Braces For All Ages-Dr. Ashish Shah & Associates

SERVICES

First Orthodontic Consultation

The American Association of Orthodontics recommends children have their first orthodontic visit at age seven. Also known as the “Lucky number seven” visit because, at this age, most children have begun the transition into the mixed dentition (a mixture of baby and permanent teeth). ..READ MORE

Early Orthodontics

Depending on the scope and seriousness of the problem being addressed, early orthodontic (also known as Phase One) care is generally completed in about 6-18 months!.. READ MORE

Two Phase Orthodontics

DOES MY CHILD NEED TWO-PHASES OF TREATMENT?

Not necessarily. Some children can benefit from early orthodontic treatment (also called Phase I Orthodontic Treatment). For example: if your child has severe crowding of the permanent teeth, aesthetic concerns, jaw growth discrepancies, space loss in one or both dental arches, ...READ MORE

Orthodontics for Teen

The confidence and self-esteem that comes with a great smile is a gift that is as rewarding for parents as it is for their teens. “It’s why we do what we do!” comments Dr.Ashish Shah

Although patients of all ages (including adults) may benefit from orthodontic care, the most common age to pursue orthodontic treatment is during the teenage years because of the enhanced growth potential during these formative years.

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Adult Orthodontics

It’s never too late to improve your smile! In fact today, many orthodontic patients are adults. Additionally, advancements such as Clear Aligners and Damon Clear Braces have made treatment much more comfortable, discreet, and appealing for adults.

Fortunately, higher technology braces and Clear Aligners can make your treatment more comfortable and aesthetically pleasing than ever - in about the same amount of time! ..Read More

Orthodontic Emergencies

It’s a fact of life: Accidents happen. Even orthodontic accidents can happen, turning into emergencies. Please see below for our list of most common orthodontic emergencies and quick and easy fixes for temporary relief.. Read More

TYPES OF BRACES

TYPES OF BRACES

Metal /Traditional Braces

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Ceramic/Crystal Braces

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Lingual Braces

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Cost Of Teeth Aligners

Invisible Aligners

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 Benefits of Orthodontic Treatment

We provide stellar results in facial harmony and aesthetics for patients of all ages (including adults). See why it's better to start sooner rather than later.

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Corrective Process

As your child approaches the teenage years, they undergo a transformative process. They begin to "look in the mirror," and are discovering who they are, what those around them represent, and how they fit into society.

A few weeks after beginning orthodontic treatment, our patients (children and adults) come out of their shells more - they become more outgoing, develop more confidence. Parents especially are delighted to get to know the adult their child is growing up to be.

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Life-Long Benefits

  • Increased self-worth & confidence
  • Easier psychological development
  • Prevention of early tooth decay
  • Avoid TMJ pain in the future
  • Correction of oral/facial trauma
  • Better personal relationships
  • More attractive, harmonious facial features
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Unique Expertise

Our orthodontists see children, teens, and adults.

The goal of our orthodontic practice is to make you and your child's orthodontic treatment something they can be excited about when looking in the mirror every day. With our skilled team, cutting-edge technology, and expert orthodontists.

 
 

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