We get so excited when our patients take a leap and commit to a treatment they have been dreaming about for years, especially when they are thrilled about the final results. We know we have patients who would love to straighten their teeth but are hesitant to start treatment. Not only can orthodontic treatment improve the appearance of your smile, but it can improve your overall health as well. Continue reading to learn more about how orthodontic treatment can be beneficial to your oral health.
At Smile Dental Clinics, we do more than just offer general and cosmetic dentistry. We also offer orthodontic treatment for our adult and younger patients. Orthodontic treatments are used to repair more than the aesthetic appearance of your smile. They can also improve jaw alignment issues, lower your risk of developing cavities, and even help improve speech and digestion issues. Depending on the circumstances, we recommend orthodontic treatment to our adult and younger patients.
Are you unhappy with the appearance of your teeth when you smile and would love to make a change but are unsure what you should do? You are in luck! We offer a number of cosmetic dentistry options that can make minor or major improvements to your teeth and smile.The choice is yours. Whether you are looking to brighten up the appearance of your smile, close that bothersome gap between your front teeth, or fix that pesky misshapen tooth, we are able to provide treatments that will have your teeth ready to be on display. Read on to learn about the different methods we offer to improve your smile.
Are you tired of looking in the mirror and all you can see are your crooked teeth? Or maybe you have had enough of always needing to carry dental floss around because food is stuck in the gaps between your teeth.
Did you know that there are a variety of different options for orthodontic treatment, not just traditional metal braces? Thanks to modern dentistry, there is a quicker and more comfortable way to achieve a beautiful smile that has our patients excited to start treatment.