Posted: April 15, 2024
If you have an overbite, Invisalign® may be able to help. This braces-free alternative to correcting bite alignment is suitable for mild to moderate overbites, but more severe cases may require braces. If you do qualify for Invisalign for overbite treatment, here is what you need to know.… Read Full Post
Posted: April 06, 2024
Invisalign offers a fantastic way for teens to straighten their teeth without the hassle of traditional metal braces. It's almost invisible, which means your teen can smile with confidence throughout their treatment. Besides its discreet appearance, Invisalign makes things like eating and dental… Read Full Post
Posted: October 15, 2023
When it comes to straightening your teeth, Invisalign is often touted as a modern, less noticeable alternative to traditional braces. Despite its rising popularity, several myths about Invisalign persist that can lead potential candidates to hesitate.  Today, you can set the record straight by… Read Full Post
Posted: July 15, 2023
In a study, most Americans responded that when meeting a person for the first time they notice their smile above anything else. The confidence an owned smile can give is something unparalleled and only something you realize after being embarrassed to show your smile. Though it shouldn’t, getting… Read Full Post
Posted: March 30, 2023
For most patients, Invisalign® treatmnt is slightly faster than orthodontic correction with braces. On average, braces take 18 to 24 months to straighten the teeth. However, they can take up to 36 months in some adults. Invisalign treatment, by comparison, is often completed in just 12 to 18 months… Read Full Post
Posted: August 17, 2022
Orthodontic treatment is necessary to correct bite irregularities that impact your smile's strength, function, and appearance. With this treatment, issues such as crooked tooth presentation, large spaces between teeth, overbite, cross-bite, and more can be corrected, producing a straight and… Read Full Post
Posted: March 16, 2022
Orthodontics is used to correct malocclusion, the medical term for bite irregularities. When necessary, orthodontic services such as braces and Invisalign® work to align the bite, helping to prevent facial malformation, bite dysfunction, and other issues that can follow an uneven, crowded, or… Read Full Post
Posted: May 03, 2019
Have you been wondering about what orthodontics could do for your smile? If you’re an adult, there’s a good chance you’ve noticed the way your teeth shift slowly over the years. For many people, alignment issues emerge during their adult decades even when they were not present during adolescence… Read Full Post
Posted: July 06, 2018
It’s summertime, and your chance to show your brightest, happiest self to the world. That includes your teeth. If you don’t want to go through the process of traditional braces, we have the perfect solution for you. We can give you the straight, white smile to match your happy demeanor with… Read Full Post