Dental Services

What is Orthodontics?
Orthodontics & dentofacial orthopedics is the dental specialty that includes the diagnosis, prevention, interception, guidance and correction of abnormal dental relationships, including facial structures. Read more...

Initial Oral Examination
Your initial oral examination is complimentary.  It will include a visual examination, charting, and initial diagnosis and treatment recommendations for whatever concerns you have. Often, further examination involves updating dental records, including photos, models and occasionally new radiographs of your teeth, followed by a consultation appointment to review treatment options. Read more...

Orthodontic Treatment for Children
Orthodontic treatment can benefit your child as they develop. Common issues, such as crowding, crossbites, and bite discrepancies, can be managed as a child is actively growing. Read more...

Orthodontic Treatment for Adults
While their teeth and jaws are not as easily manipulated as children's, adults may also benefit from orthodontic treatment. Common problems with adults that may be corrected by orthodontia include tooth loss and degradation of the supporting structures (jaw bones, gum tissue) of the teeth. Read more...

All About Braces 
Braces, or fixed appliances, are an orthodontic appliance whose attachments are bonded or cemented to the teeth and cannot be removed by the patient. They are prescribed and designed by the orthodontist to correct the dental problem being treated. Read more...

Clear Aligner Therapy
Clear aligners, such as Invisalign®, are a removable orthodontic appliance system that are custom-designed to move teeth. Like braces, they are prescribed and designed by the orthodontist to correct the dental problem being treated. Read more...

Orthognathic Surgery
Orthognathic surgery is done to alter relationships of teeth and/or supporting bones, usually accomplished in conjungtion with orthodontic therapy. The orthodontist and oral surgeron work together to manage these more complex cases. Read more...