Invisalign® treatment straightens your teeth without wires and brackets, using a series of clear, customized, removable appliances called aligners.
Damon Self Ligating Braces
Damon Self Ligating Brackets can be especially beneficial for patients due to faster and more precises finishing, less office visits and greater comfort to the patient.
Lightforce: Custom 3D-Printed Brackets
Lightforce Braces are a type of bracket system that utilizes advanced technology to custom 3D-print braces just for you.
Early Interceptive Growth Treatment
Discover how Early Interceptive Growth Treatment can help correct bite and teeth alignment issues in children as young as 6 years old, preventing more serious dental issues from developing later on in life.
Learn how Growth Modification can improve your child's dental health and prevent serious orthodontic issues from developing later on in life.
Discover how Myobrace can help your child achieve a straighter, healthier smile with its innovative pre-orthodontic treatment method.
Learn how clear retainers can help maintain the alignment of your teeth after braces and prevent future dental issues.
In many cases, problems with the bite or the alignment of the teeth can be corrected using today's advanced methods of dental and orthodontic treatment. Sometimes, however, skeletal and dental irregularities aren't so easy to remedy, even with the most up-to-date non-surgical techniques.
Rapid expansion is a procedure commonly performed by dental professionals to address various issues related to teeth alignment and bite problems. The procedure involves creating space between teeth by gradually widening the upper jaw. This gradual widening is achieved by using orthodontic devices such as expanders, which are custom-made to fit each patient's mouth. The primary goal of this procedure is to address overcrowded teeth, which can lead to various dental issues, including difficulty in brushing and flossing, gum disease, and tooth decay. Additionally, rapid expansion can be used to make room for orthodontic treatment such as braces, which can help to further correct the alignment of teeth and improve the bite. Overall, rapid expansion is a safe and effective dental procedure that can provide significant benefits to patients with various dental issues related to teeth alignment and bite problems. Why is Rapid Expansion Necessary? Individuals who experience overcrowding teeth, bite issues, or a narrow palate may require rapid expansion as part of their orthodontic treatment. Rapid expansion is a technique that aims to widen the upper jaw to create more space for the teeth, improve the bite, and align the teeth properly. This procedure is usually carried out using a special orthodontic device that is attached to the upper molars and gradually widened over time. By expanding the upper jaw, the teeth can be moved into their correct positions, which can improve the overall function and appearance of the mouth. Who is a Candidate for Rapid Expansion? The procedure of rapid expansion is best suited for individuals who are dealing with bite issues, crowded teeth, or a narrow palate. This procedure is particularly beneficial for children and teenagers, as their bones are still growing and can be effortlessly manipulated to create more space between teeth. Therefore, they are often considered the most suitable candidates for rapid expansion. What Happens During the Rapid Expansion Procedure? During the rapid expansion procedure, a device called a palatal expander is placed in the roof of the mouth and gradually widened over a period of several weeks. This creates space between the teeth and widens the palate. The expander may be adjusted periodically to achieve optimal results. The procedure is typically performed by a dentist or orthodontist and may cause some discomfort or soreness, but most patients are able to resume normal activities within a few days. For more information on Rapid Expansion and to schedule your appointment, contact us today!
Retainers are orthodontic devices that are custom-made to fit over teeth, and they serve the purpose of keeping teeth in their new positions after orthodontic treatment.
A full mouth reconstruction, which is more commonly called a smile makeover, is a treatment that involves completely revamping a patient's smile. Unfortunately...