Orthodontic Services

Patient Info

Orthodontic treatment can be used to align and straighten teeth in order to not only improve appearance, but to also improve form and function by correcting malocclusions and other imperfections of the teeth and jaws. Having braces is not just about improving your smile; it’s also about improving your overall dental health!

With the advancement of dental technology, there are many new treatment options, techniques and products available to help correct orthodontic issues. These new technologies have vastly improved both the efficiency of orthodontic treatment and the overall orthodontic patient experience.

Your first visit will begin with a consultation with a consultation with our doctor to review the best treatment alternatives for your orthodontic care. Our team will be explain the treatment process  and will be happy to address any questions you may have regarding your treatment plan.

Early Orthodontic Treatment

The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that every child see an orthodontist by age 7. Treatment at this age may not be necessary, but orthodontic monitoring can help anticipate the ideal timeline for the most effective treatment.

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Metal Braces

Made from stainless steel, traditional metal braces and wires are still the most popular types of braces as they produce high quality results. We combine the use of advanced technology with metal brackets to decrease treatment time and improve efficiency.

Clear Brackets

Virtually invisible, clear braces are an excellent alternative to traditional braces. Clear braces combine the efficacy of traditional metal braces and the discretion of invisible aligners to deliver an exceptional treatment experience with results that go far beyond straight teeth.


It’s never too late to straighten your smile! Invisalign clear aligners offer adults a comfortable and affordable orthodontic solution without the look and feel of traditional metal braces. You just switch to a new set of aligners as directed by your doctor until your treatment is complete.

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Additional Orthodontic Services