• Malocclusions

    Malocclusions are normally classified into three categories based on how sets of teeth such as molars (usually the lower and upper) relate to one another. This includes how your teeth align from back to front. The classifications are: Class I malocclusions: Dental arches may be creating too much space

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  • Orthodontics for Children

    Malocclusions are fairly common in children (as well as adults). While some malocclusions are so minor that no treatment would provide a demonstrable benefit, serious malocclusions may require intervention in the form of appliances such as braces. For this reason, regular dental checkups are critical

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  • Benefits of Treatment

    Orthodontic treatment can help people of all ages. It's fairly easy to re-position teeth if they are healthy and you do not have serious problems with your gums.   Here are just a few of the many benefits of orthodontic treatment: Permanent teeth can be gradually guided into proper alignment

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  • Orthodontic Treatment for Adults

    While their teeth and jaws are not as easily manipulated as children’s, adults derive tremendous benefits from orthodontic treatment. Common problems with adults that may be corrected by orthodontia include tooth loss and degradation of the structures (jaw bones) that support the teeth. Adult tooth

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  • Orthodontic Surgery

    In some cases, especially with adults, orthognathic surgery may be needed to do such things as reconstructing jaws or jawbones. Such surgery is typically performed in tandem with orthodontic treatment such as braces. Jaw surgery, usually performed by maxillofacial or oral surgeons, involves cutting and

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