Orthodontics2018-08-30T14:31:45-05:00

Orthodontics

For most patients, straight teeth mean a terrific smile. But did you know that properly aligned teeth are healthier? Overlapped, crooked, or rotated teeth create a daily cleaning challenge. Food and bacterial plaque accumulate slowly in the tiny spaces that your toothbrush and floss can’t reach. The acidic toxins that seep out of the bacterial sludge can lead to cavities and inflamed, diseased gums. Helping even a couple straggling teeth find their proper place can leave you with a healthier mouth.

Straightening teeth isn’t just for kids! Adults often make the most dedicated orthodontic patients, and it’s never too late to discuss the options for a bright, straight smile. If you’re not sure wires fit your tolerance level, don’t worry. Invisible methods can work extremely well for many cases, and Dr. Zareen Kapadia can help you explore the possibilities. Orthodontics involves teeth straightening and jaw alignment, combining beauty and function. Identifying problems early in development may allow easier treatment with better results, but it’s never too late to discuss ways to enhance a smile!

Orthodontics

Clear Aligners

Clear AlignersA straight smile has never been easier to enjoy. Clear plastic trays, known as aligners, can work the magic of braces with out the shine of metal. Combined with sophisticated 3D software, this technology brings a new smile within reach for most adults and mature teens.

Braces

To correct bite problems, teeth need to be moved — but doing that isn’t as hard as you might think! Braces or metal brackets can move teeth by careful application of light, constant pressure. Braces can resolve a number of bite problems, which often become evident by around age 7. These include underbite, crossbite or excessive overbite, where upper and lower teeth don’t close in the proper position; open bite, where a space remains between top and bottom teeth when the jaws are closed; and crowding or excessive spacing, where teeth are spaced too close together or too far apart.