- Ensures proper function of the mouth and jaw joints
- Enhances facial appearance through improved balance and symmetry of upper and lower jaws
- Helps prevent gum disease due to simplified oral hygiene (It is much easier to take care of straight rather than crowed teeth)
- Boosts self-image of patients who suffer from poor bite
ADA (American Dental Association) recommends that all children should be screened for orthodontic problems by the age of 7.
The recent advance in the world of orthodontics makes it possible to offer more choices in terms of braces types. While metal braces are still the standard of care, the clear braces become more popular among the patients.
Timing of orthodontic care is critical and some patients need to be treated sooner than others.
Call (303) 526-1956 today to schedule a free consultation to find out if braces are right for you.