An orthodontist is a dentist who has spent an extra two to three years learning and working in the field.
We can straighten your teeth, fix a jaw that isn’t in the right place, and make your smile work better.
Teeth that become crowded or move out of position are harder to properly clean, which in turn makes it more difficult to keep a beautiful, healthy smile. Bite problems may lead to your teeth’s surface being worn down.
The doctor will start by performing a quick but thorough examination to check your jaw and teeth alignment.
choices for treatment include conventional braces or Invisalign.
Treatment duration varies depending on the patient.
Even though everyone responds to orthodontic treatment differently, most people feel some pain in the first week after getting braces or another device and right after the braces are adjusted.
Patients can ease their pain by taking Tylenol, Advil, or any other over-the-counter pain medicine.