We are proud to offer a wide variety of high quality orthodontic treatment options including the most cutting edge brace technology. There are two main types of braces available:
Metal Braces Metal braces are the most common type of brace that is used. They are made with medical grade stainless steel. Today’s metal braces are smaller, more comfortable and more attractive. Many patients prefer our metal braces because you can choose many different colors of elastics that wrap around these braces.
Ceramic Braces Ceramic braces are made of a translucent (clear) material. They work the same way as metal braces and are most popular with our adult patients due to their esthetic appeal.
Invisible/Clear Braces If you’re looking for braces that are virtually invisible, we also offer Invisalign invisible braces. Invisalign provides you with a clear set of medical grade plastic aligners that are replaced regularly to gradually shift your teeth into their proper position. We also provide Invisalign Teen which is the same product with some specialty features to ensure that they are worn frequently enough along with a replacement program for misplaced aligners.
Lingual braces Lingual braces offer the latest in technology, speed and invisibility allowing you to wear your braces behind your teeth. No one will know that you’re even wearing them unless you tell them!
Whether you are a tween, a teen or an adult you’re never too young or too old for braces. In fact, the American Orthodontic Association recommends that you visit an orthodontist by the time you’re 7 years old. You don’t even need a referral from a dentist to see an Orthodontic Specialist either. Contact us today to schedule a free orthodontic consultation.
To make an appointment, call 561-221-1410 or click here to request an appointment online.
Deep Teeth Whitening
This is the term used when combining one or more dental treatments to enhance the appearance of your smile.
- In-chair teeth whitening generally involves the application of a whitening.
- Take-home teeth whitening requires a set of custom made trays to fit your teeth.
- Factors such as smoking, poor oral hygiene and diet can affect the longevity of the results.
Five crowns within 48 hours
Crowns are needed when a tooth has a significant amount of structural damage and a normal filling would not be adequate.
- Heavily filled teeth that have broken or that are likely to break in the near future.
- Teeth with old amalgam fillings often crack around the filling causing pain when chewing.