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About Denver, CO Orthodontist


Orthodontic Care in Denver, CO

When it comes to orthodontic care patients of all ages can benefit. While orthodontics is often associated with teenagers, more and more adults are seeking orthodontic treatment to achieve their ideal smile. We are proud to offer orthodontic services starting at the age of 7. Our team is committed to providing each patient with the individualized care and attention they deserve with a treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs and individualized goals.

Types of Orthodontic Treatment We Offer

Invisalign

Invisalign is a type of clear aligner that uses a series of custom-made, nearly invisible trays to gradually shift your teeth into the desired position. They are much less noticeable than traditional metal braces due to their clear nature. In addition, they can be removed for eating and cleaning, so you don’t have to worry about food getting stuck in your braces or difficult brushing and flossing. We are excited to be a top 1% Invisalign provider due to our excellent and efficient patient care.

Orthodontic Retainers

Retainers are used to keep teeth in their new position after orthodontic treatment. Retainers need to be worn as directed by your orthodontist. There are several types of retainers both removable and fixed.

Early Orthodontic Treatment and Intervention

Early orthodontic treatment, also known as pediatric orthodontics, is treatment started before all permanent teeth have come in. Early treatment may be recommended when your child’s dentist or orthodontist identifies potential problems with the way the teeth and jaws are developing. The goal of early treatment is to intercept potential problems and guide the eruption of the permanent teeth into a more favorable position. Early treatment does not always mean that your child will need braces. In some cases, it may simply involve monitoring by your child’s orthodontist to ensure that no problems develop.

Testimonials and Comments from Our Patients

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