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Two-Phase Treatment

Problem: Certain orthodontic and/or growth problems exist and need to be addressed.
Solution: Phase I treatment creates more room, more space, and an environment to get all the remaining permanent teeth in. Phase II treatment involves a full set of braces and elastic wear for propper bite correction.

Crooked or Crowded Teeth Treatment

Problem: Crooked teeth, little to no room between the teeth, or teeth that have erupted behind other teeth.
Solution: Braces or function appliances to move teeth to their proper positions. 

Spacing Treatment

Problem: Gaps or spaces between the teeth.
Solution: Braces or aligners to close the spacing between teeth.

Overjet and Deep Bite Treatment

Problem: Top teeth overlap the bottom teeth.
Solution: Braces and function appliances to move teeth and jaw to their proper positions.

Crossbite Treatment

Problem: The upper teeth fit inside the lower teeth in the front or in the back.
Solution: Braces and function appliances to move teeth and jaw to their proper positions.

Openbite Treatment

Problem: The back teeth touch but there is a space or gap between the upper and lower teeth in the front.
Solution: Braces and function appliances to move teeth and jaw to their proper positions.

Extracting Teeth Treatment

Problem: Moderate to severe crowding, protrusion of teeth, and necessary bite correction.
Solution: Extraction of teeth to achieve a healthy bite and straight smile.

Missing Teeth Treatment

Problem: Missing a tooth because it never developed from birth (congenitally missing), or a loss of teeth due to extractions.
Solution: Braces and function appliances to move teeth and jaw to their proper positions, in addition to implants or bridges if necessary.

Impacted Tooth or Teeth Treatment

Problem: Permanent tooth has not successfully erupted into the mouth.
Solution: Oral surgery, braces, or appliances to guide the tooth into its proper position.

Surgical Jaw Correction Treatment

Problem: Functional and aesthetic problems due to underlying skeletal deformities that cannot be corrected by orthodontic tooth movement alone. Solution: A collective effort between your orthodontist and oral surgeon will be made for the type of treatment that best suits your needs.

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