BRACES

Traditional metal braces use constant, gentle pressure, which over time, move teeth into their proper positions.

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BRACES

for KIDS

Phase 1  Early Treatment for Kids

By the age of 7, the first adult molars erupt, establishing the back bite. During this time, an orthodontist can evaluate front-to-back and side-to-side tooth relationships.

  • Creating room for crowded, erupting teeth

  • Creating facial symmetry through influencing jaw growth

  • Reducing the risk of trauma to protruding front teeth

  • Preserving space for unerupted teeth

  •  Reducing the need for tooth removal

  •  Reducing treatment time with braces

BRACES

for TEENS

Many teens get their braces during this time! This is because their teeth are fully grown and ready to get correction for a beautiful smile! The amount of treatment needed to correct a problem will determine how long the process takes. Different patients react to treatments differently, so while it may take one patient only 12 months to complete their treatment, it may take another patient 24 months. Treatment times can vary depending on how quickly your body responds and how much work is needed to give you the show-stopping smile you expect.

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BRACES

for ADULTS

It is never too late to get braces! People of all ages get braces. Tooth alignment can be changed at any age if your gums and bone structure are healthy. We offer a variety of treatments that are designed for different age groups – including adults. A new smile can begin today. Good news! The new techniques and appliances we use greatly reduce discomfort levels, decrease the frequency of visits, shorten treatment time, and may allow you to choose from several options