Braces For Kids

7 is a special birthday.

Happy birthday to you! Once your child turns 7, The American Association of Orthodontists recommends your kids visit an orthodontist. And although treatment may not actually be necessary at this age, we can identify what may be needed in the future and can anticipate when to begin to get the best results. Visiting an orthodontist early allows us to guide your child’s teeth so that serious problems can be avoided.

To make it as much fun for the kids we treat, our staff goes above and beyond to make everyone feel comfortable and happy.

Braces For Teens

A smile made for selfies.

Let’s be real. Typically, teens don’t want to get braces. In fact, many dread it. But we want change that. We want make the orthodontic experience fun and rewarding because we’re truly invested in the overall wellbeing of everyone we treat. After all, helping teens feel more confident is why we do what we do.

At Tri-City, every member of our team takes the time to really get to know your teen; to understand what their interests are, as well as their individual wants and needs. We also ensure that your teen understands the treatment process so that they can take an active role in making the best decisions regarding their care.

And because we have multiple types of braces for teens to consider, including clear braces and Invisalign Teen®, you can bet they’ll be smiling from ear to ear when they leave our office.

Braces for Adults

Age is just a number.

If you thought braces were only for kids, think again. Orthodontic treatment is for everyone. In fact, more than 20% of people with braces are over the age of 21. And, with treatment options like Invisalign and clear braces, you can feel more confident during your treatment than ever before.

Some adults we treat never had braces when they were younger, and some simply may not have taken the best care of their braces or worn their retainers. Whatever the reason, getting orthodontic treatment as an adult can dramatically improve your appearance and self-esteem. Not to mention, crooked teeth and a bad bite can contribute to gum and bone losses, tooth decay, abnormal wear of the tooth enamel and surfaces, headaches and jaw joint pain. So, stop wishing you had a better smile and schedule your free appointment today to get one.

Let’s get Smiling.

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