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Treatment options



Metal braces are the most widely used type of braces. They are very strong and can withstand most types of treatment. Unlike the metal braces of the past, today’s metal braces are small, more comfortable and more attractive.



The Damon® Clear bracket is the most aesthetically clear brace in the market. It blends beautifully your teeth and features a clear slide mechanism that conceals the wire. Because the slide is used in place of elastic ties, the braces stay clean and clear throughout treatment and reduce the overall appointments needed to complete treatment.

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Invisalign® is a set of invisible aligners that fits over your teeth and are custom-made specifically for you. Invisalign® uses cutting-edge 3D imaging technology to develop a series of aligners for each stage of the treatment to steadily shift your teeth into the desired positions. What makes Invisalign® even more exceptional is that most people you come in contact with won’t even notice the aligners.


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With Damon® braces, we can achieve a terrific end result and finish your treatment faster. Depending upon your specific case, this can translate to a beautiful smile months sooner than with traditional braces. After analyzing your specific needs, we will be able to provide you with a treatment plan that will have you smiling as soon as possible.

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The process is simple. Following your initial exam, one of our orthodontic technicians take a 3-d scan of your teeth for the Insignia™ smile design lab. Sophisticated imaging software then creates a digital representation of your bite, while braces and wires are custom-fabricated for you.

Insignia™ braces are customized Damon® brackets, so they don’t need elastic ties. The customization is delivered with the help of state-of-the-art computer modeling and robotic technologies.

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Incognito™ is another custom option that use braces that are placed on the inside of the teeth. Advanced computer software produces custom brackets and a series of wires to correct your bite more efficiently than traditional lingual (braces that are put on the inside of the teeth) options.

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Fantastic Smiles

For All Ages

For Children

The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends seeing an orthodontist by the age of 7 to see if your child can benefit from treatment.

For Teens

The teen years are important in orthodontics given that treatments are more efficient and faster when timed with growth. Each smile and face are unique, we utilize the most advanced technology to customize a goal-directed treatment plan to give your teen the show-stopping smile he or she expects. Orthodontic treatment has never been easier, more comfortable or more stylish for today’s active teenagers!

For Adults

With the growing popularity of treatment options like Invisalign®, Insignia™, Damon® Clear, and Incognito™, we are treating more adult patients than ever before. We expect this trend to continue as more and more adults come to realize the benefits of orthodontic treatment. No one is ever too old for orthodontics, and we can deliver a beautiful smile in an efficient, comfortable, and discrete way.

Braces & retainer



Using a soft bristled toothbrush begin by brushing the outside of your teeth and braces holding the brush tilted at a 45 degree angle. Brush along the top and bottom of the braces using light to moderate pressure, making sure you cover every surface very carefully. Don’t forget to brush the teeth all the way in the back and behind your back molars. It’s a good practice to brush for three minutes at least twice a day. Using a timer or singing along to a song will help you keep track of your time.


Flossing at least once a day is very important for good dental hygiene and to keep your teeth healthy. Flossing with braces may seem difficult at first. To floss properly, you will need to thread the floss under the archwire. This can be done in two ways – either by threading the floss through on your own or using a floss threader to thread the floss under the wire.

Retainer Instructions

Retainers are breakable, so treat them with care. Clean clear retainers thoroughly once a day with a toothbrush and liquid soap. Use warm but not hot water. Brushing retainers removes the plaque, and eliminates odors. When retainers are not in your mouth they should ALWAYS be in a retainer case. Keep retainers away from hot water, hot car dashboards, pockets, the washing machine, and napkins.
Keep retainers away from pets!


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