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More adults are completing orthodontic treatment than ever before.  Whether for cosmetic reasons or to improve their overall dental health, adult patients account for almost 20 percent of all orthodontic patients.  Contact us to find out how you can start on your way to your new smile.

Common problems corrected by adult orthodontic treatment:

  • Crowding or spacing of teeth

  • Teeth that naturally don’t fit together

  • Jaw pain or pressure caused from crowded or crooked teeth

  • The desire for a straighter smile and more confidence

Types of orthodontic treatments available to adults:

We understand that your life is busy and you may not look forward to a lengthy treatment process that includes metal braces.  We don’t want this to keep you from the smile that you deserve, however.  We offer several other options for our Adult patients that can help tailor your treatment to your lifestyle, while still achieving excellent results.  Ask Dr. Rohani if one of these treatment options are right for you:

  • Invisalign clear aligners

  • Clear Braces

  • Ceramic Braces

  • Self-ligating braces

  • Traditional metal braces

Benefits of adult orthodontic treatment:

There are many reasons why our adult patients start their orthodontic treatment. Whether you are completing treatment that was not finished when you were a teen, or you are starting treatment for the first time, you can look forward to the benefits that come with a straighter smile.  Some of these benefits include:

  • A Healthier mouth – When your teeth are properly aligned and positioned, it is easier to keep them clean.  Bits of food and bacteria can gather in the nooks and crannies caused by crowding or crooked teeth.  It is much easier to brush and floss your teeth after your orthodontic treatment has been completed.

  • Greater Confidence – A beautiful smile is something to be proud of and you will want to share it with the world.  It is amazing the difference you will see when you share your new smile with the world.

  • Avoid further complications later in life – If you leave your condition untreated, it can get worse and lead to worn down or missing teeth, bone loss and gum disease. 


If you’re wondering if orthodontic treatment is the best option for your child,  your first step is to start with a free in-person consultation exam.

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