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Specializing in orthodontic treatment for ALL AGES

Early Intervention
Airway Analysis

Metal Braces
Ceramic Braces
In Brace


Metal braces

Traditional aka metal braces are a familiar sight in schools, soccer fields, lacrosse games and can be a lot of fun with all the colors that one can get if they decide to choose this form of treatment.

Learn more about Metal braces

Ceramic Braces

Not everyone likes the look of traditional metal braces. For some, sporting a silver smile just isn’t ideal. However, sometimes there are orthodontic abnormalities that require the power of braces over clear aligners.

For individuals who need both the power of traditional braces and a more discreet look, there are ceramic braces. These braces have brackets that are colored to blend in with the teeth. While they are not fully invisible, they are much less visible than metal brackets.

Learn more about ceramic braces

Clear Aligners

Inbrace (braces on the inside of teeth)

Inbrace isn’t like other teeth straighteners. Created by orthodontists, the Smartwire system is personalized for your mouth and designed to move teeth in a way that’s fast, healthy, and completely under the radar. Sitting neatly–and discreetly–behind your teeth, the Smartwire gently moves teeth over time with the help of advanced computer modeling and AI algorithms. Sound complicated? It’s not. And if anyone asks how you got such great teeth, you can just tell them a robot did it. Inbrace is made for the majority of cases like spacing, crowding, and bite.

Inbrace (braces on the inside of teeth)

Surgical Orthodontics

Surgical orthodontics is a combined treatment by our doctors and an oral surgeon to correct jaw abnormalities. These issues are determined after reviewing the patient’s X-rays and models.

The orthodontist initially levels and aligns the teeth in the jawbone, then the oral surgeon positions the jaws into a more normal position to allow the bite to come together ideally. This procedure results in the improved ability to chew, speak, and breathe, while also delivering tremendous facial aesthetics.

Learn more about surgical orthodontics

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