Treatment Options to Fit Your Lifestyle
At Watkins Dental Group, we understand you might have reservations about getting braces. That’s why Dr. Paul Adams offers a variety of orthodontic treatments for our patients in the Back Mountain area. We’ll help you find the solution that’s right for you.
Your Treatment Options:
Today’s braces are streamlined and a lot less noticeable than they were in the past. In fact, they’re more comfortable and effective than ever before. And in many cases, you have the option of getting tooth-colored brackets, which makes them a lot less conspicuous.
Clear Invisalign® aligners are virtually invisible, so your friends probably won’t even notice them. Invisalign gradually guides your teeth to the proper alignment. It won’t restrict your diet because you remove your aligners for eating. Another benefit is that treatment time for Invisalign is almost twice as fast on average as traditional braces.
Orthodontic Care for Adults
We usually associate braces with younger patients, but one in five people with braces is an adult patient. Adulthood is a wonderful time to enjoy a beautiful new smile. Braces will boost your self-confidence, enhance your career prospects, and improve your oral health.
Treatment for Children
It’s recommended that children visit an orthodontist by age seven or as soon as an orthodontic issue becomes apparent. When we discover and treat issues early along, it can reduce the need for more costly and extensive procedures in the future.
Two-phase treatment is a strategy to provide early orthodontic care so we can begin correcting alignment issues before your child’s permanent teeth grow in. By taking measures to treat misalignment and jaw issues earlier, we can make the treatment process more effective for your child as they grow older.
Orthodontic treatment isn’t finished when your braces come off. Your teeth can still shift, so we often provide a retainer to keep them in place.
Dr. Adams Will Fix Your Smile
Dr. Adams will treat your misaligned teeth to give you a beautiful smile. This will improve your oral health, make eating easier, and extend the lifetime of your smile.
To learn more, call our office at (560) 675-1138 today. Or fill out the easy contact form on this page, and we’ll get right back to you.