When is the Best Time to See an Orthodontist?

Even when happy, some people resist smiling or they cover their mouth with their hand. Their crooked teeth embarrass them. The top reason for seeing an orthodontist is to treat malocclusion or a "bad bite."
Orthodontists are dentists who have attended four years of dental school and two to three more years of specialized training in orthodontics. Dr. Stevenson realigns crooked teeth into straight, healthy smiles planning the treatment that considers how the patient will look when the braces or aligners are completed, as well as, how that patient will look into their 50's and beyond. He treats the whole face as he plans where the teeth should move to create a full, beautiful smile using the Damon Brace System or Invisalign.
The American Association of Orthodontists and Dr. Stevenson recommend that children see an orthodontist no later than age 7, even if there are no issues. The teeth and jaw are still developing and it is best to catch issues early. The typical age for adult patients is 26 to 44 years old. Dr. Stevenson has treated patients in their 60's and 70's. You are never to old for Damon Braces or Invisalign!
Our consultation exams and growth and development checks are complimentary. We will bill your insurance for you and offer flexible interest-free financial arrangements suited to each patients needs. We offer family discounts and special promotions found on our website at www.braceyoursmile.com. Our practice is open to patients of all ages. Hope to see you soon!


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