An array of options to meet your needs

Traditional Braces

Traditional braces can be used to correct a variety of problems ranging from crooked and crowded teeth to a misaligned bite and even jaw problems. By aligning your teeth with braces, you will also solve difficulties while eating, speech problems, and you will find it easier to keep your teeth clean.

While traditional braces have been around for many years, this does not mean that they have not evolved and improved. Today’s braces are smaller, sleeker, and more comfortable. Now that’s news you can smile about!

Traditional braces consist of individual metal brackets that are bonded to your teeth using a special adhesive. These brackets are then connected by an archwire. Braces require periodic adjustments or tightening to ensure that the applied pressure gradually straightens your teeth and aligns your jaw according to your treatment plan. While traditional braces remain the most popular option due to their tried and true nature, there are many other options available today that address specific needs.

Invisible Aligners

This type of appliance uses state-of-the-art technology in every step of the process. The process starts with designing your treatment plan using 3-D imaging technology. The models that are generated are then used to manufacture a custom set of aligners. You take the set of aligners home and every two weeks or so, you switch to a new aligner. As you move through the series of aligners, your teeth will slowly and comfortably shift until they reach their final new positions. We will ask most patients to come to our office for a progress-check, there are no adjustments with this treatment option. On average, patients complete their treatment in 9-15 months and have between 18 and 30 aligners in their set. However, these numbers will vary depending on the specifics of your diagnosis and treatment plan.
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Clear Brackets

Damon Clear is an innovative system that offers many advantages over both traditional braces and aligners. These braces are virtually invisible and therefore an aesthetic option that also offers fast and precise results that will keep you smiling. Damon Clear is part of the Damon System which combines tieless braces with high technology to offer outstanding results in less time than ever before.

Damon Clear takes the best of both worlds (traditional clear braces and invisible aligners) to deliver an aesthetically-pleasing experience with excellent results.

While you undergo treatment with Damon Clear, most people may not realize that you have braces. Unlike other “invisible braces”, Damon Clear does not have any visible metal components or elastic ties that can turn yellow during treatment. Damon Clear braces are the clear winner in the invisible braces department thanks to their level of discretion and material that is resistant to staining and discoloration.


Once your braces are removed or you complete your clear aligner treatment, you are not exactly done with your journey. The retention stage will now begin to keep your teeth from reverting to their original positions. The retention phase typically lasts for 24 months or more.

Removable Retainers
We offer clear and removable wrap-around retainers. Please treat your retainers with care because they are fragile and costly to replace. You will be given a case to store your retainer. Our advice is to keep your retainer in the case whenever you are not wearing it. To keep your retainer clean, brush it with toothpaste and soak it in a denture cleaner once every couple of weeks using room temperature water.

To ensure that you can keep your newly straightened teeth in their place, we recommend wearing your retainer at all times except when eating and brushing your teeth. You should also remove your retainer if while participating in any sport that requires you to wear a mouthguard and while swimming. After 12 months of wearing your retainer 24/7, we will evaluate revising your retention routine and possibly switch you to wearing your retainer only at night. Remember that your compliance during the retention phase can make or break the success of your final results.