We Can Straighten Your Teeth and Bring Out Your Beautiful Smile with Braces or Invisalign


Get The Smile You Always Wanted
with Braces or Invisalign

A great-looking smile can boost your self-confidence and have a positive impact on social and professional opportunities. For this reason, we don’t just recommend orthodontics for children and teens, but have several options which are also very well suited to adults seeking to correct their teeth alignment and create a better smile.

Properly aligned teeth help you to bite, chew and even speak more effectively. They are also easier to clean, which helps keep your mouth free of tooth decay and gum disease. The amazing thing about orthodontics is that it harnesses the body’s natural ability to remodel its own tissue. With the application of light, constant force, orthodontic appliances gently reshape bone and move teeth into better positions.

Orthodontics For Children and Teens

Having orthodontic treatment in childhood is ideal in order to take advantage of a youngster’s natural growth processes to help move the teeth into proper alignment. Like the rest of the body, the teeth and jaws are now changing rapidly. So at this time it’s possible (for example) to create more room for teeth in a crowded mouth by using a “palatal expander” to rapidly widen the upper jaw. This phase of growth modification can shorten overall treatment time and ensure the best result if additional orthodontic appliances are needed

Orthodontics For Adults

healthy teeth can be moved at any age, so you’ve never “missed the boat” for orthodontic treatment. In fact, about one in five of today’s orthodontic patients is an adult. Several new technological developments — including tooth-colored ceramic braces, clear aligners and invisible lingual braces — have made orthodontic appliances less evident, and enhanced the treatment experience for grown-ups. Before treatment, adults are carefully examined for signs of periodontal (gum) disease, which will be brought under control before treatment begins.

Get Straight Teeth and Bring our your beautiful Smile!

with Braces and Invisalign Options for Children and Adults.

When you imagine someone wearing braces, you probably picture small metal brackets bonded to the front of the teeth, with a thin wire running through them. This time-tested style remains very popular — but it’s no longer the only option. Clear braces use brackets made of ceramic or plastic which, except for the slim archwire, are hardly visible. Lingual braces are just like traditional metal braces — except they’re bonded to the back of your teeth (the tongue side) so that no one can see them.

Clear Aligners & Invisalign

Clear aligners are discreet (near invisible) easy to maintain and keep up with your oral hygiene because you can simply pop the aligners out before you eat and then pop them back in!  Most adults prefer this option but it also becoming increasingly popular with Children and Teens, mostly because they don’t have to avoid their favourite foods as they would with traditional or lingual braces.

Traditional Braces
Ceramic or Metal

Traditional braces are affixed to the front of the teeth and are visible when you smile.  While typically less expensive than either Invisalign or Lingual braces, they require that the patient maintain excellent oral health routines to ensure that food particles don’t get stuck between the brackets and wire and also that you avoid crunchy or sticky foods.

Lingual Braces

The key advantage to Lingual braces is the appliance is affixed to the inside of the teeth, making them near impossible to see.  While not as convenient as Invisalign (you still have to watch what you eat!) they are an excellent way to achieve that perfect smile while hiding the braces for aesthetic reasons.

Retention & Post Orthodontic Care

Once your orthodontic treatment is completed, it’s extremely important to wear a retainer as directed. That’s because teeth naturally tend to drift back to their original locations — which is the last thing you want after you’ve gone to the trouble of straightening them! Wearing a retainer holds your teeth in their new position long enough for new bone and ligament to re-form around them, and helps keep your gorgeous new smile looking good for a lifetime.