Types of Treatment

Conventional Braces Treatment

Fixed braces therapy • Mini-sized silver braces • Clear braces • Gold braces • braces with colors Including braces utilizing implants for anchorage. “Incognito” braces which are located on the back of teeth

Multidisciplinary Treatment

Many times mutual interactions with your family dentist, pediatric dentist, or other specialty of dentistry are required to create an optimal oral appearance and health. Two or more dentists work closely together to provide a result that could not be provided by one working alone.

Surgical Orthodontics

The orthodontist and oral surgeon work as a team to correct facial and jaw size disharmonies

Temporomandibular Joint Therapy

Treatment of cranial facial pain and jaw joint problems (TMD)

Cosmetic Orthodontics

Space closure • Minor tooth movement • tooth positioning to optimize planned crowned, veneers, and implants • Invisalign

Child Interceptive Treatment (ages 6 – 10)

Thumb sucking habit appliances
Space maintainers
Crossbites and associated jaw constriction
Facial and jaw growth modification
Dental space analysis

Functional Jaw Orthopedics (AGES 7 – 12)

Facial growth modifying appliances for correction of overbites, underbites, jaw asymmetries & dental crowding

Cleft palate

The orthodontist, oral surgeon, pediatric or general dentist, plastic surgeon and speech therapist work together to correct the associated facial, dental and speech problems of oral and facial clefts. Plaque control and home care supervision