Braces At Guildford Town Centre Ortho
We realize there are many places you could choose for your ortho treatment, here are a few reasons you will want to consider our team at Guildford Town Centre Ortho.
Braces are for anyone of any age, and there are options for each age group. It’s never too late to start.
Why Should You Get Braces At Guildford Town Centre Ortho?
- How long have they been doing this for?
- Am I having my ortho treatment done by an experienced orthodontist?
- Do they offer financing to make this more affordable for me?
You’re already in a good place if you’re considering us for your treatment.
Over 19 Years Of Experience
We have been operating in Guildford Mall for a long time, and our primary orthodontist, Dr. Richard Standerwick has over 19 years of orthodontic experience.
Certified Orthodontic Specialists
We have Certified Orthodontic Specialists here at Guildford Town Centre Ortho, which are specially trained Dentists that focus on straightening crooked teeth, fixing overbites and underbites, and correctly aligning jaws. Not only are our Orthodontists highly rated, but they are also family-oriented and ready to serve the members of this community.
Financing & Insurance
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Braces For All Ages
You may be wondering how long your treatment is going to take, and that depends on your case, as every patient is different. The average treatment time ranges from 12-24 months, and after the consultation, your orthodontic specialist will create a treatment plan tailored to your needs.
Braces For Adults
The number of adults choosing to improve their dental health and smile is increasing everyday- over 25% of Canadians undergoing orthodontic treatment are adults!
It’s never too late, because a healthy, straight smile has no age limit. It can do wonders for your confidence, and it’s no surprise that more and more adults are now opting for orthodontic treatment. When you put your best foot forward, the world smiles with you. We offer a variety of different treatment options to help you achieve your smile, and we’d love to talk with you to pick the best one for you.
Braces For Teens
If you’ve gone for the Two-Phase treatment option, the first phase should already be done by this time. The great thing about that is, you’ve already got an edge on your treatment time! Phase II is where traditional orthodontic treatment normally begins, but because you already went through the first phase, your time in Phase II is typically shorter, which means you can expect a reduced time spent wearing braces.
Early Orthodontics – Two-Phase Treatment For Children
Starting earlier can help young patients with their developing teeth by creating more space and can sometimes turn more complex cases that would normally involve extraction into an easier expansion case instead. Phase I treatment lays the foundation for Phase II, and because of this head start, it can sometimes reduce the time required in Phase II treatment.
Types Of Braces
Braces straighten teeth through a series of metal brackets placed on each tooth, with a wire connecting them. By exerting pressure and force on the teeth, braces shift the position of the teeth over time. There are two main types of these kind of braces, traditional braces and self-ligating braces. Traditional braces use elastic bands to hold the wire to the brackets, while with self-ligating braces, the wire connects directly to the bracket with no elastics necessary.
But the most important thing about In-Ovation braces is the treatment is often faster than traditional methods while also being more comfortable. This innovation is something we can all clap for!
Incognito Lingual Braces
Instead of putting the brackets on the front of the teeth as with traditional braces, the brackets are fixed to the back of them. So imagine all the benefits of traditional braces, except they are applied behind the teeth by your orthodontic specialist through a special procedure, thus making them completely unseen.
These braces are also known by other names such as lingual or nano braces, but they are similar in design and purpose.
Incognito braces are recommended for anyone older than 13 years, but you must consult with your orthodontic specialist to determine their suitability for you.
Caring and maintenance for Incognito braces are much the same as if you had traditional braces, and it is important that you avoid foods that can get caught or stuck in between the braces or wire, and brush and floss regularly.