Orthodontic Braces

More and more people are seeking orthodontic treatment for a variety of reasons these days. Some individuals just want to enhance their smiles or correct their bites. Other individuals aspire to improve their health or boost their self-esteem. According to the Academy of General Dentistry, one million Americans aged 18 years old and older wear braces today.

When you have straighter teeth, not only do you get to smile with more confidence but you also reduce the likelihood of developing dental problems in the future. When your teeth are aligned, it becomes easier to clean them which then helps reduce gum disease. There are other benefits as well such as being able to chew food better and speak clearer.

Smile Works understands that everyone's dental needs are unique. That's why we provide a variety of orthodontic solution alternatives, including traditional metal braces, clear ceramic braces, Invisalign® clear aligners, lingual braces, removable appliances, and even partial treatments. We'll collaborate with you to select the best treatment strategy based on the severity of your bite and degree of misalignment using your final intended outcomes as a yardstick.

The braces that are best for your specific situation not only enhance the look of your teeth, but also improve your bite and chewing efficiency, as well as self-assurance! Not to mention, it will improve your oral health.

Traditional Braces for a Misaligned Bite

A bad bite is a misalignment of teeth, such as a crossbite, overjet, open bite, or any other malpositioning problem. You may improve your overall oral health by correcting your teeth with braces, which might be affected by any of the preceding problems.

If your teeth look aligned but your jaws aren't, you may need orthodontic treatment to avoid problems such as early tooth loss, excessive wear on tooth enamel, speech and chewing issues, or more serious jaw problems. Jaw or dental alignment anomalies can be caused by genetics or an accident; losing baby teeth too soon or too late; congenitally missing teeth; mouth breathing due to allergies, a cold, sinus infections, large tonsils/adenoids (tonsillar hypertrophy); Deviated Septum.

The sort of orthodontic therapy you'll get is determined by your orthodontist and the severity of your problem.

Request a Consultation with Smile Works

If you’re ready to get started, then request a consultation with one of our caring orthodontists.

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