Smile With All Your Heart
Paul Ian Guillermo believes that you should smile with all your heart when you are happy, but if you avoid smiling because you have gaps between your teeth, then it is time to visit an orthodontist. It is difficult to be happy about your smile when your teeth are misaligned because having a bad bite can lead to having pain in the joints of your jaw. Fortunately, it is possible to fix your malocclusions with the right orthodontic treatment. If you are the parent of a young son or daughter, then take your child to an orthodontic facility for an examination.
You Might Need Orthodontic Treatment For Your Teeth
When your child has a major misalignment of her teeth, then an orthodontist will recommend wearing braces for two to four years. Today, it is possible to wear ceramic or lingual devices that are barely noticeable inside the mouth, making it easier to smile without anyone seeing the brackets or wires. Alternatively, you might have only one or two teeth that are crooked, and you are able to wear Invisalign aligners for your minor malocclusions. This type of orthodontic treatment requires six months to one year to complete.
Schedule an Appointment Today
To learn more about orthodontic treatment, contact McDermott Orthodontics in Minnesota to schedule an appointment. Dr. Michael McDermott offers free consultations at several locations, including:
• Delano – 763-972-4444
• Pequot Lakes – 218-568-5600
• Brainerd – 218-829-1630
• Baxter – 218-829-1630
Our orthodontist has been providing examinations to adults, teenagers, and children for over 15 years, using these devices:
• Damon System – made with self-ligating brackets
• Ceramic Braces – color-matching brackets
• Invisalign – aligners made from durable clear plastic
At our orthodontic office, patients are fitted with aligners after we use the iTero scanner to create molds. Our patients can also request an Acceledent Aura device to use at home to reduce their treatment time. Call us today to schedule your free consultation at McDermott Orthodontics.