How Do Orthodontics Work for Me?

Orthodontic treatment is used to fix malocclusions and misalignments. If your bite is not aligned properly or your teeth are crooked, you could benefit from treatment. We can help you decide if braces or another type of treatment is right for you. At your...

Candidates for Lingual Braces

Lingual braces were first developed in the 1980s, and several brands are available. They are similar to conventional metal braces, but the brackets and wires are designed to attach to the backs, or tongue side of the teeth. They are not visible when you smile. They...

Is Invisalign the Right Option for Me?

Do you often find yourself hiding your smile when meeting new people or having your picture taken? Are you embarrassed about the way your teeth look? Orthodontics can fix your smile, but if you want to avoid the look and feel of braces, clear aligners might be a...

History of Braces

Hippocrates was the first to describe orthodontic problems around 400 B.C., but the roots of modern orthodontics extend all the way back to ancient Egypt. Archaeologists have found mummies with metal bands attached to their smiles, and believe these were crude...

What are TADs?

TADs, or temporary anchorage devices, are implants placed before braces and removed afterwards. The purpose of these devices can vary, but the goal is generally to ease more complex tooth movements. Here is more about temporary anchorage devices and the ways that...

What are TADs?

TADs, or temporary anchorage devices, are implants placed before braces and removed afterwards. The purpose of these devices can vary, but the goal is generally to ease more complex tooth movements. Here is more about temporary anchorage devices and the ways that...
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