Kids, teens, adults — we have the best in orthodontics for everyone in the family! At your complimentary consultation, we will come up with a custom treatment plan that fits you, your lifestyle, and your smile.
The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends that a qualified orthodontist evaluate all children by age seven. At this stage, a child’s jaw and face are still growing, so we can achieve outstanding results quickly.
Aside from straightening teeth, this early treatment also allows us to correct bad habits such as thumb sucking, which can cause issues as your child grows and their jawbone hardens.
Early treatment options include braces, palatal expanders, Spark Clear Aligners, and space maintainers. This is the perfect time to make corrections that help lead to straighter, healthier teeth.Schedule Free Consult
A two-part plan to give kids one amazing smile
Our two-phase orthodontic treatment is the safe, proven way to align a child’s teeth and produce a functional bite. Phase One starts during childhood, usually between ages 7 and 9, when they still have most of their baby teeth. Phase Two begins during adolescence, typically between ages 11-15, once all their permanent teeth have come in.
The main goal of Phase One treatment is to create enough room for a child’s permanent teeth to come in. It’s usually only recommended when leaving it untreated could lead to significant issues later in life. But this phase can benefit children with jaw irregularities, severe tooth crowding, or harmful habits like sucking their thumb. And because a child is still growing at this stage (typically ages 7-9), we can achieve results that won’t be possible once their face and jaw bones have fully developed. Phase One treatment is usually completed within 15 months, but the benefits last a lifetime. Receiving early treatment may prevent the removal of permanent teeth or the need for surgical procedures later in life. In most cases, the second phase of treatment will be necessary during adolescence to align the full set of permanent teeth.
Phase Two is the kind of treatment most people imagine when they think of visiting the orthodontist. Once a child has all their permanent teeth (typically ages 11-15), this phase ensures each tooth has the proper position, space and alignment to grow into a straight, beautiful smile. If any correction is needed, the treatment can consist of a full set of braces or clear aligners if appropriate.Schedule Free Consult
A great smile has no age limit.
It’s never too late to have the smile of your dreams. Advancements in technology and materials have made the orthodontic experience more comfortable and efficient for all ages — especially adults. In addition to achieving a great smile, orthodontic treatment can improve function and increase the health and lifetime of your teeth. Give yourself the smile you’ve always wanted!Schedule Free Consult