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At what age can you receive orthodontic treatment?

Posted on January 2, 2018

Most agree that age seven is a good target for an orthodontic evaluation. Typically, the child is in the midst of a growth process. Starting earlier allows your orthodontist to take advantage of this process by moving teeth and creating more space in the mouth in less time than it may take to do so… Read more »


Adult Orthodontic Treatment

Posted on December 15, 2017

Adult Orthodontic Treatment Means It’s Never Too Late to Get a Beautiful Smile Today, we are benefiting from a great many changes in options and treatment plans for adults that are much more comfortable and feature much more inconspicuous appliances that others are less likely to notice. More and more adults are seeing the benefits… Read more »


When Earlier Treatment Is Better

Posted on November 15, 2017

For many of our patients, we recommend treatment around ages 11-14, when all of the baby teeth are gone and many of the permanent teeth are in place. Sometimes there are conditions that are easier to treat when detected early as mentioned above during the initial evaluation at around 7 years of age. Your child’s… Read more »


What Kind of Bite Problems Can Orthodontic Treatment Correct?

Posted on November 1, 2017

A lot of our patients come to us because they’ve started noticing some bite problems. Usually around age seven we start to get our first patients. Truly, the sooner the better as left untreated minor bite problems could cause significant problems later in life. Some can even be life threatening! Some of the most common… Read more »


Invisalign for Teens

Posted on November 1, 2017

We’re living in the 21st century, and yet for many years teens only had the “metal mouth” option when it came to getting their teeth straightened. But now all that has changed! Today your orthodontist can offer your teen something really AWESOME! A system of clear, removable aligners made especially for teens called Invisalign Teen®!… Read more »


Orthodontics Treatments for Adults – The Change of a Lifetime

Posted on October 20, 2017

Orthodontic Treatments for Adults Orthodontic treatment isn’t just for kids anymore. If you’re not as proud of your smile as you’d like to be, orthodontic treatment can help – and thanks to advancements in technology and treatment methods, getting a new smile is easier, faster, and more convenient than ever before. The days of clunky,… Read more »


The Orthodontic Treatment Process for Teens

Posted on October 20, 2017

For many teens, braces are a rite of passage: They’re one more example of the changes adolescents go through at this time — along with growth in stature, edgier tastes in clothes and music, and an increasing degree of self-awareness. However, is there any particular reason why orthodontic appliances and teenagers seem to go together?… Read more »


Early Orthodontic Treatment

Posted on October 20, 2017

The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that children see an orthodontist by age 7. This age is chosen because most children have their upper and lower front teeth as well as their first permanent molars (6 year molars). While most children do not need treatment at age 7, it is important to identify dental and… Read more »


How Does Orthodontics Work?

Posted on October 20, 2017

Everybody loves having straight teeth and a beautiful smile. It’s how we present ourselves to the world. More than for social reasons, straight teeth and an aligned jaw are especially important for the overall health of your mouth. Our goal at Silver Smiles Orthodontics is to assure optimum health for our patients by correcting the… Read more »


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Your smile’s waited long enough.

No one knows smiles like the orthodontists at Silver Smiles. If you’re ready to get a smile that makes you want to smile, you’ve found the right solution at Silver Smiles Orthodontics.

If you’re in need of general dental work like cavity repair, teeth cleaning, caps, crowns or veneers, give us a call and we’ll be happy to refer you to an outstanding general dentist in your area.