Braces are the most common form of orthodontic treatment. Patients typically have their braces on for eighteen to twenty four months, on average. Read More...
Clear braces combine the best of traditional brackets to deliver a discrete treatment experience. While they are more fragile than other types of braces, with proper care they can provide the same straightening power.
Invisalign is a virtually invisible solution. By using a series of clear, removable... Read More.
We use the Orthotain “OT” appliance for treatment of overbites easily before braces to make future treatments much easier, or in some cases even eliminate the need for further treatment Read More.
A palatal expander is an appliance that fits into the roof of your mouth (palate). It widens your palate to improve the way your upper and lower jaws and teeth fit together (your bite). Read More..
Patients have completed the “active” phase of treatment when their braces have been removed. The next phase begins when they receive their retainers. This is referred to as the “holding” or “retention” phase. Read More..
Separators are little blue rubber “doughnuts” that may be placed between your teeth to push them apart so that orthodontic bands may be placed during your next appointment. The separators will be removed before we place the bands. Separators do not mix well with sticky foods, toothpicks, or floss!