- No jaw growth
- Gum or bone loss
- Worn, damaged, or missing teeth––restorations of these teeth may be required before treatment
- Painful jaw muscles / TMJ issues
Many adults choose braces to treat orthodontic problems that were not corrected in childhood. In today's world, more and more adults are choosing clear aligners treatment (Invisalign). Having straight teeth will help you avoid tooth decay, eventual gum disease, and potential tooth loss. Some adults are advised to get braces to correct their bite or misalignment of their jaws. Correcting these problems can improve speech and chewing, and reduce wear on your teeth and stress on the supporting bone and jaw joints.
A FREE orthodontic evaluation with panoramic x-ray, digital images, and consultation with one of our doctors.Learn More
Orthognathic jaw surgery can help reshape the jaw and jaw position to help improve their form and function.Learn More
OrthoPulse uses natural light to help patients achieve the smile they dream of quicker than before.Learn More
This term describes a group of problems related to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and nearby facial, neck, and head muscles.Learn More
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