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Why do you need an Orthodontist? Are you wondering if you need to see an orthodontist improve the appearance or health of your smile? The truth is that an orthodontist has advanced training in the functions, health, and diseases of the teeth, gums and supporting structures of your mouth. They can tell you whether or […]
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These pictures are an example from one of our patients who had some minor shifting of her top and bottom teeth. Nudge was able to straighten out those slight imperfections and get her smile back to how she loved it!
Nudge is the perfect solution to upgrade your smile with minor movements. Starting at just $890, our trained orthodontists adjust your smile with a clear aligner treatment. This cost-effective and convenient treatment is PERFECT for our patients with less significant misalignment issues. Nudge is for both teens and adults!
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Excessive space between the upper and lower front teeth, often called an “overjet”, is one of the most common orthodontic problems seen in adolescent patients. Although it may appear to be a problem with the position of the teeth, it is most often a problem with the position of the upper and lower jaws. Read more about why we use a herbst appliance to correct this issue at our practice.
Our team is growing! We’re extremely honored to announce that Brian Wilson, DDS, MS has joined our Orthodontic Arts family.
Invisalign clear aligners fit your life — they don’t interrupt it. And at every stage, you’ll be able to see your progress and enjoy your smile as it transforms. Watch this video to learn more about how to properly take care of your aligner trays.
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Phase I orthodontic treatments are designed to intercept a developing problem and guide the growth of the jaw bones that support the teeth. The goal of a Phase I treatment is to create a better environment for permanent teeth. Read more to see how our patients benefit from two phases of treatment.