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Chuck Palahniuk believes that after you hold a smile for several minutes, it just becomes teeth. If you avoid smiling because you have poorly spaced teeth, then it is possible to visit an orthodontist for an evaluation. The best time for someone to get their teeth straightened is at a young age, but adults can also undergo orthodontic treatment. Many adults have only minor malocclusions that are easy to repair in a year or less with Invisalign aligners. When you are able to wear aligners to fix your teeth, you will receive 20 to 25 sets of the devices. You are supposed to wear each set of aligners for two weeks before throwing the items away in order to wear the next set in the series.
You Can Smile Easily While Undergoing Orthodontic Treatment
Alternatively, you or your child might have seriously misaligned teeth that require braces. Today, orthodontic treatment with brackets and wires is faster than a few years ago because the devices are designed using specialized computer software. In addition, you can choose to wear brackets on the backs of your teeth. You won’t feel embarrassed about smiling while you are wearing braces or aligners because the items are not as noticeable as the devices from long ago.
Providing Free Consultations
At McDermott Orthodontics in Baxter, Minn., Dr. Michael McDermott offers a variety of treatments for adults, teenagers, and children. Here are some of the treatments we provide:
• Braces – Damon System, metal, ceramic and lingual
• Aligners – clear plastic devices from Invisalign
• Retainers – to keep teeth in position after treatment
We make it easy to schedule an appointment by having four locations to choose from, including:
• Delano – 763-972-4444
• Pequot Lakes – 218-568-5600
• Brainerd – 218-829-1630
• Baxter – 218-829-1630
Call us today to learn more about a free consultation with our orthodontist.
Call us today to schedule your free consultation at McDermott Orthodontics.
708 Elm Ave. E.
Dr. Michael McDermott earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in both Chemistry and Biology from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. He followed his undergraduate degrees with a doctorate in dental surgery at the University of Minnesota, where he graduated with highest distinction.
Dr. Mike then furthered his dental education by earning a masters and certificate in Orthodontics at the University of St. Louis in Missouri.