Metal braces are the most common and well-known type of braces. They are the most noticeable, but also the most time effective method of moving your teeth. Generally speaking, metal braces are less expensive than ceramic.
Ceramic braces appear translucent and clear. They are less noticeable than metal braces which provides a more cosmetic appeal. While ceramic braces are tough, they are more likely than metal braces to crack or chip. Ceramic braces won’t move your teeth quite as fast as metal.
Invisalign provides comprehensive orthodontic treatment using clear aligners, which provide accurate treatment for a variety of treatment types. Using our digital scanner, we are able to give you a preview and prediction of what your new smile will look like! Invisalign gives you the option to have straighter teeth without sacrificing comfort or aesthetics. At your first visit, we will help you decide if Invisalign is the ideal treatment option for you.
Printed Clear Aligners
Our iTero® digital scanner captures a three-dimensional image of your teeth and bite. These digital impressions will help us create a personalized treatment plan that meets your specific orthodontic needs. With this scanner, we are also able to create 3D models with our state of the art 3D printer to offer some patients in-house aligners for mild to moderate crowding.
Orthognathic Surgery
In the majority of cases we treat, orthodontic problems can be corrected with braces or Invisalign alone. Sometimes they require extensive treatment and specialized appliances, but we are generally able to correct the issue without surgery. However, there is a small percentage of cases that cannot be fixed in any other manner.

Orthognathic surgery is used when skeletal and dental irregularities are unable to be corrected with braces or Invisalign alone. We work closely with an oral surgeon throughout your treatment to ensure an optimal result is achieved.
Braces Care
Caring for your braces takes a little extra time and care. It’s important that you brush your teeth after each meal and floss daily. It’s also important to avoid our list of “no-no” foods that can cause you to break a bracket!