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Comprehensive Treatments For All Ages

Invisalign

Invisalign® uses a series of transparent, removable aligners to straighten your teeth. The transparent material means that your treatment is invisible to those around you. The highlight of the aligners is their removability, allowing you to eat, drink, and floss without the restriction of traditional braces. The aligners are comfortable and have no metal to cause mouth abrasions during the course of treatment.

Metal Braces

Traditional metal braces are the most common type of braces and are more comfortable today than ever before. Made of high-grade stainless steel, metal braces straighten your teeth using metal brackets and archwires. With metal braces, you have the option of adding colored elastics (rubber bands) for a more unique and colorful smile.
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Early (Phase I Treatment)

While kids can be seen as early as age 7, their teeth may not require immediate attention. The purpose of early treatment is to monitor the growth of the teeth and implement any appliance work that may need to be done. This way, any pressing issues can be dealt with before they develop further.

In one such case, the patient’s parents were concerned about both aesthetics and the health of their eight-year old’s erupting permanent teeth. The lower front teeth were crowded and they touched the palate, and the upper front teeth were extremely displaced from their normal positions. After twenty months of Phase I treatment with an expander and partial braces, the patient's appearance and dental function were vastly improved.

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Orthodontic Appliances

Motion Appliance

The Motion Appliance is an orthodontic device that can be used prior to the placement of aligners or braces. The purpose of the tool is to correct how the upper and lower teeth fit together. A bonded bar is placed along the sides of the upper teeth, while an invisible retainer is placed on the bottom set. They are connected by a pair of elastics that gradually coax the jaw into alignment.

Palatal Expander Appliance

The Palatal Expander Appliance is an orthodontic device that can be used prior to the placement of aligners or braces.The tool is designed to widen the upper jaw so that both sets of teeth fit more neatly together. A band is fitted around each upper first molar, with a wire running alongside the surrounding teeth for support. The wire is connected to the expander sitting at the center of the palate. The expander has a keyhole in the middle. Every other night, the patient will insert the key and turn it 1 full rotation.

Nance Appliance

The Nance Appliance is an orthodontic device that can be used prior to the placement of aligners or braces. It’s purpose is to maintain the space between the upper teeth. The appliance is made up of a fixed band around the upper first molars. The bands are connected to a wire, running down the centre of the palate, that joins in an acrylic button.

Lingual Bar Appliance

The Lingual Bar Appliance is an orthodontic device that can be used prior to the placement of aligners or braces. It’s purpose is to maintain the space between the lower teeth. The appliance is made up of a fixed band around the lower first molars. They are connected by a wire running along the inside of the lower arch.

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