About treatment


Early Treatment

The American Association of Orthodontists recommends
that young children have their first orthodontic evaluation
around age 7. Even kids who aren’t ready for treatment
will receive an appointment every 6 months to check their
growth and make sure that, if treatment is needed, they’ll
get started at the optimal time.

Teen Treatment

Between the ages of 11 and 15 is the most common time
for orthodontic treatment – and for good reason. By 12,
most if not all of the permanent teeth have erupted and
are in place, and crooked teeth, gaps and bad bites can
easily be treated. These problems will hardly ever correct
themselves, so this is when most parents decide to seek
orthodontic treatment. For most teens, braces are a right
of passage; something they share with other kids their
age. Many can hardly wait until they can get their braces
on – and that’s good for a number of reasons. While it’s
never too late for orthodontic treatment, having braces or
Invisalign as a teen lets us take advantage of the natural
growth happening during these important developmental
years. Their higher metabolism helps us shape the bite
and teeth correctly, minimizes discomfort and helps us
shorten overall treatment times in many cases.

Adult Treatment

More and more adults today are seeking orthodontic
treatment to improve their smile. we offer a full range of
treatments specifically designed for adults – leaving you
with a dramatically different smile and healthier bite.
Because adults are highly motivated to complete their
orthodontic treatment they are usually more compliant
with the instructions for wear and care of orthodontic
appliances. We offer a wide selection of braces to meet
the individual needs and desires of each of our adult
patients. From traditional metal braces, clear ceramic
braces and lingual braces to clear aligners that can be
worn to improve mild cases of misaligned teeth, we are
confident we can help you achieve and maintain the
beautiful, healthy smile you’ve always dreamed about.