Orthodontics in Red Bank
Straighten your teeth with braces or clear aligners at Office Name.
Do you have crooked or misaligned teeth but think orthodontics take too long or are too expensive? There may be a system that’s right for you with traditional metal braces, removable aligner trays, or other dental appliances.
Our treatments are designed with you and your goals in mind to bring you a comfortable, affordable, and convenient way to straighten your teeth. Our orthodontist may even be able to diagnose and prevent dental irregularities if caught early.
We help children, teens, and adults achieve their best smiles.
Office Name will help you find the best way to straighten your teeth.
After a consultation at Office Name in Red Bank, we’ll craft an orthodontic plan for your needs.
We’ll complete an exam and scan of your teeth and discuss your smile goals at the initial consultation. All of your questions will be answered so that you know exactly what to expect.
You’ll come in for your first fitting. If this is for traditional braces, the braces are adhered to the teeth. If this is for clear aligners, you’ll receive the first set of trays, and the orthodontist will check for comfort and fit.
The braces or aligners gradually shift teeth into their new position. Follow the instructions you discussed with the orthodontist, and soon you’ll be enjoying a more beautiful smile with straight teeth.
Take the first step and schedule a consultation to find out which orthodontic treatments are right for you.
What is orthodontics in dentistry?
Orthodontics in dentistry is a specialty that helps diagnose, prevent, and correct a misaligned bite, jaw, and/or teeth.
Dental irregularities are treated with dental appliances to gradually shift teeth into a better position.
There are a wide variety of orthodontic treatments depending on the problem. These include
- Braces or aligners
- Palatal expanders
- Jaw positioning appliances
- Space maintainers
- Lip and cheek bumpers
- And more
What is the difference between a dentist and an orthodontist?
The difference between a dentist and an orthodontist is that an orthodontist is a specialist in orthodontic treatments.
In addition to attending dental school, an orthodontist has additional education and training for correcting the alignment of the teeth and jaws.
What is a full orthodontic treatment?
A full orthodontic treatment includes the upper and lower arch. In this case, the top and bottom arches are both treated to achieve a proper alignment and occlusion (bite).
On the other hand, a partial orthodontic treatment typically involves less work and time because the entire mouth isn’t treated.
Each orthodontic case is unique, and your orthodontist will recommend the best treatment to achieve your straighter smile.
Do orthodontists only do braces?
No, orthodontists do more than braces.
While metal braces come to mind when most people think of the word “orthodontist,” there are other procedures that orthodontists provide. These include clear aligners, retainers, and other oral appliances to help reposition the jaw and teeth.
What is the best orthodontic treatment?
The best orthodontic treatment depends on each person. Factors to consider for your specific orthodontic treatment include severity of case, time, and budget.
If you have a bad bite or crooked teeth, please schedule a consultation with Office Name in Red Bank to find the best solution for your needs.