teeth of older teenagers and adult patients who are willing to put in the extra work in exchange for less visible braces.

dental monitoring

Dental Monitoring is a cutting-edge technology that allows the doctor to monitor your progress without the need for you to step into our office. You simply download an app on your phone and follow the instructions to upload progress photographs with the aid of the ScanBox Pro.

Your doctor uses the online interface to check your progress, ensuring you are on track with your treatment. This technology allows you to spend less time in the treatment chair and more time doing the things you love, without compromising your results.

two phase or early orthodontic treatment

Two-phase or early orthodontic treatment is a treatment technique that allows the doctor to begin treating a patient while they still have their primary teeth. The main goal of early treatment is to guide the growth and development of the patient in a way that will avoid more complicated or invasive treatments later on in life. Having early treatment can help your child spend less time in braces, avoid extractions, avoid surgical orthodontics, and get the best results possible.

As implied by the name, two-phase treatment consists of two parts. One part of the treatment is completed around the age of 7-10. The second part of treatment takes place once the patient is a teenager, and almost always involves braces or aligners. When early orthodontic treatment is completed, the second phase is more efficient and effective.

surgical orthodontics

For select patients, braces or aligners cannot fully correct the orthodontic problem. In conjunction with orthodontic treatment, the patient may also need surgery to achieve a functional, esthetic and stable bite. Orthognathic surgery is a corrective jaw surgery performed by an oral surgeon to address significant skeletal discrepancies that affect the ability to bite, chew, speak, breathe and other routine activities. The patient has braces or aligners before and after the surgery to work on alignment and stabilize the surgical changes. With the latest technology and comprehensive treatment planning, we will determine if orthognathic surgery is the correct treatment option for you.

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our smile hall of fame

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