How Adult Orthodontics Can Benefit You
It's never too late to fix orthodontic problems that you've had since childhood. The following are some of the advantages of adult orthodontics:
- Faster treatment time than former orthodontic techniques
- Correction of lifetime dental issues
- More discreet treatment methods
- Increased confidence and self-esteem
What Can I Expect with Adult Orthodontics?
Although manipulating an adult's fully grown jawbone presents certain hurdles as compared to a child's more pliable jawbone, state-of-the-art technologies allow us to repair crooked teeth in adults with exceptional effectiveness. If you want your orthodontic treatment to be more inconspicuous, we have ceramic clear braces, concealed lingual braces, and Invisalign transparent, removable aligners. We use the most up-to-date dental braces, such as InBrace and KLOwen Braces. We can design your perfect smile using this software system, then manufacture custom brackets and precision wiring to correct your bite in less time. We can reduce the time it takes to see obvious benefits while still allowing you to live your life normally using these strategies. To establish your candidacy for certain procedures, Dr. Hardy will visit with you for an oral examination and orthodontic consultation. Before teeth may be straightened, oral health issues such as periodontal (gum) disease must be corrected. We are confident that one of our adult orthodontic treatments will meet your needs and help you attain the beautiful smile you have always desired at Taft Hill Orthodontics. We are near Greeley, CO.
Why Should I Choose Taft Hill Orthodontics?
Finding a qualified, reputed orthodontist, who is also near Greeley, CO or around the area, is critical to achieving orthodontic success. Though regular dentists can provide orthodontic services, an orthodontic clinic specializes in the field and has the knowledge and experience to achieve outcomes that not only meet but surpass your expectations. Dr. Hardy acquired his specialty degree in orthodontics through post-graduate schooling and training, during which he concentrated on misaligned teeth, restoring occlusion, and treating jaw issues for an additional year. Orthodontists spend 2-3 years more training in a specialized orthodontic residency program than ordinary dentists and devote 100% of their practice and further education to orthodontic care.
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