Invisalign is at the forefront of cosmetic dentistry and orthodontic technology. Unlike traditional braces and retainers, Invisalign is a virtually invisible method of straightening your teeth. You will be fitted with transparent aligners that have been made for your teeth. The aligners are removable, which allows you to eat normally and brush and floss as you usually would.
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Damon Smile

Damon braces are self-ligating appliances that are fitted in the same way as traditional metal braces, but instead of having brackets that must be tightened and adjusted regularly, Damon braces use a slide mechanism that attaches wires to brackets and moves naturally with the teeth as they realign. This makes Damon braces more comfortable, better looking, and capable of providing strong results in a shorter time.


Looking for braces without huge metal brackets and wires on your teeth? With In-Ovation system braces, achieving a beautiful, healthy smile is fast and comfortable. In-Ovation braces offer a low profile treatment option that’s easier and less demanding of your time. Without elastic or metal ties, you’ll have less irritation and less plaque build-up, meaning teeth that are easy to keep clean during treatment.
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Unlike traditional orthodontic treatment that relies on plaster models and X-rays, SureSmile provides your orthodontist with a detailed 3-D computer model of your teeth to plan your individual tooth movements throughout the treatment process. With the efficiency of SureSmile, you’ll spend less time in braces and have high-quality results.

Clarity and Clear Braces

Clarity braces are the clear alternative to metal braces. They provide an attractive translucent appearance and have a comfortable design to give you all the self-confidence you need to face each day with a smile. Clarity braces won’t stain or discolor. You’ll be noticed, but your braces won’t.


Incognito is a new generation of braces for people of all ages. Incognito braces are placed behind the teeth, so no one will ever know that you are wearing them unless you tell them! They are custom made just for your teeth.

Dentofacial Orthopedics

Most people confuse dentofacial orthopedics with regular orthopedics. Orthodontics is primarily concerned with the movement and growth of your teeth, while dentofacial orthopedics is concerned with facial development and bone growth that impacts the shape and alignment of your teeth and jaw.
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Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a condition wherein a person unknowingly stops breathing while they sleep, only to start breathing again a few seconds later. Frequent incidents of sleep apnea can lower the quality of sleep and typically result in excessive daytime sleepiness. Dentists are often the first ones to diagnose sleep apnea. A dentist may refer the patient to a sleep medicine specialist. The patient may have to return to the dentist for further treatment.

TMJ/TMD Treatments

Your temporomandibular joint is a hinge that connects your jaw to the temporal bones of your skull, which are in front of each ear. This joint allows you move your jaw up and down and side to side— so that you can talk, chew, and yawn. Problems with your jaw and the muscles in your face that control it are known as temporomandibular disorders. Pain or tenderness in your face, jaw joint area, neck, shoulders, and in or around the ear when you chew, speak, or open your mouth are common symptoms of TMD.
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Surgical Orthodontics

Surgical orthodontics, also known as orthognathic surgery, is a type of orthodontic treatment used to correct severe cases that include bad bites, jaw bone abnormalities, and malocclusion. The need for surgical orthodontics occurs when the jaws do not line up correctly and a proper bite cannot be achieved with orthodontic appliances alone.
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