Touch someone’s life with a Smile
Has someone’s smile ever brightened your day? Maybe it made you feel good, or you appreciated the encouragement. Whatever the reason is, a lovely smile can transform lives by making us feel valued. Is your smile encouraging other people? Maximize the effect of your smile by ensuring it is in the best possible condition. If you are looking for Delano orthodontist, McDermott Orthodontics can help you make the most out of your natural smile.
Whiten Your Enamel
If your teeth are yellow, stained, or dull, your orthodontist can recommend some key changes in your diet. A whiter smile makes a person look young and healthy. It also makes a person feel more confident about his or her appearance.
Straighten Your Teeth
Teeth that are crooked, tilted, or uneven, or those that have not erupted properly from the gums may need help from an orthodontist. For example, an orthodontist can provide an evaluation of a patient’s dental condition along with an estimate of the recommended work to address the problems. X-rays, visual exams, and perhaps a dentist’s referral can help the orthodontist to complete a diagnosis and treatment plan.
Fill Gaps in the Gum Line
Missing teeth or those that are in the wrong positions can be moved to their correct location through an orthodontic treatment. An orthodontist can address problems like these. Professional treatment will help the teeth to line up correctly and evenly so that they look normal and become more functional.
Get the smile you’ve always dreamed of by consulting with a professional who can help. Then make the people around you happy when you share your beautiful smile following treatment. The time and effort are worth it, because your smile can touch someone’s life. Contact McDermott Orthodontics now for a complimentary consultation!
708 Elm Ave E
Delano, MN 55328
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.