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How much does a consultation cost?

Free! We provide complimentary X-rays & exams for all children, adolescents, & adults. We believe in making orthodontic care accessible and offer complimentary X-rays and exams for patients of all age groups.

At what age should my child first visit an orthodontist?

It's recommended that children have their first orthodontic evaluation by age 7, as early intervention can guide jaw growth and make future treatments simpler.

How do braces benefit adults?

Braces for adults improve aesthetics and enhance dental alignment, chewing, speech abilities, and make oral hygiene easier, reducing jaw pain and tooth wear.

Is there an age limit for orthodontic treatment?

There is no age limit; we treat patients of all ages, focusing on individual dental needs and goals.

Will insurance cover my orthodontic treatment?

Many insurance plans cover a portion of orthodontic treatment. We'll help you understand and maximize your benefits.

How long does orthodontic treatment usually take?

Treatment duration varies depending on individual needs but typically ranges from 18 to 24 months.

How often will I need appointments?

Appointments are typically every 4-6 weeks to adjust braces and monitor progress.

How can I maintain oral hygiene with braces?

Regular brushing, flossing, and specialized orthodontic cleaning tools are essential to maintain oral hygiene with braces.

Are there food restrictions with braces?

Yes, you should avoid hard, sticky, and chewy foods that can damage braces.

Will I need to wear a retainer after treatment?

Yes, retainers are crucial post-treatment to maintain the alignment of your teeth.

Can I schedule appointments online?

Yes, you can schedule appointments online or by calling our office directly.

What should I do if a bracket or wire breaks?

Contact our office immediately; we will guide you on temporary measures and schedule a repair appointment.

How do I manage discomfort from braces?

Over-the-counter pain relievers and orthodontic wax can help manage discomfort from braces adjustments.