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    Types of Treatment

    Types of Treatment

    Metal Braces:

     

    Metal braces are the most common choice! They are made from high-quality, medical-grade stainless steel. With the advances in technology, metal braces are now smaller and more comfortable than ever before. The best part – changing your color ties at each visit!

     

    Clear Braces:

     

    Ceramic braces, also known as “clear braces,” are a great natural-looking alternative to traditional braces. They are made of durable and translucent ceramic, making them practically clear. They are the perfect aesthetic option for children and adults.

     

    Retainers:

     

    It happens, and we understand! It is crucial to get replacement retainers as soon as possible; otherwise, your beautiful straight teeth will move. We offer both Hawley retainers (the one with the wire in the front), invisible clear retainer trays, and fixed retainers.

     

    Invisalign®

     

    Invisalign®, 3M™ Clarity™, and other clear aligners are custom-made plastic aligners that will slowly move your teeth to the correct position. They are virtually invisible and are a very popular option among adults, who are looking for a discreet way to straighten their teeth.

     

    Early Treatment:

     

    Treatment at an early age can correct open bite, narrow arches, and crowded teeth. If your child has the following problems, it is best to see an orthodontist by the age of 7 years old:

     

    • Flared teeth that can be prone to chipping and dental accidents
    • Open bite/tongue thrust that can cause speech and chewing impairments
    • Crossbites that can cause jaw and growth problems
    • Narrow arches that can affect breathing and normal growth
    • Severe crowding that can limit your child’s ability to keep his/her teeth clean

     

    Jaw Surgery:

     

    Jaw surgery, also known as orthognathic surgery, corrects severe bite problems, jaw asymmetry, and malocclusion. Dr. Liatti will work closely with an oral surgeon to help align the teeth and correct the jaw. Orthognathic surgery can help restore your confidence in your smile and help improve your dental health.