INVISALIGN* ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT
Dr. Simon is a certified Invisalign* provider. An initial consultation would be needed in order to establish if you are a candidate for this type of orthodontics. Inviscation* is a innovative orthodontic treatment that uses clear aligners that are worn all day, except when eating or brushing your teeth, that gradually staighten your teeth. After an initial consultation with Dr. Simon, he will evaluate your case and inform you if this treatment will work for you. Depending on the severity of your case will depend on how long you would wear the aligners. This type of treatment is ideal for young to older adults that are wanting some correction, but want to avoid the typical silver braces that you are used to seeing.
Many types of Orthodontics are available at our office
From thumb-sucking appliances to the standard full mouth braces, Dr. Simon provides many varieties of orthodontics. From children to older adults, there are many different orthodontic treatments that we can offer to your family.
Recent years have brought about many changes within the dental industry, specifically with regards to orthodontic treatment and care. Now more than ever patients are experiencing fewer incidences of cavities and missing teeth due to the heightened awareness of fluoride use and preventative dentistry. This increasing awareness on the health and look of a patient’s smile has fueled the desire for many to seek out orthodontia not only as a medical necessity, but for cosmetic reasons as well.
Whether it’s traditional braces or custom made removable appliances, orthodontics can help you have the healthy, straight, beautiful smile you’ve been waiting for!
Give us a call today and schedule your orthodontic consultation!
*Malocclusion is the technical term for teeth that don’t fit together correctly. Malocclusions not only affect the teeth, but also the appearance of the face. Most malocclusions are inherited; however some are due to acquired habits such as thumb sucking and tongue thrusting. The spacing left from an adult tooth being extracted or an early loss of a baby tooth can also contribute to a malocclusion.