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Straighten Your Way, Every Day

When you think of a beautiful smile, you probably picture perfectly straight teeth. However, there’s more than cosmetic reasons to straighten your teeth. Crooked or overcrowded teeth are harder to brush and floss properly, which can lead to disease and decay. Also, misaligned teeth may cause an improper bite, inhibiting your ability to chew or speak properly, and even causing excess wear on your enamel. A better bite means better oral health and a better smile! K Dental offers a variety of orthodontic services to both children and adults, from traditional metal braces to Invisalign clear aligners.

Orthodontics for Children

At K Dental, we believe that early orthodontic intervention can be beneficial to the future of a child’s oral health. By guiding the teeth to erupt in the correct alignment from the start, we set your child on a path to excellent oral health, and limit further orthodontic treatment in the future.

Dr. K and our team also evaluate a child’s airway in relation to jaw and tooth development, as early diagnosis of airway dysfunction can make the difference in a child’s sleep patterns right through adulthood. Orthodontic treatment can help positively adjust the child’s airway, leading to healthier, more efficient breathing.

Adult Orthodontics

It’s becoming increasingly popular for adults to use orthodontics to correct their smiles for a variety of reasons. If you’re considering straightening your teeth, check out the ways K Dental can help.

  • Invisalign – These clear aligners are custom fitted through computer technology and come in a complete series, which gradually realigns your teeth over a period of time. They are made of plastic, which is almost undetectable. No one will notice you are straightening!
  • Traditional Metal Braces – Crafted from high quality stainless steel, our metal braces are smaller than their predecessors, and are typically more comfortable. They are available for either adults or children. Metal braces allow a greater range of treatment, and are suitable for complex orthodontic issues.

TMJ Treatment

If you suffer from Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, orthodontic treatments may give you some much needed relief. From orthodontic appliances to braces, straightening your teeth and finding the appropriate position for your jaw and teeth can treat the discomfort of TMJ.