Orthodontists are trained to straighten crooked teeth in order to improve your appearance and oral health.
They offer metal braces, cosmetic aligners, and other options to realign your smile over a period of several months to years.
When do you need to see an orthodontist?
An Orthodontist Can Treat MILD TO SEVERE MISALIGNMENT
Damaged or Decayed Teeth
- Rotated Teeth
- Teeth Grinding
Orthodontists Are Trained TO REALIGN YOUR BITE
Orthodontists study for an additional two to three years after four years of dentistry school.
While there are many general dentists who provide orthodontic services, orthodontists focus exclusively on these treatments in order to provide the most in-depth care possible.
Optimal Bite Alignment
While many patients are primarily worried about how a crooked smile looks, it is also more vulnerable to tooth decay, gum disease, and teeth grinding. By straightening your teeth, your orthodontist is also preventing potential health problems.
Thankfully, orthodontists provide a number of options to prevent these problems…
- Trays or Aligners
- Clear Braces
- Ceramic Brackets
- Damon™ Smile
Orthodontists use specialized tools to improve your treatment…