BITE AND JAW
Braces also eliminate problems you may have with eating, speaking properly and oral hygiene. With modern day dental technology braces are now sleeker, smaller and more comfortable than ever to wear.
Traditionally braces consist of standard metal brackets that are placed on your teeth with an adhesive and each connected by a wire. They require periodic tightening so steady pressure can gradually straighten your teeth and align your jaw. While metal braces brackets are still the most common used, there are various other treatment options available. Continue reading to discover which type of orthodontic appliance best fits your lifestyle.
OFFICE UPDATE COVID-19
All elective procedures have been postponed until deemed safe to open.
We are welcoming New patients. We can either schedule a complimentary consultation in the future or a virtual consultation as soon as you’d like.
If you have a dental emergency (pain, swelling, infection, or orthodontic emergency (poking wire, broken braces or appliances causing pain) please call our office at 203-544-9338. Our specialists are ready and available to assist you.
Existing patients without dental pain are asked to postpone in-office appointments until deemed safe to do so. If you have questions or special requests, you are invited to call 203-544-9338 and schedule a remote teleconsultation with one of our specialists.