The Right Age for a First Visit

Your child has had lots of “firsts”. First tooth, first steps, first words, first day of school. Now it is time for another first. The American Association of Orthodontists recommends a first visit to the orthodontist at age 7. Why age 7? At this age, the first set of permanent molars (the 6-year-old molars) have erupted. Most children have lost... read more »

The Virtual Assessment – Remotely Learn Your Options

Look in the mirror. What do you see? A smile you love or a smile you would love to change? If the answer is the latter, the traditional next step would be to call our office for a free initial exam. This remains a very good option, especially if you are ready to start your journey regardless of the orthodontic... read more »

Making You Smile, Keeping you Safe

We are in the business of creating smiles. In reality, our number one priority is keeping you safe and healthy while in our office. How do we do this? It’s a multi-step approach. We employed the services of top OSHA consultant, Jackie Dorst, to ensure we follow all OSHA and CDC requirements. We either dispose of or sterilize all of... read more »

A Resolution That Lasts!

The new year brings goals and resolutions, big and small. Unfortunately, most fizzle out weeks, days or even hours after the “ball” drops. By the end of the year, those goals and resolutions are often long forgotten. What if there was a goal you could easily act on NOW, and by year’s end you, everyone you know would see REAL... read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

You have a choice when it comes to orthodontic care for you or your child. We understand, and we work hard to treat you so well personally and professionally so you are comfortable referring your friends and family to us. Through our new blog as well as our website, we endeavor to share valuable information concerning orthodontics in general as... read more »