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There may be some temporary discomfort or irritation when braces or an appliance are first placed, but that will quickly resolve.
Your total cost of treatment will depend on several factors, including the severity of your case and the type of treatment you choose. We offer many payment options to fit your needs and budget and will review them all at your appointment.
Your financial contract of your orthodontic treatment will be discussed during your consultation. If you are using private insurance to cover a portion of your treatment and your insurance does not cover their expected financial portion it becomes your responsibility.
True orthodontic medical emergencies are rare. However, that does not mean that you won’t have a minor emergency after hours or during a long weekend. You can still call the office and leave a message, a staff member will return the call to help you.
Yes, teeth tend to move and shift, and they will gradually reposition themselves again without the protection of retainers to help keep them in place.
Yes, we accept many different dental plans. When you call to make an appointment we can discuss if we accept yours.
On average, it takes about 24 months to complete an orthodontic treatment. Some patients require less than 12 months, but there are also patients requiring up to 3 years of treatment before their teeth reach the desired position. We will have an estimate of treatment time at your consultation.
We are not a general dentist however we work closely with many amazing dentists in the area!
The American Dental Association and American Association of Orthodontists recommend that children should first see an orthodontist when they are around seven years old.