Certified Orthodontic Specialist
At Smile City, we know that misaligned teeth often lead to bigger problems. In fact, they can lead to gum problems, difficulty in maintaining basic dental health, and increase the risk of cavities. Regardless of your age, straightening your teeth using orthodontic procedures may be the right thing to do for your future.
With dental awareness constantly increasing, adults have many options when it comes to braces for straightening their teeth. With so many to choose from – it can be overwhelming! Whether it is ceramic, traditional, gold, lingual, or invisalign – Smile City will help you make the right decision. Our certified orthodontic specialist Dr. Berco is readily available and highly qualified to help you through whichever procedure you choose.
Nowadays, orthodontic treatment is different than it used to be. Fortunately for you, bulky metal bands have been replaced with small brackets that are easily bonded with an adhesive on the front of the tooth. They are quite comfortable, compact, and much less noticeable than traditional braces.
In order to determine the type of braces you need, we need to look at a number of factors including:
- Extent of treatment
- Overbite severity or crooked tooth severity
- Potential extractions
- Potential jaw surgery
- Necessity of headgear or special appliances
- Financial considerations
- Length of treatment
- How long you will wear braces
- Treatment type
Most importantly, you should decide what option you desire the most. Ask yourself if you would feel embarrassed with metal in your mouth? Will you only straighten your teeth if Invisalign is used? Do you prefer ceramic? Or perhaps you don’t care, as long as your teeth are straightened?
When you need orthodontic procedures in Paris, Ontario, look no further than Smile City. We are the braces experts and we are pleased to offer you consultations in order to inform you of all your available options. We want to ensure that you choose what is best for you and your smile! Call us at Toll-Free 1 (844) 442-4452 to learn more about braces.