Our greatest goal is to give you a healthy, straight, beautiful smile. We understand that choosing to receive orthodontic care is a big decision, and we respect your reasons for wanting to improve the way you look and feel. Our practice will work with you every step of the way to make sure that your orthodontic care is as rewarding as possible.
Every smile starts with an initial consultation!
Your initial consultation will give you the opportunity to meet our team, learn more about orthodontics, receive a complete exam, and find out which treatment options best meet your needs. During your initial consultation, we will:
- Review your dental and medical history forms
- Provide a complete oral exam, with X-rays, to determine if treatment is necessary
- Perform a preliminary Invisalign Itero scan and simulation
- Help you create a customized treatment plan
- Discuss all financial information, insurance options, and payment plans
Please contact our practice to schedule your initial consultation.
What happens after the initial consultation?
You're one step closer to achieving the smile you've always wanted! After your consultation, we will schedule your first appointment to place or fit you for your new orthodontic appliance. When you're ready to begin treatment please contact our office and one of our friendly scheduling coordinators will assist you.
Our practice will work with you to make sure that your appointments are as convenient as possible. When scheduling appointments, please let us know what days and times work best for you. We understand that “life happens”. If you're running late or need to reschedule, please let us know and we will do everything we can to accommodate you.
We look forward to working with you.
Visiting the Dentist during Orthodontic Treatment
It is very important that you continue to visit your family dentist regularly during your orthodontic treatment for teeth cleanings and routine dental checkups. If extra dental care is necessary, we will be happy to coordinate with your family dentist to make sure that you receive the care you need.