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First Visit 

During your first visit we will show you what braces are and how they work and will answer basic questions regarding your needs and our practice. Afterward we will take digital photos and x-rays, followed by a visual exam to determine if an orthodontic problem exists. If the examination reveals a problem, the diagnosis and proposed treatment plan will then be discussed, as well as the probable length of treatment and total treatment fee.

Orthodontics recommendations can be the result of various dental conditions that affect the look and health of your teeth, including:


  • Poor oral care and habit like thumb sucking

  • Early/late loss of baby teeth

  • Chewing/biting difficulties

  • Crowding, misplaced or protruding teeth

  • Chronic biting injury 

  • Grinding/clenching teeth


No matter what your age, you can benefit from orthodontic treatment. Our orthodontics services cover a variety of orthodontics appliances based on your teeth and alignment needs. These include  fixed braces, removable braces and Invisalign devices. Our experienced orthodontists have the expertise to treat and correct overcrowding, misaligned, or crooked teeth. 

Dental Equipment

Metal Braces

Our traditional or metal braces use advanced and innovative tech nology to make them smaller, faster, more comfortable and more effective.  

Metal braces are popular among children and adolescent patients. They work by applying the braces to the teeth and connecting them with a wire. The wire is tied to the braces using elastic ties, which come in an array colors to choose from. This requires care and attention and good oral hygiene is a must throughout treatment.

Lingual Braces

Lingual braces behind the teeth are the most specialized orthodontic system on the market. Lingual braces are ideal for those who want the effects of braces, but are apprehensive about showing them, especially well-suited for adults who do not want noticeable braces, but also have complex orthodontic needs. Unlike standard brackets, which are mass-produced, lingual braces require a custom-made bracket for each tooth. This type of braces provides complete invisibility, full customization to your specific teeth.



Ceramic Braces

Ceramic braces are made of clear, tooth colored material. They are discreet and less visible but they work in the same way as metal braces, but are more discreet and less visible. Ceramic braces are most popular among esthetically-driven adolescents and adults patients who want to straighten their teeth in a discreet and affordable way.  Ceramic braces are slightly larger than metal braces and can stain depending on your diet and brushing habits. 


Invisalign is the invisible way to straighten your teeth without braces. Invisalign uses a series of clear, nearly undetectable, removable aligners to straighten your teeth without metal wires or brackets. It has been proven effective in clinical research and in orthodontic practices nationwide. It is invisible, so no one can tell you’re straightening your teeth. Now you can smile proudly during treatment as well as after. It is also removable, so you can eat and drink what you want while in treatment. 



Self-ligating Brace

Self-ligating braces work alike to metal and ceramic braces (also available in metal or clear/ceramic material). Similarly they also rely on braces and a wire to move the teeth.


The difference between self-ligating braces compared to metal or ceramic braces is that self-ligating braces use doors or clips to hold the wire in place, rather than elastic rubber ties. This type of braces is recommended for patients who are more sensitive to discomfort, those who cannot sit still in the dental chair for very long, and patients with developmental delays. Self-ligating braces result in mildly shorter appointment times because of how easy they are to adjust. 


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