Braces for Orthodontic treatment, also known as Conventional Braces is an appliance for Teeth Straightening. All Kids, Young Adults and Adults undergo this Orthodontic procedure. Orthodontics is the branch of Dentistry that corrects improperly positioned Teeth and Jaws.

While braces are more commonly used with children and teens, many adults also choose them.  For more information about braces, give us a call. We love helping people with their smiles.

Gone are the days of routinely extracting teeth for the correction of orthodontic crowding.  Today’s orthodontic treatment philosophies involve using arch development appliances to create space for crowded teeth.  Yes, extracting permanent teeth is still sometimes necessary for certain cases, but it is definitely not the norm and only done when absolutely necessary.

Traditional Braces

Beyond their traditional color, the only thing traditional about these braces is that you can see them. Contemporary braces are made of super strong metal alloys derived from the space program. Their strength allows them to be the smallest of all braces and therefore the most comfortable. Their density makes them ultra slippery so teeth move faster than they ever have before. Today’s braces, in combination with other high tech materials mean fewer office visits to complete treatment.

Clear Braces

Ceramic braces utilize less noticeable brackets for patients concerned about aesthetic appearances. Ceramic brackets are translucent, so they blend in with your natural tooth color. This means that unlike traditional stainless steel braces, with ceramic braces your smile will not look ‘metallic.’ In addition, ceramic brackets are designed so that they won’t stain or discolor over long periods of time. Dr Reese can let you know if you are a candidate for ceramic braces.

Why do I need Braces?

Crooked Teeth and Teeth that do not fit together correctly are harder to keep clean. They are at risk of early Tooth loss due to Tooth decay and Periodontal disease. This Teeth arrangement cause extra stress on the chewing muscles. The Stress leads to headaches, TMJ syndrome and neck, shoulder and back pain.

Crooked Teeth or Teeth not in the right place can also detract from one’s appearance. The Importance of Beautiful, Straight Teeth in your face is associated with numerous positive qualities.

How to straighten teeth is a question in the minds of Adults who missed Orthodontic treatment in their early ages.